Perched on a hill overlooking a street, Tanah Rata Convent, Cameron Highlands was once used by the British army as a hospital. Now it is simply a primary school for all girls. I couldn't believe my eyes when I see this old Roman Catholic Convent school is a fusion of a myriad of architectural styles - Gothic / Romanesque by my amateur eyes.
True to Malaysia's poor heritage preservation programs, silly unnecessary and downright ugly elements are added. Evident here: amateur paintings of Garfield the cat.
Old, rusty doorknob.
The classroom, with a very different style from the main facade. Again, the beauty of the building is tarnished by the plastic awnings.
The bathroom - sinks with yellow pipelines.
The classroom with wooden floor and typical government school gaudy decoration (note the yellow frilly tablecloth covered in plastic).
The chimney - not sure whether it is still functioning.