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Kuala Lipis town in Pahang state makes a worthwhile day trip from Kuala Lumpur. Set off early in the morning. Clifford School is on your left hand side as you approach the town center & new town areas. Started by the British in colonial days,...More
If you are in the neighbourhoud take a peek inside.
It is different: with flower curtains and old fashioned furniture..
Not a school as we know it in Europe with screens, ergonomic furniture and Digital blackboards..
The school was first known as the government English school and started in 1913. At that time the building was only a wooden structure with only a few classses.
the school was officially launched in 1926 by Sir Hugh Clifford and later it was named...More
dont get me wrong, i love my school. lots of memories. but as a tourist attraction? no. i spend three years of my youth in this school and still come back time to time for visit. but sadly it is what it is. a school....More
Clifford School is one of Malaysia's venerable old private schools, dating back to the days of British imperialism. It has a couple of attractive old wooden buildings dating back to the early 20th century. These are now preserved as historical relics. Unfortunately, you aren't encouraged...More