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FOOD REVIEW KEDAI KOPI AH WAH TELUK INTAN

Hi,
Bringing you to where early birds go for breakfast in Teluk Intan, Perak, Malaysia.  This is where locals go for breakfast in the morning because of the tasty Chinese style Mee Rebus.  It is situated near the St.Anthony primary school(its in the first picture XD) and Convent primary school so it is kind of hidden.  Here is where you get good Hailam coffee.  Hailam clan(one of the Chinese clans) are known to make really good traditional Chinese coffee.
The coffee is different from the western Americano or Latte because of the secret blends.  So, let's go and visit here.

Here is the Kedai Kopi Ah Wah, Teluk Intan. It is situated at Jalan Sungai Nibong.


Kedai Kopi Ah Wah, Teluk Intan
Kedai Kopi Ah Wah, Teluk Intan
Here is the shop from the outside.
Kedai Kopi Ah Wah, Teluk Intan
Kedai Kopi Ah Wah, Teluk Intan
The place where they made the noodles.
Kedai Kopi Ah Wah, Teluk Intan
Kedai Kopi Ah Wah, Teluk Intan

Kedai Kopi Ah Wah, Teluk Intan
Kedai Kopi Ah Wah, Teluk Intan

Kedai Kopi Ah Wah, Teluk Intan
Ice Coffee Hailam
Their Ice Coffee Hailam. It is really good.
Kedai Kopi Ah Wah, Teluk Intan
Mee Rebus
This is their Chinese style Mee Rebus. What is good about their Mee Rebus is their Prawn crackers are super crispy and tasty.  As for the portion it is small but some people probably need to order the big portion plates to be truly satisfied eating. There eggs, potato, bean sprouts and orange sauce.  It is spicy, sourish and sweet at the same time.

Overall, service is fast and the place is clean.  Food is also great.  Just that one might need to wait if there are too many people since most comes with family.

Price:
Mee Rebus RM4.00
Coffee RM1.50

Kedai Kopi Ah Wah, Jalan Syed Abu Bakar, 36000 Teluk Intan, Perak, Malaysia

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FOOD REVIEW ON MEDAN SELERA GLUTTON SQUARE TELUK INTAN, PERAK, MALAYSIA

Hi foodies,

This is a food adventure in Glutton Square Teluk Intan, Perak, Malaysia where locals go for food.  If you are looking for some place to eat in the afternoon, try checking the stalls in there.  Here are some of the food available in Glutton Square. Glutton Square oppposite of the Sekolah Agama Rakyat dan Dewan Masjid India Muslim.

Do know that the toilet cost RM0.40 when it used to be free in the past.

Glutton Square Teluk Intan
Glutton Square Teluk Intan
Glutton Square Teluk Intan
Glutton Square Teluk Intan

Glutton Square Teluk Intan
Glutton Square Teluk Intan

Glutton Square Teluk Intan
Glutton Square Teluk Intan
Examples of stalls here
Bar Bee Nyonya Kuih, Glutton Square Teluk Intan
Bar Bee Nyonya Kuih, Glutton Square Teluk Intan
This is most famous for the delicious Nyonya Kuih which means special traditional cakes which I really like too.  You can only get Nyonya Kueh in Malaysia and not other countries XD

curry mee, Glutton Square Teluk Intan
curry mee
This is curry mee. Curry noodles are just okay. It is not particular delicious.
Yong Tau Fu Glutton Square Teluk Intan
Yong Tau Fu, Glutton Square Teluk Intan
Yong Tau Fu is a mixture of many types of fish balls, meat balls, vege balls and fried fish cakes in a clear soup eaten with sauce.

Glutton Square Teluk Intan
Glutton Square Teluk Intan
The noodles stalls

Bar Bee Nyonya Kuih, Glutton Square Teluk Intan
Bar Bee Nyonya Kuih, Glutton Square Teluk Intan
Here are the traditional Nyonya Kuih that you can get from that stalls. These are really delicious as it is still made using the traditional way with good ingredients.

Bar Bee Nyonya Kuih, Glutton Square Teluk Intan
Bar Bee Nyonya Kuih, Glutton Square Teluk Intan
Glutton Square Teluk Intan
Glutton Square Teluk Intan
I don't know the name of this traditional cake in English.  Let's just called it dumpling. This dumpling is delicious for the skin is really thin and made from rice flour with shrimp inside.

Bar Bee Nyonya Kuih, Glutton Square Teluk Intan
Pulut Bakar, Bar Bee Nyonya Kuih
This is the aunthetic Pulut Bakar (grilled glutinous rice) . Rest assure about the colouring as they use colouring from a blue flower plant.  The beautiful blue colour comes from that flower and it is in fact good for eyes.  Inside the Pulut Bakar contains dried fine shrimp which is really nice.  It is wrap with banana leaves. Mmm, so delicious.

Pulut Bakar, Bar Bee Nyonya Kuih
Pulut Bakar, Bar Bee Nyonya Kuih

Dumpling Bar Bee Nyonya Kuih Glutton Square Teluk Intan
Pulut Bakar, Bar Bee Nyonya Kuih
This is dumpling with pork inside and some other things.  It is okay but I prefer other traditional cakes.




Medan Selera Glutton Square Teluk Intan
Jalan Pasir Bedamar, Pekan Teluk Intan, 36000 Teluk Intan, Perak, Malaysia


Price of food depends on what you order.  It is Non-Halal.

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FOOD REVIEW ON ABDULLAH MASTAN GHANY MEE REBUS&ROJAK, TELUK INTAN, MALAYSIA

Hi foodies,

Today is a Halal food journey to Teluk Intan, Perak, Malaysia .  It is one of the must eat place if you come to Teluk Intan.

It is located at Abdullah Mastan Ghany Mee Rebus & Rojak at Jalan Ah Cheong, Pekan Teluk Intan, 36000 Teluk Intan, Perak, Malaysia which is opposite the Store.

The Store Teluk Intan


Abdullah Mastan Ghany Mee Rebus & Rojak
Abdullah Mastan Ghany Mee Rebus & Rojak
It is a small shop opposite The Store. There will always be people siting there for mee rebus.  As I said there is only mee rebus here but you can order other drinks.

Abdullah Mastan Ghany Mee Rebus & Rojak
Abdullah Mastan Ghany Mee Rebus & Rojak
Here is where they cook right in front of you.
Abdullah Mastan Ghany Mee Rebus & Rojak
Abdullah Mastan Ghany Mee Rebus & Rojak

Sirap Abdullah Mastan Ghany Mee Rebus & Rojak
Sirap
This is sirap or you can called the hibiscus water.  This one contains the cincau (grass jelly) which is cooling to the body.

ABC (Ais Batu Campur) Abdullah Mastan Ghany Mee Rebus & Rojak
ABC (Ais Batu Campur)
ABC(Ais Batu Campur) which is a Malaysian Dessert.  If Korean have their Bingsu, to Malaysian this is our ice dessert.  It contains specially cendol, hibiscus syrup, red beans, jellies and sweet corn.  A really sweet treat on a hot day.


ABC (Ais Batu Campur) Abdullah Mastan Ghany Mee Rebus & Rojak
ABC (Ais Batu Campur)

ABC(Ais Batu Campur) Abdullah Mastan Ghany Mee Rebus & Rojak
ABC(Ais Batu Campur)
Mee Rebus Abdullah Mastan Ghany Mee Rebus & Rojak
Condiment for Mee Rebus 
This is the condiment that you need to squeeze into the Mee Rebus for it to have sweet sour taste.
Mee Rebus Abdullah Mastan Ghany Mee Rebus & Rojak
Mee Rebus 

This  is Abdullah Mastan Ghany Mee Rebus speciality.  Remember to try this because it is good. The yellow noodles comes with boiled eggs, prawn cracker, boiled cube size potato, a little toufu and beans sprout(I asked to not include it since i hate been bean sprouts).  The sauce is yes orange colour. It is sweet, sour and spicy so if you hate spicy food then I guess you will probably not able to enjoy this goodness.

However, it was way tastier during their grandfather(the first generation) . During that time it was wrap securely using banana leaves with newspaper and the crackers was so so so gooooooood.


Price:
Mee Rebus RM 4.50
ABC RM3.20
Sirap RM1.20
Addition of GST 6%

Abdullah Mastan Ghany Mee Rebus & Rojak
8A,Jalan Ah Cheong, Pekan Teluk Intan, 36000 Teluk Intan, Perak, Malaysia



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WHAT TO EAT IN TELUK INTAN, PERAK, MALAYSIA

Hi wanderlusts,
When you are travelling to another place, it is also about the food.  Since I wrote about the things to see in Teluk Intan, here is the food in Teluk Intan.  There are some Halal food that you can find in Teluk Intan but please do not visit them during Hari Raya or during Chinese New Year, there is nothing that you can get to eat if you visit Teluk Intan during that two big festivals in Malaysia.

Here are some places that locals eat and places to eat in Teluk Intan. I will have individual post for some of the places to eat since I went to more than 3 places to eat and it is too long to put in this one post.

Glutton Square,Teluk Intan
Glutton Square,Teluk Intan
Glutton Square,Teluk Intan. Full review Here

Abdullah Mastan Ghany Mee Rebus
Abdullah Mastan Ghany Mee Rebus
Abdullah Mastan Ghany Mee Rebus. A halal must eat place. Some said it is the best ever Mee Rebus in Malaysia. Reviewed Here

Kedai Kopi Ah Wah, Teluk Intan, Perak, Malaysia
Kedai Kopi Ah Wah
Kedai Kopi Ah Wah is already more than 20 years and it is one of the best place for breakfast =). Reviewed Here


Restoran Zhiang Hiang
Restoran Zhiang Hiang
This is just okay. I was there because I just wanted to try out new places.

Nasi Kandar Changkat Jong
Nasi Kandar Changkat Jong
Nasi Kandar Changkat Jong


Rojak Ah Chai, Teluk Intan
Rojak Ah Chai, Teluk Intan
Rojak Ah Chai, Teluk Intan

Sam Siew Yeh Chee Cheong Fan
Sam Siew Yeh Chee Cheong Fan
Sam Siew Yeh Chee Cheong Fan is one of the Chee Cheong Fan that locals go at night. it only opens at night XD 
Sin Joo Heong Confectionery, Teluk Intan, Perak, Malaysia
Sin Joo Heong Confectionery, Teluk Intan

Sin Joo Heong Confectionery, Teluk Intan, Perak, Malaysia.  One of the places to buy those Heong Piah- a type of traditional biscuits. This shop is honestly more expensive and they charged the GST 6% so I got a packet for RM20.


Kedai Biskut GL, Teluk Intan

This place is just to the Sin Joo Heong Confectionery, Teluk Intan and also have good traditional confectioneries.  This shop is cheaper in terms of their price =)  .



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TRAVEL TO TELUK INTAN DECEMBER 2016

Hi Wanderlusts,


It has been long since I talked about food and also travelling. I am separating this post with the food post or else I cannot fit this inside one post. I don’t earn much so I can only afford to travel in Malaysia so if you are looking for some other Asians’ hot spot for youngster, then this is probably not going to be it.


Teluk Intan actually means “Diamond Bay” if translated to English. It sounds really glamorous right? No, there is no diamond mine to dig from this place XD. The name is taken from a famous beautiful women that got her diamond fall into the river that she was bathing and this the name.

Leaning tower Teluk Intan
Leaning tower of Teluk Intan


Teluk Intan
Teluk Intan


Teluk Intan
Teluk Intan



This place is full of one ingredients that is in the Ultimate Nourishing Rice Overnight Spa Mask and Ultimate Moisturizing Honey Overnight Mask

If you have managed to guess it correctly. Yes, it is the oil palm trees! This is how it look like if you are interested in seeing how one of the ingredient looks like.

oil palm trees Teluk Intan
oil palm trees


Nope, it doesn’t smell nice and it doesn’t shade well. More like stinky oily earthy smell and if you work with the palm oil before. So, let’s stop discussing about palm oil. I am sorry that I bore you.





Leaning tower Teluk Intan
Leaning tower of Teluk Intan

Teluk Intan
Leaning tower
Okay, here is the famous leaning tower of Teluk Intan which is build since 1885-you can call it Dupe of Pisa, Italy. Hahahaha. It is leaning and just hope that it doesn’t come crashing down anytime soon. If you look at it, you might think that it is eight storey high but it is actually just three storey high. It is used as water tank to distribute water in the past. Yeah, talk about the hardship when people have to walk really far, queue up for hours to carry precious water back home. Now, it is a Natural Heritage, historical monument and there is maintained because the colour does seems better compare to picture in the past.

Teluk Intan
Teluk Intan

Teluk Intan
Kompleks Aik Aik
Kompleks Aik Aik. There are some small shops selling accessories in there. It feels abandoned because there are not many tenants in there and it is so dark in there that you will feel like it is some sort haunted building.
Teluk Intan
The Store

The Store. This is a shopping store. It is not really that huge but okay for shopping. If you like shopping, then Kuala Lumpur would be more interesting and better. There is a popular Halal shop for mee rebus right across this building so this is a landmark if you plan to for the Mee Rebus. I will talk about that in my food post.
Temple in Teluk Intan
Temple in Teluk Intan

Temple in Teluk Intan
Temple in Teluk Intan

Temple in Teluk Intan
Temple in Teluk Intan

Temple in Teluk Intan
Temple in Teluk Intan

Temple in Teluk Intan
Temple in Teluk Intan

This is the temple near the public bank in the town. This temple is really old and older than the Leaning tower of Teluk Intan. Of course it, this is the part of old area of how Teluk Intan used to look like. The area in front of the building will sink every time it rains so it is dangerous. That is why you can see the tires and sand in front of here. It won’t get fill up no matter how much people fill in.

Even most shop near there closes down. There is a story of how Teluk Intan leaning tower came about after this temple but it is known to only a few of the older generation. Anyone interested to listen to some grandmother story????

road in Teluk Intan
road


The road that makes you feel like you are in some western country but minus the high 36 Celsius degree temperature. Beautiful right?



old house in Teluk Intan
old house in Teluk Intan

This is an example of an old house. No, we don’t live in the trees. This is in the 1950s where life is difficult and it is said that houses in this row are haunted. Now, most of it had collapsed or demolished.


There is a river here but only if you are interested on a YELLOW river with a story about two crocodiles in there. I only heard it from the locals that there is two crocodiles living in that river.

There isn’t much to see in Teluk Intan other than the famous dupe of Pisa tower. If you are here, food is your second reason to visit Teluk Intan. I will recommend all the food that I ate in the next post because it is way too long to talk about it here.


I will suggest to drive if you plan to come over to Teluk Intan because public transport is not readily available and difficult. All food places are far from each other. Moreover, remember to get those parking ticket from a bookstore (you need a parking ticket else you will need to pay compound ) and it is always congested(with cars) in the town.


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