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A Visit To Hawaii in Teluk Intan

A DAY TRIP TO THE BAY...  Teluk Intan, here we come!

A few of us planned to go to this bay area called Teluk Intan, it is quite far from Ipoh cos there is no highway leading to this town.  We took about two hours to reach, passing by smaller towns and padi fields.  My last visit was a few years back before I retire, I came for official duty with a few of my colleagues for auditing.  Now a few years later, I am back again....

Teluk Intan is the third largest town in Perak and the main attraction is their own Leaning Tower erected in 1885 by a Chinese builder.  It is called the Leaning Tower because it started to tilt four years after its construction due to an underground stream.  Since then, it has become the icon of Teluk Intan.... something similar to Leaning Tower in Italy....
The Leaning Tower... aka Clock Tower... 
We parked our car nearby and walked around the vicinity... 
Firstly... to look for Food!
Recommended by one of the locals.... Hawaii is the name of the shop... 
Hawaii... exotic food and colourful desserts!
A place for all races... 
We opted for the cooling air inside the shop instead of the sidewalk... 
While waiting for the food!
We shared a bowl of Laksa...
A bowl of curry noodles.... 
And their special Rojak as well...
Something different from those sold in Ipoh!
Something cooling for me... 
A mixed bowl of fruits to share... 
Yes, food for the Trio... 
Something light for the first round... 

Comments

  1. hah..hah... got Hawaii in Teluk Intan? Then I remembered I read about this place from Nancy's blog. Very nice outing with fantastic makan!

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  2. I also remember reading from Nancy blog about this place...

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  3. Nice meal in Hawaii. I need something cooling like your dessert right now.

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  4. I totally forgot that I read this Hawaii in Teluk Intan from Nancy's post so I was wondering what has Hawaii got to do with Teluk Intan when I saw the title of your post.

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  5. I thought you went hawaii when i first read your blog title lol

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  6. Famous place kah? Never been to Teluk Intan. I must go on a road trip sometime.

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  7. The Laksa looks very good! You look so cute in the pink skirt and black top!!

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  8. nice food....but the shop name abit off....I thought they sell Hawaii food..

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  9. We went looking for Mamak food, ended up in Hawaii! Lol!

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