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Persiaran Swiss-Garden, Damai Laut, Off Jalan, Jalan Teluk Senangin, Manjung, Malaysia, 32200
Laguna 1 Jln Utama Marina Island, Marina Island Pangkor, Lumut, Malaysia, 32200
Lot 203 & 366, Jalan Iskandar Shah, Manjung, Malaysia, 32200
No. 1, Taman Sitiawan Maju 2. Jalan Lumut, Sitiawan, Malaysia , Manjung, Malaysia, 32000
Prior to 1973, Manjung district was called Dindings. During the British colonial era, Dindings comprised of three main areas which are Lumut, Pangkor Island and Sitiawan. In 1937, Dindings was returned to Perak after Sultan of Perak, Sultan Iskandar Alang successfully appealed to the British. The signing ceremony of the treaty returning the Dindings district to the Perak State government was held on 16 February 1935 in front of Lumut Rest House. On 1st January 1982, Dindings district changed its name to Manjung district.
Manjung is a district in the southwestern part of Perak, Malaysia situated in between Sitiawan and Lumut. The capital is Bandar Seri Manjung followed by several smaller towns which include Acheh Industrial Estates, Ayer Tawar, Beruas, Damai Laut, Desa Manjung Raya, Lumut Port, Manjung Point, Pantai Remis and Sitiawan town.
There are flights to Ipoh provided by Malaysia Airlines, Malindo Air, Firefly and Air Asia. From the airport, guests may hail up a taxi to Manjung.
There are two federal highways available, one is linking Lumut with Ipoh and the other one is linking Lumut to Kuala Lumpur by passing through Teluk Intan. From Butterworth, situated to the north, the entry to Manjung can be accessible by using the road to Pantai Remis or Beruas. Most express buses are based in Medan Gopeng in Ipoh.
Other public transport available in Manjung district are the Bas Rakyat 1 Malaysia and also the blue bus carrying a promotional message ‘Bandar Pelancongan dan Maritim’ (Tourism and Maritime Town) which covers areas such as Beruas, Changkat Keruing, Lekir, Lumut, Pantai Remis, Pasir Panjang, Segari and Simpang Empat Sitiawan. Taxis may carry passengers towards the destination requested.
One of the most well known island in Malaysia is the Pangkor Island. Pangkor Island is located in Manjung and draws a lot of tourists to its many beautiful beaches on the western coastline such as Pantai Pasir Bogak, Pantai Puteri Dewi, Teluk Belanga, Teluk Cempedak, Teluk Nipah and Teluk Segadas. Pangkor Island is also a fishing village that produces good quality anchovies and dried squids.
Besides Pangkor Island, inland beaches such as Teluk Batik, Teluk Rubiah and Teluk Senangin are also popular while Pantai Pasir Panjang is the longest beach in Manjung.
Local famous delicacies of Manjung includes Rojak Manjung selling at the D’Mara Plaza, Sitiawan. Rojak Manjung is Encik Kamahizad’s family legacy for more than twenty years. Rojak Manjung is famous for its prawn fritters and unique concoction of its rojak gravy. Other interesting dish here is the mixed rice served with mushroom rendang.
In 1974, there is this guy called James who dresses like a hotel employee with a suit completes with a bow tie selling his ‘James Cendol’ by the roadside on his three wheel bicycle. Nowadays, ‘James Cendol’ has become an icon in Sitiawan, Manjung. James sells regular cendol as well as with added glutinous rice.
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