Teluk Intan or once called Teluk Anson was a small town getting bigger with many new buildings in the new town area a few kilometers away from the city centre. Spent a night in the city walking about the famous 'menara condong' which I believe is the heart of Teluk Intan. Went to a pasar malam and spend a few malaysian quids on some sticks of fried prawn balls. I spent the rest of the night reading half of a 200 pages novel after taking some photos of Teluk Intan.
The next morning, woke up with some durians as breakfast. Ate the famous Ayam Goreng Rempah in teluk intan. Then we set up to the next location, an hour away from us, Ipoh. On our way to Ipoh I saw a board with 'Kellie's castle' written on and decided to stop by to say hi to the infamous, said to be wandering ghost of Lord Kellie. He's the owner of the castle which is actually more like a mansion. The mansion is unfinished because the lord died before he had the chance to live in it. The scenery was somehow unique and relaxing with winds and warm clouds accompanying us while we took our steps around the unfinished mansion. Came after a newly wed chinese couple taking their wedding photos there. It was an okay experience but I'd not spent another Rm4 to come to the castle again.
Then we set off again to Ipoh as it began to drizzle. We arrived in Ipoh in a friend's rented house. Meet up some old Ipoh friends and chatted for quite sometime before we played football together. That night, we ate the long awaited Ikan Pari Bakar of sarini tersorok, near Kinta, Perak. It tasted exactly the same as the last time I tried it early last year. Delicious and satisfying. I slept satisfied that night.
When the sun rises, we prepared to go out to eat and decided to stop at Rahman's Nasi Kandar. Well known for students of ip ipoh. I gobbled a crispy tosai with parpu and after finishing continued our sight-seeing journey into the town of Ipoh. Some places changed with few new buildings erected. The sight-seeing is then completed with a nice plate of Nasi Ayam Merah or more known as Nasi Ganja in the town of Ipoh. On our way back to my friend's house we stopped to buy some cekodok and cucur udang in front of IP ipoh. These were all places we've been through countless times when we studied in Ipoh.
Then I continued my paths to the next stop, Sungai Petani. Till next update.