Two convent schools are heritage sites

Esteemed institution: Students exiting SMK Convent Light Street at the end of a school day.

GEORGE TOWN: The school buildings of Convent Light Street (CLS) and Convent Pulau Tikus (CPT) are heritage premises.

CLS is the oldest girls’ school in South-East Asia, standing proudly on the present site within the Unesco Heritage Zone since 1859. It is also where Sir Stamford Raffles worked for a time.

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