Jalan Raja Permaisuri Bainun is adjacent to Jalan Raja Dr Nazrin Shah towards the north. On the west end, Jalan Raja Permaisuri Bainun is connected to Jalan Tokong and Jalan Kampar while on the eastern end, this road will join with Jalan Raja Dr Nazrin Shah and heads towards the south. Together with the roads mentioned, Jalan Raja Permaisuri Bainun forms a circular shaped road that allows travelers to go around the major places of this area.
Hotel Fairmont is located on the west end of the road while there are a few main shopping landmarks here. At the intersection to Jalan Leong Kim Seng, there are the Econsave Cash and Carry Ipoh and The Store Department Store on both ends while Premier International University operates along this road as well as the Quest International University Perak or QUIP. Meanwhile, you will find Sekolah Menengah Kebangsaan (P) Methodist (MGS) Ipoh here which is one of the top schools in the region.
Another landmark here is the Salvation Army’s Children Home, the Perak Community Specialist Hospital and the Ipoh City Country Club at the east end before Jalan Raja Permaisuri Bainun intertwines with Jalan Raja Dr Nazrin Shah, another main road in the capital.
Permaisuri Bainun Demographics
A distinctive feature about Jalan Raja Permaisuri Bainun is that it has a healthy blend of offices and schools. As such, it is very common to have students and school children who are using the public and private transportation along this road. Besides that, working adults, white collar workers and young executives who are in the vehicle owner category use this road to commute between home and work each day, contributing to the traffic flow which can sometimes come to a complete standstill.
Unlike other main roads around Ipoh, Jalan Raja Permaisuri Bainun experiences moderate to peak traffic conditions during other times apart from the rush hours. As there are schools and universities here, the traffic condition is usually peak and super peak in the mornings and evenings. This is most common around the middle part of the road. Coming in from the Jalan Tokong roundabout, the traffic is moderate at most times and it then eases up until the Perak Community Specialist Hospital. From there, it will then start to peak again before convening with Jalan Raja Dr Nazrin Shah. At times, the congestion from the Jalan Sultan Azlan Shah intersection will spillover into this road, causing a heavy flow of traffic which is quite common during the weekends.
Jalan Sultan Idris Shah
Landmarks and Subroads Jalan Sultan Idris Shah It starts from the west end where the St Michael’s Institution is located along the Jalan Panglima Bukit Gantang Wahab junction and runs all the way along Jalan S.P Seenivasagam towards the east until Bulatan Sultan Ismail. This roundabout is where the Mentri Besar’s Official Residence is situated.
From the roundabout, Jalan Sultan Idris Shah heads out towards the northeastern areas of Ipoh through Jalan Raja Dihilir while it heads towards the southeastern area through Jalan Raja Dr Nazrin Shah and towards the west via Jalan Sultan Iskandar. Along Jalan Sultan Idris Shah, there are several intersections that will head to major landmarks like Ipoh Parade located opposite SM Samtet, one of the top schools in the city. Sekolah Kebangsaan Convent Ipoh is located along this stretch as well while there are major petrol stations like Shell and Caltex operating along it as well.
Jalan Sultan Idris Shah runs adjacent with Jalan Sultan Iskandar which is located on the south of this road and between them are places like the Onn Kee Taugeh, the Ching Han Guan Biscuit Manufacturing company as well as the Ipoh City Police Station.
Jalan Sultan Idris Shah Demographics
Jalan Sultan Idris Shah cuts across a lot of major locations in Ipoh. Among the prominent spots here include office buildings and corporate spaces which means that it is used by white collar workers each day to travel to and from work. Working adults and young executives who are vehicle owners use this road to commute between the spaces. Besides that, Jalan Sultan Idris Shah is used by private vehicles to ferry students to school as there are several major institutions here, including SK Samtet and St Michael’s Institution. During the weekends, families and young couples use Jalan Sultan Idris to travel to the nearby shopping and entertainment outlets in the city centre.
As a main road in Ipoh, Jalan Sultan Idris Shah is a place known for its traffic congestion. This makes the road an extremely attractive spot for outdoor advertising as they can be seen by a large group of audience ranging from school children to working adults. From Jalan Panglima Bukit Gantang Wahab, you will experience peak to super peak traffic flow coming into Jalan Sultan Idris Shah. The flow is then moderate to peak until the Jalan Dato Onn Jaafar where traffic becomes peak again. This is the same situation at the Jalan Yang Kalsom junction where it then eases before reaching the roundabout.
High Traffic Areas in Ipoh
Ipoh Kinta City AEON
Ipoh Kinta City AEON is a shopping centre located along Jalan Sultan Azlan Shah, one of the main roads in Ipoh city, Perak.
Intersection between Jalan Sultan Azlan Shah and Persiaran Medan Ipoh
The traffic flow along these roads are very slow and heavy starting in the early hours of the morning and goes on until around 10pm at night. Your ads will surely garner high impressions throughout the day from both pedestrians and vehicles.