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Had dinner there. Only 2 to 3 stalls operating & not so much choice to choose from. The food is ok. The atmosphere is a bit gloomy. Location-wise, it is secluded right around the hospital corner where you had to pass the forensic/ mortuary building...More
it was built in 1867 by the British.The buiding was built origially as the residents for Sir Hugh Clifford who was then the superintendent.
It is built on a hill over looking the town. sir Clifford stayed at this place till 1922. it was later...More
I am not sure if the restaurant has since closed, as I visited early in 2012, but the clubhouse closed some time ago.
However if the restaurant is open, it is a good place for a feed. It is one of the few places in...More
Still signposted from the "main road" but most definately closed and forgotten. A trend noticed throughout Malaysia - fine old buildings left to rot. It's a real shame because there are some pretty buildings in this very small town but access by rail is difficult...More
For lovers of colonial fiction, we recommend a stop by the Pahang Club House. This rickety old wooden building dates to 1907 and was once the local club house for colonial Brits, stationed in the jungle-clad hill station of Kuala Lipis. The building is now...More