Perak, Malaysia · 13 hotels available
Located at the roundabout intersection of Jalan Teh Peh Kong, Jalan Taiping and Jalan Dewan, the clock tower in Parit Buntar was completed in 1959 and opened by Father of Independence, Tunku Abdul Rahman on Aug 24, 1961. The clock was inaugurated by Tunku Abdul Rahman on August 24, 1961, to commemorate the progress and prosperity of all the people of Parit Buntar. This clock tower acts as one of the important symbols of our country’s independence. It also was erected to commemorate the birth of a nation known as Malaysia. It was infused with Moorish architecture and inscription of “Peringatan Kemerdekaan Persekutuan Tanah Melayu,” was officiated on Jan 20, 1963, by Tun Abdul Razak who was then deputy prime minister. It was built at a cost of 3,370 dollars, with the money collected from local residents. Recently, the clock tower underwent renovation when Kampar was declared a district two years ago.
From Kuala Lumpur city centre to Parit Clock tower, it takes around 3 hours 35 minutes to reach KLIA station by using North-South highway
There are daily flights from Subang and Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA) to Penang Airport and once you arrive, it takes around 50 minutes to reach using North-South highway and Penang Bridge.
Omaq Char Kuey Teow is one of the recommended restaurants in Parit Buntar and located nearby clock tower. Open for business from 5 pm until midnight, this place is famous among family and friends to gather and hang out. The kuey teow is added with fresh seafood such as cuttlefish and prawns. The price is cheap and reasonable which costs only RM4 to RM6 for normal to special char kuey teow. Besides the amazing food, the service is excellent and friendly staffs are always welcoming. Since the place is always crowded, customers need to be patient and wait for a table or come early to beat the queue.
This recreational park set on the bank of Perak River and has become a popular spot for festivities, water activities and a perfect getaway. The peaceful and relaxing environment also welcomes local families daily for walking and exercising in morning and evening. Besides that, the main attraction of Cempaka Sari Park is the islet which is Chempaka Sari Island. Cempaka Sari Island was once the residence of Sultan Iskandar Dzulkarnain, the 15th Sultan of Perak, before moving to Indera Sakti Island in Central Perak in 1754.There is also a model of Rumah Kutai, a traditional olden Malay house with shady trees and a camping site. On top of that, The Chempaka Sari Park is known to be the location for the shooting of a French film ‘Indochine’ during the 1980’s.
Anggun Hotel is situated at Seri Iskandar and around 35 minutes away from Ipoh town. There are many facilities offered at this hotel such as 24-hour front desk, free WiFi, a shared kitchen, along with daily maid service and beauty and barber shop. All rooms are equipped with amenities including television, desk, telephone and wardrobe. This hotel also is located nearby eateries and fast food restaurants for dining options.
Set in Parit, this hotel is located around 47 kilometres from Pangkor Island and nearby convenient stores at Parit town. All rooms boast a flat-screen TV with satellite channels, kettle, fridge and a private bathroom as well as free WiFi. There are additional features such as balcony for specific rooms. For convenience and comfort of guests, the friendly staffs are always present at 24-hour desk to help with any problems and assistance for services.