Teluk Intan boasts its own equivalent to the world famous Leaning Tower of Pisa in Italy, right here at the heart of the Teluk Intan town centre. Like its Italian counterpart, the Leaning Tower of Teluk Intan has a leftward slant and all the ingredients to make it an architectural sight to behold.
Standing ay 25.5m tall, its construction detail gives it an appearance which comprises of eight different levels. Once inside, however, one will be surprised to discover that the building is actually divided into only three storeys.
This pagoda-style structure was built in 1885 by a Chinese contractor by the name of Leong Choon Chong and was originally used as a covered water tank to store portable water for the immediate vicinity. Today it stands as an architectural oddity that continues to attract visitors to Teluk Intan.
Enjoy the breathtaking scenery, clean air along the Perak river. This river is the source for local famous ‘Udang Galah’. Playground also available for kids to enjoy themselves.
Pre-war houses which used to be chettiar houses and still it is.
Liew Kee’s famous chee cheong fun who only operates at night (Non-halal). His fame is shown in NTV7.
Another Teluk Intan fame is the ‘Rojak Ah Chai’ which also aired in NTV7.
Saturday Night Market - (Sunday Morning Market) Every Saturday night and Sunday morning, there will be a flea market selling local Malay delicacies. The location is near the Leaning Tower.
Chitra Pournami Festival - During beginning of May or sometimes end of April, there will be a festival of observed on the day of the full moon in the month of Chitirai. The whole street at the city center will be closed and a lots of stalls selling various of Hindu traditional snacks, offerings and others are being set up. This is the largest festival held in Teluk Intan every year and it is very similar to Thaipusam.
Pekan Baru Wet Marke t- Every Sunday morning, there will be a flea market selling varieties of stuff, clothes,local food and fresh food ingredients. The market also sell the food ingredients during normal days. Only during Sunday, the place is crowded with hawkers and customers. The location is near to the Pekan Baru.