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About 30 minutes drive from Ipoh, near Batu Gajah, stands the ruins of Kellie's Castle. It belonged to William Kellie Smith, an English rubber tycoon during the late 19th century. The castle was never completed as Smith left for Scotland in the midst of its construction, and never returned.
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Mz
Mz
September 6, 2020
An old castle built on the early 1900’s. For those who love history and legends or haunted places, this should be on your list. Great place to take pictures too. Don’t miss it!
Ahmad
Ahmad
March 3, 2020
historical buildings during British colonial era
Kevin
Kevin
November 10, 2019
13.8 KM from homestay location. 20 KM from Ipoh town city (places from Lou Wong, Ming Court Dim Sum). This place is located south of Ipoh City where homestay location is between Kellie’s Castle and Ipoh Town City. It was an interesting unfinished castle built by Scotsman. RM 10 for adult and RM 8…
Ben
Ben
October 28, 2019
Kellie's Castle (sometimes also called Kellie's Folly) is a castle located in Batu Gajah, Kinta District, Perak, Malaysia. The unfinished, ruined mansion, was built by a Scottish planter named William Kellie-Smith. According to differing accounts, it was either a gift for his wife or a home for his…
Maggie & KT
Maggie & KT
August 15, 2019
The historical place in Ipoh, entrance fees will be charge, the historical building here always be the best spot for photography and pre-wedding shooting. Is a best place to visit for history lover.

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History Museum
“History museum: Have your breakfast white coffee in Thean Chun or Sin Lean Lee, or even Sun Yuan Loong not far from here, then visit concubine lane and take a pre-book tour in Han Chin Pet Soo. Pre-book a tour from their website, view the historical building, listen to the stories during the Tin mining period of Ipoh, watch documentaries and old furniture in the site. It worth a visit! ”
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Establishment
“The clock tower, with a 1.95m-diameter bell, was erected in 1909 in memory of James WW Birch, Perak’s first British Resident. Birch was murdered in 1875 at Pasir Salak by local Malay chiefs. A frieze featuring Moses, Buddha, Shakespeare and Charles Darwin was intended to illustrate the growth of civilization. Look for the ghostly outline of a figure representing Mohammed, long ago painted over. The road on which this memorial stands has been renamed for one of Birch’s assassins. Today they are considered nationalists, while Birch is remembered for his disregard of local custom.”
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Museum
“Ho Yan Hor Museum shares the amazing stories of Ho Yan Hor, the famous household brand of Chinese herbal tea since 1940s. It also provide the discovery of the origins and evolution of the heritage herbal tea.”
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Establishment
“One of the longest caves in Peninsular Malaysia. A must visit for caving enthusiasts.”
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Waterfall
“Gunung Lang Recreational Park, located off Jalan Tunku Abdul Rahman (formerly Kuala Kangsar Road), Covering an area of 30.35 hectares out of which 14.16 hectares consists of the lake, the park is divided into two sections. It is developed around a scenic backdrop of limestone hills of Gunung Lang and Gunung Bilike. The main are the man-made cascading waterfall atop a limestone hill, a 2km broadwalk over the swamp and lookout towers. There are also facilities like a children’s playground, campsite, mini zoo, a prayer room and washrooms. In order to reach there, one must pay RM3 (adult) / RM1.50 (Senior Citizen) for a boat ride from the jetty.”
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Staðsetning
Batu Gajah, Perak 31000
Sími05-255 2772
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