The spark is finally returning to the time-worn neighbourhoods of #ipoh. For too long, the capital of #perak state was considered a faded has been of a city #malaysia
But restorations are in full swing, especially in the streets of #oldtown, and Ipoh’s coffeehouses with delicious foods and heritage houses are staging a long overdue comeback.
This time, my mother lived in a Malaysian style home.
Malaysians like to live in this small house with a yard. The front and back of the house are hung or placed in jars filled with various colors of flowers and the beautiful colors of the houses. The
house structure looks simple, but keeps each room cool and ventilated, with a cloister at the individual turns. The house is a modern material, but the decorations inside are antique and very harmonious with the atmosphere of the house.
The Ipoh Old Street is located on the west bank of the Old River in the old town. It was a mining town in the early days. Since the early 19th century, more and more British tin mining companies have set up their subsidiaries here. Since then, Ipoh has become more and more The more important. Many influential institutions, such as Standard Chartered Bank, Australia also opened an office in Ipoh. Due to the development of the tin mining industry, Ipoh has become one of the major cities in Malaysia. Here, visitors can see many old buildings with charms, taste authentic white coffee, and visit famous attractions such as train stations and city halls.