Most Photographed Places in Ipoh

Ipoh Wall Art Murals by Ernest Zacharevic
Apart from Ipoh white coffee and wide varieties of local food, let the "Art of OldTown" kick-starts your mural-hunt in Ipoh! The most photographed locale in Ipoh is the wall art murals drawn by talented street art artist Ernest Zacharevic. His artwork is now a popular tourist attraction in Malaysia, adding more crowns to Ipoh apart from being a food paradise.
Photographers Hint: Ernest Zacharevic completes all 8 Murals In Ipoh. Check the walking trail for Ipoh murals map.
Ipoh Railway Station
How to travel back in time without a time machine? Visit the Ipoh railway station! This white, colonial beauty stands proudly in the heart of Ipoh. It has also become a landmark of the city and serves a purpose too – transporting people via the KTM service. The station was initially built for a hospital before being turned into a station. Did you know that the movie Anna and the King was also shot here?
Photographers Hint: Best shot during midday, you can photograph details of this British Indian colonial architecture with the clear blue sky as the backdrop. 
Concubine Lane
Lorong Panglima, or Concubine Lane is a narrow, uneven path in Ipoh’s Old Town filled with colonial-style terraced building. Known as ‘Yi Lai Hong’ in Cantonese, it was established in 1908 and used to be a residential area where rich Chinese magnates and British officers supposedly kept their concubines and mistresses. 
Photographers Hint: Visit the concubine lane during weekdays to avoid the crowded tourists head in your photography.
Kellie's Castle
With a beautiful majestic exterior, newly landscaped garden/ greenery, interesting interior full of secret doors and rich history, it is a great location for photography. The whole place is like a maze. The bricks walls give it a rustic and mysterious feel. With the right angle, the photographer can produce a stunning image of the historic architecture. 
Photographers Hint: It's a instagrammable place and great location for wedding photography.
Qing Xin Ling Leisure & Cultural Village
You might think you’ve stepped back in time, to a place in the past, maybe in China, when you visit Qing Xin Ling Leisure and Cultural Village. With its art installation and wall paintings, the park has a nostalgic theme. Built around an emerald lake partly, and surrounded by limestone hills and caves, the name of the park means “serene hill” in Mandarin.
Photographers Hint: There have many unique art installations to take photos with, it’s a great place to take scenic selfies or group photos.