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My First Visit To Bagan Datuk Hai Yong Restaurant

NEXT STOP BAGAN DATUK FISHING VILLAGE...

We made a quick stop to Teluk Intan to get some cookies and snacks, the journey from Kampar to Teluk Intan is around one hour plus.  After that, another 45 minutes drive all the way to Bagan Datuk to visit this fishing village where our main attraction was.  
 
This is the place we had our lunch..... 
The man standing nearby is our tour guide...
He has been here for 30 over times....
According to our tour guide, this is the best one around.... 
The footway leading to the restaurant....
Fishing village was very quiet.... 
And not so after we had our lunch....
The many trawlers docking around there....
We took the opportunity to take the pictures before the crowd arrived...
Alright, don't look at how they prepare the food....
Might not have a good appetite after watching them...
LOL....
This is part of our food platter.... 
From the eel family....
I did not see these pictures till I finished the lunch...
These two photos above were taken by my friend...
After our lunch, the crowd started arriving...
Oh, my lunch post?
That will be in the next post... 
LOL.. 


Comments

  1. Thank you Claire for all these detailed photos. Now I don't need to go visit there myself already. Can see the seafood up close and personal.

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  2. The food is as fresh as it gets! Wow, this place is a restaurant, but also a good adventure to tour!

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  3. Lucky you, getting to travel around. We're staying home all throughout the holidays, not going anywhere but we do go out to eat a lot. Trying out new as well as some old familiar places that we have not been to for so long because of the pandemic.

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  4. It looks rather quiet without the pre pandemic tourists

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