Situated on the edge of Ipoh's Old Town, near the Kinta River. Inside strolling separation of the notable Panglima Lane Concubine Lane, it is the fascination in Ipoh on TripAdvisor.
Initially the home of the Hakka Tin Miners Club, established in 1893. The building was reconstructed in 1929 to supplant the prior twofold story club house on a similar site. This special historical center envelops roughly 5000 square feet more than three stories. In plain view are antiques, collectibles, ephemeras and furthermore photos from the nineteenth and twentieth century. The exhibition hall takes into account visitors who by earlier game plan might want to appreciate a Hakka themed supper at the Hakka Tin Miners Club. In spite of the fact that the gallery isn't totally wheelchair-accommodating as there are no lifts to the upper floors, the ground floor however might be gotten to by the individuals who utilizes a wheelchair.