Ipoh’s Japanese Garden vandalised and not as popular as it used to be

IPOH’S Japanese Garden, set up by the Perak Turf Club in the early 1960s, is in a sorry state.

Popular in the past among couples getting married as a venue for photo shoots, the once beautiful and colourful garden on Jalan Raja Dihilir is now a depressing shade of grey and brown.

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