Teluk Intan might be a small town in Perak but it is rich with heritage and history.. In the early days, the town was known as Teluk Mak Intan, after a female Mandailing trader. It was here that th…
Really love the vibe of this midnight supper road side stall. I enjoy the charcoal Fried Kway Teow, tasty and soft.
Come at night, not hot and with a light show, with some food trucks and vendors selling bubble soap. 夜里的斜塔【安顺】 晚上来看亮灯的安顺斜塔，气温舒适，灯光迷人，还有一些小吃车和卖泡泡肥皂的摊贩。
Wonderful place for local seafood. The medium size big head prawn is about RM 10 each, fresh meat and fragrant soy sauce. The Kum Heong Crab (big size one RM 90 per kg, each about 500-600g) is..
Go for the sunset river cruise (RM 30) with a visit to Pulau Bangau to watch thousands of migratory birds. A must do in Teluk Intan, absolutely worth it.
Bought some Heong Peah and Tau Sa Piah.
One of the best Chinese Fried Donut I have in a while: fresh, crispy, flavourful with good ingredients. Yau Zha Guai very crispy on the outside, soft inside. Ham Chim Peng very flavourful, and red..
Lo Han Kuo (RM 5) is perfect on a hot weather day, not too sweet and comes with jelly made of luo han guo. Rojak (RM 7) is good as well, thick sauce.
A tiny temple by the riverside.
A children's playground park by the river. There is a tower which provides a good view of the river. Some locals take an afternoon nap here.
Decent Mee Rebus, Curry Noodle and Coffee. RM 14.50