Making the Cantonese connection

Round the corner: Kapitan Chung Thye Phin is also known as Arlene House. — RONNIE CHIN/The Star

IPOH city in Perak will soon introduce its “Cantonese Heritage Trail”.

Expected to be launched in two months, the 8km foot trail has 32 stops at both the old and new parts of town, with information posts containing details about historical buildings, its founders and the purpose of its establishment.

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