Here's a nice one from a family album. We thank Alexander for this gem. According to him, the girl (standing) is his grandmother Madam Ursula. Behind her are her parents [...]
Do book now as seats are very limited and Julian is a great speaker.
Some time ago, the Perak Heritage Society visited Teluk Intan (formerly known as Telok Anson). Among the highlights of the trip was visiting the famous 'Leaning Tower'. Yes, Perak has [...]
A stone's throw away from #188 is Hume Street, now known as Jalan Mesjid. Along this short but interesting street, one can find many traditional trades co- existing harmoniously with [...]
It is some time since ipohWorld's world took a virtual trip to Sitiawan, home of the Foochows and so that is where we go today - to the building of [...]
Perak Heritage Society NOTICE (restricted) BRIEFING ON THE TT5 - THE LAST OLD DREDGE OF KINTA why: theStar today highlights the dangerous tilt of the dredge TT5 in Tanjong [...]
B M Iversen: the Danish Architect of Ipoh an illustrated talk by Ruth Iversen Rollitt Royal Ipoh Club Friday, 23 October 2009 5:30 – 7:00 pm Registration and [...]
The stylish modernity of Ipoh owes it to some landmark buildings by B M Iversen, a Danish architect who came to Malaya in 1928 and started his own practice in [...]