Last weekend, I travelled to Ipoh.
Malaysia has those 3 UNESCO World Heritage sites/towns which preserves colonial buildings and celebrates art. First, I went to Penang (several times in fact), as many readers of this blog would know, and fell in love with it. Then, I challenged myself to have a one-day trip to Melaka with my significant other, did it; it was amazing. Finally, I was able to complete the list by going to Ipoh on the 17th November this year.
I just love those kinds of places. They connect me to my… roots: art.
I’d thus like to share some of the beautiful art I’ve seen there. You’ll immediately understand what I’m talking about. So here it is, the art gallery of Ipoh town:
Yep, just a short post for today. Hopefully, I’ll be able to post more on this blog now that holidays are here!
An Evil Nymph.
4 thoughts on “Ipoh: The Art Gallery”
Wow we’ve not been to Ipoh such a looong time!
It’s as artsy as ever 🙂
Ipoh has changed so much from back in the days when I was a kid. Back then, no artsy murals, no hipster cafes, just a sleepy town with a lot of run-down but still beautiful buildings. It’s great that the local council and tourism board is doing more to promote the city 🙂
Wow, back then I guess no one would have believed it; it’s great indeed!