1. Ipoh Car-Free Day

1. Ipoh Car-Free Day

The sixth Ipoh Car-Free Day with a “green” concept attracted some 3,000 people. Among the activities lined up during the three-hour programme were silat demonstration, aerobics (senamrobik), angklung presentation and percussion performance. Busking, cycling, rollerblading and also street soccer by MBI Soccerkids helped transform Jalan Raja DiHilir into a carnival ground.

2. senamrobik

2. senamrobik

Members of non-governmental organisation Ipoh City Watch were present to create awareness on the importance of recycling and cleanliness.

3. Ipoh City Watch promotes recycling

3. Ipoh City Watch promotes recycling

Ipoh City Mayor Dato’ Zamri Man was confident that the Ipoh Car-Free Day programme will help to realise the council’s objective to turn Ipoh into a low carbon city, besides promoting it as a tourist spot.

4. visitors play congkak in the middle of the road

4. visitors play congkak in the middle of the road

According to Perak State Executive Councillor for Education, Science, Environment and Green Technology Y.B. Dr. Amin Zakaria, who was also present, the car-free day programme is most appropriate in caring for Mother Nature, as well as in the promotion of green technology.

Event: Ipoh Car-Free Day (Mar 2016)
Venue: Jalan Raja DiHilir, Ipoh
Date: 27th March, 2016
Time: 7am – 10am

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