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Travelodge Ipoh

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 used to create the renowned Chinese herbal tea, along with documents such as original advertising papers handwritten by Mr Ho himself! For those with curious taste buds, you would be delighted to know that the museum also reveals the 20 ingredients that this magical tea comprises of, though unfortunately, there are still 5 remaining ingredients in the tea that will continue to be a mystery to us all. Another key feature of this museum is the vibrant and lively mural of Mr Ho selling his popular tea that colours the wall of the museum, which evokes nostalgia and amazement in the hearts of many.


Located at 1, Jalan Bijeh Timah, 30000 Ipoh, Negeri Perak, Malaysia, this museum is only 4.1km away from the hotel and will take 9 minutes to get there by car.