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Travelodge Ipoh

Experience the city, curated for your pleasure

Geology Museum

Don’t be fooled by its unremarkable exterior; inside, Ipoh’s Geology Museum is a modern museum, thoughtfully curated to present the histories and stories of the very foundation of Malaysia’s geographical make-up.   Comprising seven exhibit zones, each zone is a brilliant showcase of various historical natural objects, with in-depth information to really capture your attention and…

Funtasy House Trick Art

A place of vibrant colours, mind-boggling illusions and comical poses – fun and fantasy definitely comes to life at the Funtasy House Trick Art museum at Ipoh.   With more than 20 amazing hand painted murals, this art museum will definitely not disappoint.   The lighthearted and cheery atmosphere of the museum is guaranteed to keep you entertained as you create wacky…

Concubine Lane

With colourful shophouses, lanterns hanging atop the buildings and beautifully painted murals on the walls, Concubine Lane has become the place to visit – and Instagram – in Ipoh.   Rich in culture and heritage, this quaint and charming street is a place full of life. Consisting of the “Wife Lane”, “Concubine Lane” and “Second Concubine Lane”, Ipoh’s Old Town is guaranteed…

Han Chin Pet Soo

At Han Chin Pet Soo, where entry used to be exclusive to the Han Chin Tin Miners’ Club members only, the mystery that once revolved around this place has now been lifted as we are currently able to enter this fascinating building. For more than 80 years this was a haven to tin miners of Hakka descent; now, this building…

Ho Yan Hor Museum

Ho Yan Hor Museum honours the life story of Mr. Ho Kai Cheong, the founder of one of the most renowned Chinese Herbal Tea brands. Featuring Mr Ho Kai Cheong’s humble beginnings, this museum takes you on a journey to another era and reveal the story behind this affluent business all began.   The museum is decorated with charming artifacts…

Kellie Castle

Sitting atop a hill which used to be home to rubber manufacturers, the Kellie’s Castle was built by William Kellie Smith, who envisioned his home in Malaysia to be alike with his hometown in Scotland. The castle setting is located around a lush greenery, the well maintained castle has earned its name by being a popular attraction in Ipoh.…