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Ipoh Map

Posted by on Dec 12th, 2007
Filed Under: Map, Perak


Here are my free Ipoh Maps (click on the image or links). Some image of the Ipoh Maps will take a while to load due to the size of the image. I try to leave the resolution of the Ipoh Maps as high as possible so that it will be detailed. (I suggest that you open each Ipoh Map in a new window)

Ipoh Detailed Map: Click Map to Enlarge
Ipoh Map

PLACES OF INTEREST
3F Airport
2D Central Market
2F Chinese Temple
2D Clock Tower
2C Dr. Seenivasagam Park
5D Geological Museum
2C Ipoh Field (Padang)
4E Istana Kinta
4D Istana Raja Di Hilir Perak
5E Istana Tetamu
5E Istana Riswin
4D Japanese Garden
5B Kinta City
1C Kinta Swimming Pool
2D Museum Darul Ridzuan
5E Royal Ipoh Golf Club
4B Sports Complex
2C Sri Subramaniam Temple
2D State Mosque
5F Swimming Club
2C Tun Razak Library
4D Turf Club
2C YMCA

ENTERTAINMENT/SHOPPING
2D City Hall
3C OCEAN

BUS,TAXI, RAILWAY STATIONS,
RAILWAY, POST OFFICE,
POLICE STATION
1D Bus Station
1D Express Bus & Taxi Station
1D Railway Station

HOSPITAL
3C General Hospital

HOTELS
3D Excelsior
3E Paramount
4D Seri Malaysia Ipoh
2D Ritz Garden
2E Ritz Kowloon
3D Casuarina Parkroyal Ipoh
4D The Syuen Hotel
2C The Majestic Station

INFORMATION CENTRE
2D Tourism Information Centre

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  1. I spent a very happy year in 1957 with 1st Battalion Royal Lincolnshire Regiment Tactical Headquarters based in the Police Station. I met the Protector of Aborigines and the DSBO. I played rugby for the Perak Turf Club and was a member of the Kinta Swimming pool. These two gentlemen introduced me a local family of Chinese and I dated their daughter until I eventually returned to the UK. Tac HQ was based with the Loyals Regiment at Sungei Siput and we travelled into Ipoh each day except when one of us was on duty when we slept in the police station. Early in 1958 The Regiment were moved to Batu Pahat.
    I have written a history of my time in Malaya and would love to return but my memories are so good I don’t want to spoil them. I don’t recognise any of the photos on the internet!
    Tim

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