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Partial closure of Ipoh Parade (18 to 31 March)

Following the Prime Minister’s announcement to implement the Movement Control Order nationwide in dealing with the rise in Covid-19 cases and that all non-essential businesses are ordered to be closed from March 18-31, Ipoh Parade will halt its operation during this 2-week period to comply with the order.

During this period, Jaya Grocer on the Lower Ground floor and a list of tenants will remain open daily to serve the needs of shoppers, while the rest of the mall will be closed. The list of tenants who open on normal shopping hours can be found below.

The mall is expected to reopen on April 1, subject to further announcement from the government. To check on further updates and announcements, kindly visit Ipoh Parade’s Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/ipohparade/.

Ipoh Parade apologises for any inconvenience caused and thanks its shoppers for their
continuous support during this trying time.

List of tenants remaining open on normal shopping hours:

  1. Jaya Grocer (9:30am – 10:00pm)
  2. Guardian
  3. Caring Pharmacy
  4. Watsons
  5. YES
  6. Pahlawan Money Changer

F&B Tenants (For Delivery)

  1. Sushi Tei
  2. The Chicken Rice Shop
  3. The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf
  4. Penang Road Famous Teochew Chendul
  5. Eggspert
  6. Starbucks
  7. Marrybrown
  8. Subway
  9. Dave’s Deli
  10. Secret Recipe (18/3 only)
  11. Koong Woh Tong (take away only)
  12. Baksin Robbin (1pm-9pm)

 

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