Discover the historical, cultural, culinary and natural charm of Teluk Intan with a city tour and River Safari.
Teluk Intan was once known as Teluk Anson, coined after Major-General Sir Archibald Edward Harbord Anson who planned for its modern township in 1882. It was later changed to Teluk Intan in 1982, which means ‘Diamond Bay’ and was a stronghold for the Perak Royal Court. This ancient town tucked in the midst of a modern world is sure to captivate you on your next trip here.
Arrive at Intan Walk Seafood Restaurant
Enjoy a welcome drink upon arrival.
Explore the local streets with a local and get local insights.
The city tour covers the main attractions within Teluk Intan, including the historical buildings, religious sites and food spots. Historic landmarks will be prioritized first.
- Pos Malaysia
- Old Court House
- HSBC Bank Building
- Old Police Station (1882)
- Leaning Clock Tower (1885)
- 1st World War Memorial Stone (1914-1918)
- Hock Soon Keong Chinese Temple(1845)
- Saint Athony Church
- Murugan Indian Temple
- Madrasah Al-Ihsaniah (1901)
- Former Perak Raja Muda Palace
- 22th Sultan Perak Tomb(1857)
- King George 5 Octagonal Memorial Pavilion (1935)
Tea Time At Intan Walk Seafood Restaurant
River cruise to Bird Sanctuary at Pulau Bangau and Firefly Watching Tour
Explore history, nature and life along the river on your own to Pulau Bangau. You will be equipped with a life jacket on the cruise. You will notice many historical sights including sand-mining ships, old jetties and buildings. For those who like bird-watching, try spotting some of the river birds that rest along Pulau Bangau. You will also pass a fish farm and the waterfront.
Towards the evening, we will go for a firefly watching tour to see beautiful lights of Nature shimmer by the mangrove riverbanks.
Dinner At Intan Walk Seafood Restaurant
Accommodation can be arranged upon request.
Intan Walk Seafood Restaurant, Jalan Maharajalela, Teluk Intan, Perak, MalaysiaHow to get there