Preserving a piece of Ipoh’s history Ho Yan Hor Museum, located in a pre-war building on Jalan Bijeh Timah, officially launched as Ipoh’s latest attraction


Dr Mah striking a gong at the special parade around Ipoh Old Town during the official opening of the Ho Yan Hor Museum. Also present is David Ho (in black coat). — Photos: SAIFUL BAHRI/The Star

State Non-Islamic Affairs Committee Chairman Datuk Dr Mah Hang Soon hopes to see Dr Ho Kai Cheong’s home and former business premises on Jalan Bijeh Timah, listed as part of the city’s heritage walk.

Part of Ipoh’s history since 1941, the pre-war building, which essentially gave birth to what is today the Hovid Bhd conglomorate, has been turned into the Ho Yan Hor Museum to commemorate the achievements of Dr Ho.

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