Ipoh Old Town

You can’t visit Ipoh without exploring the heart of Ipoh, Ipoh Old Town! As more than one Ipoh attraction can be found here!

And usually within walking distance to somewhere serving delicious Ipoh food!

It’s not a bad idea to book a hotel in this area too! That way, you can take the time to explore all corners of Ipoh Old Town! We’ll cover all that and more as you’ll see in this post!

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Where Is Ipoh Old Town

Ipoh Old Town sits on the west side of the Kinta River which flows through Ipoh. With its British-colonial shop lots, it looks similar to the Penang’s Georgetown.

Ipoh Town Hall Seen From Across The Road (Fountain At Ipoh Train Station) At Night
Ipoh Town Hall Seen From Across The Road (Fountain At Ipoh Train Station) At Night – Photo by Travelswithsun

The area on the opposite bank at the east side of the river, is Ipoh New Town.

It’s possible to walk to both areas via two bridges:

One at Jalan Sultan Idris Shah and another at Jalan Sultan Iskandar.

Ipoh Train Station At Sunset
Ipoh Train Station At Sunset

Ipoh Old Town Vs New Town

Kinta River divides the historic center of Ipoh into Ipoh Old Town and New Town. Where Ipoh New Town is on the east side. There are interesting places to visit at both areas. Both have many mural art and local food spots. Most of the famous eateries are at Ipoh New Town while Ipoh Old Town has more historical buildings.

At a glance:

Attraction TypeIpoh Old TownIpoh New Town
HistoryKong Heng Square, Concubine Lane, Birch Memorial Clock Tower, Ipoh Padang, St. Michael’s Institution, Ipoh Train Station, Little India, Durbar (FMS)Panglima Kinta Mosque, St Michael’s Church, Hugh Low Bridge, Ipoh Central Market (now UTC Perak), Yik Foong Complex, Guan Yin Temple
FoodNam Heong White Coffee, Kedai Kopi Sin Yoon Loong    Lou Wong Chicken Rice, Foh San, Tong Sui Kai, Kedai Kopi Yong Suan, Funny Mountain Soya Beancurd, Ayam Garam Aun Kheng Lim
CafesPlan B, Aud’s Cafe, Patisserie BoutiQue  Jln Theatre Coffee  
Art, Museums And MoreFuntasy House Trick Art, Ho Yan Hor Museum, Han Chin Pet Soo Museum, Time Tunnel Ipoh  Mural Art’s Lane, Gerbang Malam  

If you have your own transport (or don’t mind walking), there’s really no excuse not to see both sides of the Kinta river!

Ipoh Old Town History

At the start of the 19th century, Malaysia was under British Colonial rule with Ipoh as the second administrative city after Taiping.

Today, landmarks like the Ipoh Railway Station and Ipoh Town Hall symbolize that part in Ipoh’s history.

Birch Memorial Clock Tower In Ipoh
Birch Memorial Clock Tower In Ipoh – Photo by Travelswithsun

In 1892, a huge fire led to the city being rebuilt. And the grid-like structure of Ipoh Old Town (on the west side of Kinta River) is what remains today.

Ipoh’s rapid development during the early 1900s was a result of the tin rush that brought in many people. Particularly Chinese from Penang that were seeking their fortunes.

And Ipoh Old Town was the center of all this growth, starting with Panglima Street. And eventually spreading across the river to the east side (Ipoh New Town) under Chinese tycoon, Yau Tet Shin.

Even through till the 1930s, development continued due to the flourishing rubber plantations, in addition to the tin mines.

There are schools in this side of town that are still operating despite being over 100 years old, like the Sekolah Menengah Kebangsaan Convent Ipoh (or simply just Main Convent Ipoh).

Ipoh Old Town Attractions

Tourism has taken a strong root in Ipoh:

Hence, there are always new places to explore in Ipoh Old Town! Many old shop lots are turned into trendy cafes, hotels, galleries, etc.

But despite this, you’ll realize that Ipoh still holds its small town charm!

1. Concubine Lane Ipoh

There’s a lot more to Ipoh’s most famous street!

Concubine Lane is akin to Malacca’s Jonker Street. But in a much smaller scale which makes it tremendously easy to wander through and worth a look!

Signage For Concubine Lane In Ipoh
Signage For Concubine Lane In Ipoh – Photo by Travelswithsun

Sample local delights like silky-smooth tau fu fah or have some cold treats while you browse through the various trinket stalls.

Look past the colorful shop decorations and try to imagine what Concubine Lane looked like back when these shop lots housed opium and gambling dens!

2. Ipoh Old Town Street Art

You’ll surely pass by some of the numerous wall murals in Ipoh Old Town.

Tip: Pick up a map of the mural arts by Ernest Zacharevic from the Ipoh Tourist Information Center (ITIC) and incorporate them into your Ipoh Heritage Walk.

These are some of the iconic ones:

Ipoh Street Art Mural - An Old Uncle Drinking Coffee
Ipoh Street Art Mural – An Old Uncle Drinking Coffee – Photo by Travelswithsun

Exposure to sunlight has faded the colors of many but there are new paintings coming up all the time!

If you really want to see a whole row of them, drop by Mural Arts Lane in Ipoh New Town!

Street Art Of A Hummingbird Walking Distance From Concubine Lane
Street Art Of A Hummingbird Walking Distance From Concubine Lane – Photo by Travelswithsun

3. Ipoh Heritage Walk

The classic Ipoh heritage walk takes you to multiple landmarks that have great historic significance!

You start at Ipoh Railway Station and other grand buildings like Ipoh Town Hall. Followed by the leading banks and other top companies in Ipoh back in the 19th century.

Ipoh Railway Station
Ipoh Railway Station – photo credits to olla.aizu (Instagram)

Don’t miss St Michael’s Institution! The impressive school building was formerly a base for the Japanese during the Japanese occupation.

Classes are still in session today in this exclusive all-boys school.

End your walk at Malaysia’s oldest restaurant, F.M.S (Now known as Durbar).

Durbar (FMS) - one of the most popular cafes in Ipoh
Durbar (FMS) – one of the most popular cafes in Ipoh

Or continue your journey to see Ipoh’s Little India and Dato’ Panglima Kinta’s Mosque – an enchanting blue mosque!

Download a map of the full Ipoh Heritage Walk.

Read more: 13 Things To Do In Ipoh At Night

4. Ipoh Booth Cart

If you have extra time or you just want to spend some time indoors (with air conditioning):

One Of The Entrances To Ipoh Booth Cart
One Of The Entrances To Ipoh Booth Cart – photo from their Facebook

Visit this hidden mural gallery!

There are stalls upstairs selling artisan crafts, Ipoh coffee and other goodies in a hall. With attractive displays that have a retro feel to them!

Ipoh Booth Cart
Ipoh Booth Cart – photo from their Facebook

Location: 11A, Jalan Bijeh Timah, 30000 Ipoh, Perak

Opening Hours: Weekdays (10am to 6pm), Weekends (8am to 6pm)

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5. Ipoh Upside Down World

If you can catch If you have kids with you, this place is sure to entertain them and besides, you can brush up on your photography skills while taking some memorable family snaps!

On weekdays, you can take your time (and enjoy the air-conditioning) as like many other attractions in Ipoh, this well-maintained gallery only really sees high traffic during the weekends and public holidays.

For MyKad holders, the entry fee is significantly cheaper at RM16 per adult, and RM10 per kid. Versus RM26 and RM18 for adults and kids without MyKad respectively.

Note: You have to rely on the staff on how best to take the photos as there aren’t many visual guides in place.

Location: 55, Jalan Tun Sambanthan, 30000 Ipoh, Perak

Opening Hours: 9am to 6pm

Contact: +605-2107037

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6. Time Tunnel Ipoh

Just around the corner from Dream Big World, is another fascinating gallery! If you were born in the 90s or earlier, this will be a nostalgic throwback for you!

Inside The Time Tunnel In Ipoh
Inside The Time Tunnel In Ipoh – Photo by Travelswithsun

The small museum houses miscellaneous antique items like toys, kitchen ware, cassette tapes and photographs.

Vintage Kitchen Set Up In Time Tunnel Ipoh
Vintage Kitchen Set Up In Time Tunnel Ipoh – Photo by Travelswithsun

Location: 23, Jalan Panglima, Ipoh, Perak

Opening Hours: 9am to 4:30pm (Closed on Tuesdays)

Entrance Fee:

Ground floor: Free

First floor: RM 6 (Adult), RM 4 (Child)

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7. Ho Yan Hor Museum

It’s free to visit this museum dedicated to the history of the Ipoh-owned Hor Yan Hor herbal tea producer by Mr Ho Kai Cheong!

This museum is just next to Han Chin Pet Soo.

Ho Yah Hor And Han Chin Pet Soo Museum Close To Concubine Lane
Ho Yah Hor And Han Chin Pet Soo Museum Close To Concubine Lane – Photo by Travelswithsun

Tip: If you’re going on a weekend, you can make a booking on their website first or at the door before you take your scheduled tour at Han Chin Pet Soo.

The friendly guides will walk you through the museum (tours available in English too) and you’ll get to sample 3 different types of herbal tea (free of charge).

Note: Be careful when going up their old staircase. No toilets here.

Location: 1, Jalan Bijeh Timah, 30000 Ipoh, Perak

Opening Hours: 10am to 4pm (Closed on Mondays)

Entrance Fee: Free

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8. Han Chin Pet Soo

Definitely a must-visit when you come to Ipoh! This is a former VIP Hakka miners’ club that is now a museum run by a non-profit organization (Ipoh World).

Display of a gambling den at Han Chin Pet Soo Museum
Display of a gambling den at Han Chin Pet Soo Museum – Photo by Travelswithsun

Tours (in Chinese or English) start at the exquisite lobby and work their way through the back of the building, ending with the top floors.

The tours usually take an hour.

Antiques, murals, a brief history video and detailed room set ups compliment the tours.

Location: 3, Jalan Bijeh Timah, 30100 Ipoh, Perak

Opening Hours: 9:30am to 3:30pm (Closed on Mondays)

Entrance Fee: Free but a donation of RM10 per person is suggested.

Remark: You need to call or go on their website to make a booking (+605-241 4541).

9. Yasmin at Kong Heng Newseum

In the basement of a chic bookstore (BookXcess), is a small gallery dedicated to Yasmin Ahmad. She brought out the best of Malaysian diversity through her heartwarming and relatable directed works.

Yasmin Ahmad Museum at Book Xcess Kong Heng
Yasmin Ahmad Museum at Book Xcess Kong Heng – Photo by Travelswithsun

There is a screen here where they play her most famous works:

Most notable are the Petronas commercials that were produced specifically for local celebrations like Chinese New Year, Hari Raya and Merdeka.

There are photos of her, and her memorable quotes as well!

Location: 91, Jalan Sultan Yusof, 30000 Ipoh, Perak

Opening Hours: 10am to 10pm

Entrance Fee: Free

Downstairs has a café (now closed), a rather exquisite toilet, and a souvenir shop (with handcrafted goods from vulnerable communities). While the upstairs houses the gallery.

22 Hale Street Heritage Gallery in Ipoh
22 Hale Street Heritage Gallery – Photo by Travelswithsun

The gallery has beautiful arrangements of antiques and photographs showcasing Ipoh’s past. Including a setup for a Peranakan wedding!

There is staff to show you around the collection too.

Location: 22, Jalan Tun Sambanthan, 30000 Ipoh, Perak

Opening Hours: 10am to 12:30pm, and again from 1:30pm to 6pm (Closed on Mondays)

Entrance Fee:RM5

Website (Gallery booking): https://22halestreet.business.site/

11. Funtasy House Trick Art

At Funtasy House Trick Art gallery, you can take quirky photos at their 20 rooms of optical illusion and 3D art.

Funtasy Art Trick House
Funtasy Art Trick House – photo credits to larry273 (Instagram)

Don’t worry about how to pose as the helpful staff will be around to give you tips. Or you can examine the how-to guides in front of the murals.

Note: Good fun if you’ve never tried this sort of thing before!

Location: 16, Jalan Market, 30000 Ipoh, Perak

Opening Hours:

Weekdays: 9am to 6pm

Weekends: 9am to 8pm

Entrance Fee:

Malaysians: RM15 (Adult), RM10 (Child)

Non-Malaysians: RM19 (Adult), RM10 (Child)

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Ipoh Old Town White Coffee Shop

Taste a real cup of Ipoh white coffee in between your sightseeing! You can find this unique drink at any local coffee shop (kopitiam as locals call them).

It can be served cold with ice or hot in the quintessential little cup that is synonymous with old school kopitiams!

The options listed here are frequently packed during lunch time and you’d best come early if you want to avoid long waiting times and a lack of parking slots!

1. Nam Heong White Coffee

Along with Sin Yoon Loong (next on the list), Nam Heong White Coffee is one of the first brewers of Ipoh white coffee!

Their freshly baked egg tarts are the perfect accompaniments to their fragrant and creamy hot coffees!

Nam Heong White Coffee Shop At Ipoh Old Town
Nam Heong White Coffee Shop At Ipoh Old Town – Photo by Travelswithsun

Location: 2, Jalan Bandar Timah, 30000 Ipoh, Perak

Opening Hours: 6:30am to 5pm

2. Kedai Kopi Sin Yoon Loong

This humble coffee shop is the supposed birthplace of Ipoh white coffee:

Kedai Kopi Sin Yoon Loong At Ipoh Old Town
Kedai Kopi Sin Yoon Loong At Ipoh Old Town – Photo by Travelswithsun

Even after many years of being in business:

Local patrons still claim that the taste of the coffee (strong and slightly bitter) has not changed and it remains their favorite breakfast spot in Ipoh!

Location: 15A, Jalan Bandar Timah, 30000 Ipoh, Perak

Opening Hours: 6am to 2:30pm

3. Yinzo Kopi 银州之香

Yinzo Kopi At Ipoh
Yinzo Kopi At Ipoh – Photo by Travelswithsun

A trendy new cafe close to Little India, Yinzo Kopi is quickly gaining traction for its cozy environment, excellent iced coffee and tasty food (nasi lemak with curry chicken)!

Polo bun is a must-try item on their menu!

Polo Bun At Yinzo Kopi
Polo Bun At Yinzo Kopi – Photo by Travelswithsun

Location: No. 1 & 3, Persiaran Bijih Timah, 30000 Ipoh, Perak

Opening Hours: 9am to 5pm (Closed on Mondays)

4. Kedai Kopi Ah Chow

For an alcoholic twist to the Ipoh white coffee, you can head over to Kedai Kopi Ah Chow.

It might be the best coffee you’ve ever tasted! Affordably priced too!

Ah Chow alcoholic Ipoh White Coffee
Ah Chow alcoholic coffee – photo credits to fongameng(Instagram)

Tip: Good curry noodles here!

Location: 31, Jalan Bandar Timah, 30000 Ipoh, Perak

Opening Hours: 8am to 2pm

5. Lim Ko Pi

Just beside Jalan Sultan Iskandar (Sultan Iskandar road), Lim Ko Pi serves a robust coffee and a variety of savory and spicy Malaysian dishes!

Lim Ko Pi
Lim Ko Pi – photo credits to xblondaholik (Instagram)

At the back of the shop, are some beautiful open seating areas! They have parking for their customers across the road!

Location: 10, Jalan Sultan Iskandar, 30000 Ipoh, Perak

Opening Hours: 8:30am to 5:30pm (Closed on Mondays)

Read more: 9 Best Chicken Rice In Ipoh

Ipoh Old Town Café

Ipoh clearly doesn’t have any shortage of cafes, especially within Ipoh Old Town!

They are just the thing if you want some respite from the overbearing heat!

1. Aud’s by JJ Cafe

Another gorgeous hipster cafe but with limited seating, Aud’s by JJ Cafe has sensational coffee and avocado smoothies!

Unique menu items at Aud's cafe - a popular Ipoh cafe at Ipoh Old Town - see the full Ipoh cafe list on www.travelswithsun.com
Unique menu items at Aud’s cafe – a popular Ipoh cafe – Photo by Travelswithsun

Tip: Plant-based milk is available

They have a small but interesting menu with items like their pesto pork burger!

Location: 97, Jalan Sultan Yusof, 30000 Ipoh, Perak

Opening Hours: 10am to 6pm (Closed on Mondays)

Contact: +605-246 1310

2. Patisserie BoutiQue

You might walk past this dainty cafe if you’re not looking for it specifically:

Cakes (e.g. Tiramisu or burnt cheesecake) and coffee are what they are known for, although they do have western mains too.

Some of the cakes served at Patisserie BoutiQue
Some of the cakes served at Patisserie BoutiQue – Photo by Travelswithsun

Note: Book a table if you have a group of 4 for the weekend or during a public holiday!

Location: 103, Jalan Sultan Yusof, 30000 Ipoh, Perak

Opening Hours: 11am to 6pm

Contact: +6014-901 9268

3. Plan B (Ipoh)

In contrast, it’s hard to miss this one. Particularly if you’re checking out Concubine Lane and Kong Heng Square!

Plan B cafe in Ipoh
Plan B cafe in Ipoh – Photo by Travelswithsun

The floor-to-ceiling windows all around the spacious cafe entice passersby to come in and enjoy the air conditioning and cold drinks, desserts and western/fusion food.

Note: They do have a bar here  

Location: No. 75, Jalan Panglima, 30000 Ipoh, Perak

Opening Hours: 10am to 10pm

Contact: +605-249 8286

4. The Marketplace Waffle Bar & Cafe

You can try their coffee and trademark waffle sets that are either sweet or savory in a very pleasant environment.

The Market Place - a popular Ipoh cafe in Ipoh old town - see the full list of Ipoh Cafes on www.travelswithsun.com
The Market Place – a popular Ipoh cafe – Photo by Travelswithsun

They have some fascinating flavors of waffles – smoke duck, salmon, oreo, green tea, etc.

Location: 13, Jalan Market, 30000 Ipoh, Perak

Opening hours:

Monday to Thursday: 12pm to 10pm

Friday to Sunday: 11am to 10pm

5. V-Nest Cafe 金星燕窝咖啡馆

This good-looking cafe has indoor and outdoor seating available. Their Western/fusion food is appetizing! Try their laksa!

Note: There is a lunch set too.

V-Nest Cafe 金星燕窝咖啡馆
V-Nest Cafe 金星燕窝咖啡馆 – Photo by Travelswithsun

And if you’re into birdnest, they do have some special menu items that use birdnest. Like sweet soup desserts!

Location: 27, Jalan Bandar Timah, 30000 Ipoh, Perak

Opening Hours: Sunday to Thursday from 9am to 6pm (Closed on Wednesdays), and 9am to 10pm on Fridays and Saturdays

Contact: +605-243 9118

6. Girlie’s Café

Pop over here to this industrial-style cafe:

Inside Girlie Cafe In Ipoh
Inside Girlie Cafe In Ipoh – Photo by Travelswithsun

For a western-style brunch with their delectable coffee, exquisite croissants and cakes with unusual flavors (e.g. watermelon or musang king burnt cheesecake).

Matcha Latte And Cappuccino At Girlie Cafe
Matcha Latte And Cappuccino At Girlie Cafe – Photo by Travelswithsun

Location: No 26, Jalan Market, 30000 Ipoh, Perak

Opening Hours: 10am to 5pm (Closed on Mondays and Tuesdays) or 10am to 6pm for Fridays to Sundays

Contact: +6016-550 4451

Read more: 17 Best Cozy Cafes In Ipoh – By Location! (Includes New Cafes)

Hotels Near Ipoh Old Town

Take your pick of hotels in Ipoh Old Town – the majority are affordable and walking distance to Ipoh food eateries!

Note: If you have a car, the hotels listed here (with the exception of Cititel Express) may not be suitable for you since parking is often not provided.

1. Brick Box Hotel

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Its central location in Ipoh Old Town makes Brick Box Hotel a popular choice among solo and couple travelers.

Brick Box Hotel Ipoh
Brick Box Hotel Ipoh

Plus, they offer free WiFi and  bicycle rentals to their guests.

Note: The rooms are too small for families.

Location: No 31, Jalan Dato’ Maharajalela, 30000 Ipoh, Perak

Price range: RM80-100 for 2 pax/ night

Remark: 24-hour front desk

2. The Happy 8 Cafe & Retreat

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Another centralized guest house that couples love to stay at is The Happy 8 Cafe & Retreat. They do have family rooms too. Although the narrow stairs are a bit difficult for elderly to navigate.

The inconspicuous hotel is walking distance from the train station and other attractions in Ipoh Old Town. And the staff is extremely helpful if you need any suggestion on where to go!

Lobby At The Happy 8 Cafe & Retreat
Lobby At The Happy 8 Cafe & Retreat

The air-conditioned rooms while not especially spacious, have ensuite bathrooms and are furnished with artistic wooden pieces that bring a rustic appeal. Every corner of the hotel is Instagram-worthy!

If you’re not a fan of hard mattress, you might find their beds uncomfortable. And you may want to bring along your own mosquito repellent too.

Note: Mosquito nets are provided for the beds.

Room At The Happy 8 Cafe & Retreat
Room At The Happy 8 Cafe & Retreat

At the back of the building is the on-site cafe which while extremely convenient, can get noisy in the evening and morning if you plan on sleeping early or in.

Furthermore, if you have your own car, you should know that they don’t have dedicated parking for guests.

Location: 46, Jalan Market, 30000 Ipoh, Perak

Price range: ~RM170 for 2 pax/ night

Remark: Book at least a month ahead

3. Sarang Paloh Heritage Stay & Event Hall

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Just next to Lim Ko Pi, this hotel is housed in a refurbished historical Chinese bank. They have elegant and spacious rooms in many configurations.

Sarang Paloh Heritage Stay & Event Hall Ipoh

The hotel is close to many Ipoh attractions too!

Note: They have free private parking for their guests

Location: 12, 14 and 16, Jalan Sultan Iskandar, 30000 Ipoh, Perak

Price range: RM200-300 for 2 pax/ night

4. Dé Cafe & Rest House

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Have a capsule hotel experience without sacrificing comfort! Solo travelerswho don’t mind sharing some facilities feel right at home here.

De Cafe & Rest House At Ipoh

They have good modern facilities like their new showers, on-site cafe and bar, as well as a lockers!

Note: Most attractions are walking distance away so they do not offer a car park for their guests.

Location: 35, Jalan Sultan Iskandar, 30000 Ipoh, Perak

Price range: RM80-130 for 2 pax/ night

5. Ban Loong Hotel

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Ban Loong Hotel At Ipoh
Ban Loong Hotel At Ipoh

Spacious minimalist rooms with industrial-themed furnishings, air-conditioning, TVs and desks come in many different arrangements at Ban Loong Hotel.

Rooms At Ban Loong Hotel
Rooms At Ban Loong Hotel

You can walk to Ipoh Old Town and Ipoh New Town from here. Or drive since they have free parking for their guests too!

Location: 53, Jalan Bandar Timah, 30000 Ipoh, Perak

Price range: RM75 to 100 for 2 pax/ night

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6. Cititel Express Ipoh

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Contemporary rooms at Cititel Express Ipoh have everything you need for a short business or leisure stay. Including fast and reliable WiFI connection!

Cititel Express Ipoh
Cititel Express Ipoh

Depending on the room you get, you can drink in the views of Kinta River and limestone hills in the distance!

Note: Walking distance to many eateries and they have their own cafe

Location: 2, Jalan S.P Seenivasagam, 30000 Ipoh, Perak

Price range: RM130-200 for 2 pax/ night

Remark: 24-hour reception

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Getting Around Ipoh Old Town

Unless you are prepared to take on the heat and use your own feet to get around:

You can rely on the following modes of transport:

1. Private Tour Service

With RayTheTour private tour service, you can customize your itinerary and go where you want without having to wait for anyone!

And you’ll have an Ipoh-born guide to show you the sights!

Book Ipoh tour on WhatsApp or Facebook Messenger!

2. Grab Or A Taxi

Call a Grab car using the App. Or get a taxi from the Ipoh airport, train station or from your hotel.

3. Self-drive/ Car Rental

Not recommended for anyone who’s never been to Ipoh before:

Because it can be highly congested in Ipoh Old Town! Especially during lunch time or any weekend (or public holiday)!

Moreover, finding parking is a real pain.

Tip: There are makeshift public parking lots but you will have to pay to use them.

You can find car rental services available at the airport. Or you can check online.

4. Sightseeing Bus

Only operating on weekends, the bus can take you around 12 tourist spots.

Ipoh Hop On Hop Off Bus

Go on the official site to see the bus schedule and ticket price.

Conclusion

The birthplace of Ipoh White Coffee, Ipoh Old Town has similar traits to Penang’s Georgetown but with fewer tourists!

And it is here that you can truly appreciate Ipoh’s humble beginnings as a tin mining town and its evolution!

Your Ipoh itinerary would simply be incomplete without including Ipoh Old Town!

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