Located in the Square in front of the Ipoh Railway Station, the cenotaph was erected in memory of “ the men from the state of Perak who fell in the Great War 1914 – 1918 and to those died in 1939 – 1945 War”
The building was built in 1930 with Neo-Renaissance Victorian-style, surmounted with colossal Greek and Roman columns. The Perak River Hydro-Electric Power Company was established in London in 1926 with the objective to supply power to the tin mines and tin dredges in Kinta Valley.
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.
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