http://kuala-lipis-pahang.blogspot.com/ Joha Rahman Kuala LipisWalking Tour
Best place to start the walking tour is from the railway station. Visitors for hundred of years came to Kuala Lipis by rail
The train still run, but it is of lesser importance compared to what it was before.
As you come out of the railway station, you can see a flight of stairs leading down to Jelai Street. The second street of Kuala Lipis
Then you can take the left turn on the Main Street. The buildings were mostly built in late 1800.
The old mosque, used to be the state mosque on your left. You can see the water tank, they used to put fishes in it.
Then you will meet the Jelai Street, next to the river Jelai. There was the floating restaurant years ago. It is no longer there.
You can see the new bridge connecting to the controversial new town. The growth that divide the town
The new bus station. It has a nice name, but the distant from the rail and other facilities causing difficulties for peoples.
The nursing home, the original building built by the British. Still in use today.
The front of Pahang Club. During the colonial days, the club was for the rich and famous only
The English Heritage left by the colonial past. It is now the district administrative office. Viewed from the road
The district administrative office viewed from the sky. The winding road to reach the top and part of the hostel for Clifford School at the bottom
We come to the end of the road.. Its is time to say good bye and thank you..
The Resource Kuala Lipis Walking Tour http://kuala-lipis-pahang.blogspot.com/ The author had work with an international airline for more than 35 years, the last 10 years in Training and development.