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Leaning Tower Of Teluk Intan

After the riverfront erosion area, the next stop was the Leaning Tower of Teluk Intan... also commonly known to be equivalent to the world famous Leaning Tower of Pisa in Italy! LOL...

Both of these towers have something in common... yes, both are leaning or should I say, slanting to one side....

taken at certain angles ..
the "slant" is not so obvious...

nearer version...

it is actually a 3 storey building, not 8...

I didn't climb up... no stamina.... pufff....

ok, maybe this one can see it slant a bit...

the oldest passenger in our bus...
see her "canggih" umbrella... hands-free!

opposite the tower is another famous biscuit shop
founded in 1959...

before we left, we took a group photo...
no joke.. 42 of us... not easy to assemble us together..

me and my friends.. and my mama....
gosh.. how come I seem to be shorter than my mum???

Comments

  1. Blogger Sasha Tan said...

    cos u didn't stand straight that's why.. hahah otherwise u and her same same height

    October 12, 2011 8:30 PM
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    Blogger Gratitude said...

    Aha my 1st time seeing your mom! Glad that you gals had a nice time, judging from the smiles (almost to grinning) :)
    +Ant+

    October 12, 2011 8:36 PM
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    Anonymous Pam said...

    Cuti-cuti Malaysia can be fun too... hoh?

    October 12, 2011 8:59 PM
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    Blogger Henry Tan said...

    hahaha! ur mama taller than you!
    btw i havent been there yet! =(

    October 12, 2011 10:21 PM
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    Blogger Cathj said...

    I always wanted to come here but until now belum sampai... Ah yaaaaaa....

    October 12, 2011 10:24 PM
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    Blogger Cheryl Roth said...

    Thanks for visiting my blog Heart to Heart at Home and leaving a comment. I love to travel too. Looks like you had a good time on this trip.

    October 12, 2011 10:32 PM
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    Blogger reanaclaire said...

    sasha: consoling... :)


    gratitude: take pictures sure have to smile..


    pam: not even cuti yet.. :)

    October 12, 2011 10:38 PM
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    Blogger reanaclaire said...

    henry: now only i noticed...hahaha..


    cath: teluk intan will wait for u..


    cheryl: it was just a one day trip.. simple trip... :)

    October 12, 2011 10:45 PM
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    OpenID gigihawaii said...

    Is that your mother? She looks so young! And I love that hands-free umbrella! I want one!!! lol.

    October 12, 2011 11:08 PM
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  2. sorry, commentors.. I have to delete my earlier post and pasted up a new one .. so the comments are a bit haywired...

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  3. gigi: yes, she is my mum.. in her 70s already.. :)

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  4. now that looks familiar to me for Teluk Intan.. hey, you still want stand there and "push" the tower?? later it really collapse then how?? haha~~ :D

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  5. sk, if collapse, i will be the most famous lady in the whole world.. superwoman! hahaha...

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  6. Such an interesting landmark! :) And yes, i do see it slanting :P

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  7. i never seen it that slanting..eh, do you think it's still moving?? hehe..

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  8. Gosh, that tower really IS leaning, and it is so pretty, too! I want an umbrella like that!!!

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  9. I thought Pisa had something unique?

    Greetings,
    Filip

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  10. Biscuit shop also slanting, it seems? In Sibu, lots of slanting houses...in the sinking areas - swampy land...foundation not good or strong enough.

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  11. isaac: it is due to soft soil.. :)


    lena: but many years like that.. wont topple, right?


    ginny: yeah, handsfree umbrella!


    filip: something common here?


    stp: no la.. not biscuit shop.. hahaha..

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  12. thanks for the fun!


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  13. Your mom looks so young and energetic.

    And I think you have the same height as your mom.

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  14. I've never been there... Looks interesting!

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  15. been here before.. so amazint this building like Italy Leaning Tower

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  16. littlekitboy: pheww...


    hayley: yeah, something historic and amazing..


    nikel: yes, both have this in common! :)

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  17. I ve to senget my head while looking at the leaning tower...lol!!

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  18. Shame shame on me,,,never been there at all,how shame,calling myself Malaysian,sigh

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  19. Heard of this tower but never been there. M'sia also have lots of interesting place to visit hor.

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  20. Is the tower leaning or am I the one leaning? hahaha

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  21. oh.. did you had a try on the chee cheong fun? another 'must' to be in Teluk Intan.. :D

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  22. I love te umbrella! Am looking high and low for that!

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  23. Have read so much about this leaning tower but haven't been there before even though I come from the same state! Haha how come you're shorter than your mom? Was she wearing high heels? :P

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  24. Everything seems to be slanting, even you people, the effect of the building I guess. Your mama is so strong and active somemore. From the smiles in everyone face, I guess this trip is an enjoyable one.

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  25. Oh tower still leaning but not on the lamp post..haha.

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  26. I've seen it in TV before. Must bring my family there one day!

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