A symbol of Ipoh replanted

Zambry watering the newly planted Ipoh tree (Antiaris toxicaria) in front of the Ipoh Railway Station. With him are Dr Mah (fifth from right, in light blue shirt), Zamri (second from left) and other state officials. — Photos: SAIFUL BAHRI/The Star

THE iconic Ipoh tree at the Ipoh Railway Station Square, which toppled during a thunderstorm last April, has been replanted.

The new tree, which was nurtured in a nursery in Buntong is three years old and about 2m high now, was planted by Perak Mentri Besar Datuk Seri Dr Zambry Abd Kadir during a ceremony on Wednesday.

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