Perak agreed to resume the operation of HOHO bus

By TIN Media | Perak Published 3 years ago on 24 July 2020
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The state government of Perak has agreed to resume the operation of sightseeing bus Hop-On Hop-Off (HOHO) in Ipoh from 1 August with the condition of wearing the face mask mandatory.
Datuk Nolee Ashilin Mohammed Radzi, the Chairman of the State Housing, Local Government and the Tourism Committee, said the bus would be available for the on-circuit and off-circuit routes on Saturday and Sunday, between 8.30am and 9.30pm.
“There are 12 stops on the in-circuit route: Terminal Meru Raya, Gunung Lang, Ipoh High Court, Little India, Ipoh old town, Telekom Malaysia, Gerbang Malam, Ipoh Parade, Octagon Shopping Centre, Majestic Hotel, Ipoh Town Hall and the Panglima Kinta mosque.
“For the out-circuit route, there are nine stops: Lost World of Tambun, Pomelo Orchard Farm, Sam Poh Tong cave temple, Gopeng bus station, Kellie's Castle, Silveritage (Medan Gopeng), the Panglima Kinta mosque, Ipoh old town, and Terminal Meru, she said.
She said the fare for adults is RM12 while it is RM10 for children, the elderly, and people with disabilities (OKU).
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