Old shop houses in Ipoh old town. The thing that caught my attention - how the clothes hung out with the traditional way using bamboo sticks. You won't get to see this in big cities.
Kong Heng Cafe. Just a reminder for myself to visit this cafe in the future if I dropped by in Ipoh. I read somewhere they serve nice dessert custard pudding with caramel.
The energetic grandpa with the chubby grandchild.
Belachan and Burung. What comes to your mind when u see these two pictures? *Evil thought* Fried Belachan Bu..... Nah, erase the thought! The bird is too cute to be eaten. So, just let it be (Let it be, let it be.. let it be..) :P
The Ipoh Railway Station & The Ipoh Majestic Station Hotel with elements of Moorish architecture, built in 1917. The orange school bus buat kacau only.
The magnificent dome - done you think it resemble the shiny botak head? Mmmmmm... This is the so called "Taj Mahal of Ipoh"?
The ancient lift or elevator of yester-year in the Majestic Station Hotel, which is still in good shape and functioning. Take note of the confusing "Car Coming" button. (Lift = Car?)
There is a poster inside the elevator, with a poem as a gentle reminder to handle the elevator with great care :
All dearest boys & girls,St Michael Institution (SMI). Since this is one of the premier school in Ipoh which is established way back in 1912. Since passing by, no harm stopping by for few minutes to capture few shots.
I'm as antique as your grand grand-pa,
I move slow & react slow,
If u push/pull my door when u use me,
Then I will shock there & stop there.
The green-green tei D.R. Seenivasagam Park. Should I carve my initial on one of the tree trunks? Hahaha, nope... my hands are not so itchy :P