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The most interesting feature is the painted frieze around all four sides of the clock tower. The 44 figures represent famous people from world history. In the most prominent position at the front of the tower, however, due to objections a single figure has been...More
Can hit two birds at once, this spot is great for photos. It is near the ipoh railway station and city hall too.
Foodcourt nearby, so we can have a rest first before continue strolling and taking pictures.
it is located opposite the railway station and close to the old ipoh town. it was built in memory of the first british resident of perak. some of the history left by the british. it is well maintained and an iconic.
Took a walk though the old town to checkout all the lovely old buildings Ipoh has to offer. This gorgeous clocktower is close to the Town Hall and not far from the Railway station so a good morning's walk ticked all the boxes.
Birch Memorial Clock Tower was built in 1909 as a memorial to the first British Resident who was murdered in 1875. The tower has four statues around the top symbolizing "loyalty, patience, justice and fortitude" designed to represent the virtues of the British administration.