Ipoh Royal Club building was built in strategic located which was on top of a medium-high hill facing beautiful panoramas like Titiwangsa Ranges, Ipoh Padang and historical buildings in Old Town of Ipoh.
Founded in 1906 by a Hainanese immigrant, Cheam Tin Suan that had talent in cooking English meals. The restaurant located opposite of Ipoh Padang and athletes dropped at the bar as resting place and for unofficial activities clubs.
Paloh Khoo Miu Temple also known as Ipoh Chinese Tai Pak Koong Temple which means the Old Paloh Chinese Temple. It is said to be the oldest Chinese temple in Ipoh by the locals was the first temple that exists even before Ipoh got its name in Perak.
Featuring an imposing Italian Renaissance architecture, this 1907 building with a corner tower belonged to the Straits Trading Company, a major tin ore exporter. Strategically located in town, Straits Trading Company procured the mineral from tin miners in Kinta Valley
St. Michael Institution was one of the oldest school in Perak. It was an educational institution managed by a management board called Board of Gourmenents. This board were responsible of managing the welfare of the school.
Birch memorial tower which located beside The Mosque of Perak built in 1909 in memory of the first British President of Perak, J.W.W. Birch, who was assassinated in Pasir Salak in 1875 by followers of a local Malay chieftain, Dato’ Maharajalela.
Masjid Panglima Kinta was believed as the first mosque built in Ipoh. It was built on 45,000 square foot land and the mosque was built at 8,288 square foot. Located on the east bank of the Kinta river right after Hugh Low Bridge,
Completed in 1921, the jawi inscription on the marble foundation stones read “Build during the reign of DYMMM Paduka Seri Sultan Idris Mursyidul Al-Azam Shah by Orang Kaya-kaya Dato Seri Adika Diraja Wan Muhammad Saleh I.S.O. and his wife, Toh Puan Hajjah Sharifah Rodiah and Encik Mahmud bin Mohd Taib