Perak, Malaysia · 13 hotels available
Derived from the name of a leader of Tok Buntar, Parit Buntar is a town located in the northern part of Perak in the Kerian district of Perak, Malaysia. It was originally known Parit Tok Buntar and now known as Parit Buntar. It also acts as a border to Nibong Tebal in Penang and Bandar Baharuin Kedah. This district is known as its large areas of paddy fields, commonly the Rice Bowl of Perak. The economic activity is fishing especially at Sungai Acheh, Bagan Tiang, Tanjung Piandang and Kuala Kurau and commercial businesses and industries in the Parit Buntar City Center.
The temperatures are highest on average in May, at around 27.8 °C. Located at Teh Peng Kong road, this night market is open to public and seller set up their place at around 5 pm and business starts at about 6 pm. There are many things that are sold here such as vegetables, fruits, tea blends, ornamental plants and colourful souvenirs, clothes and toys. The Night Market is also a culinary adventure that introduces variety hawker stall food from different cultures across Malaysia. There are stalls selling fried dishes, drinks, snacks and other ready-to-eat food.
Among the food available here is Uncle Bob fried chicken, satay, murtabak and many more. Visitors are advised to come as early as possible due to limited space parking and many people. This night market is also popular among local and international tourists to experience local night environment with live music playing by the local band.
From Kuala Lumpur city centre to Parit Night Market, it takes around 3 hours and 35 minutes to reach there by using the 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 an hour to reach Parit Night Market using North-South highway and Penang Bridge.
AEON Station 18 is the largest shopping mall in Ipoh and the biggest AEON in Perak. It is the second Aeon mall opened in Ipoh after Kinta City Shopping Centre which started the operation in the northern part of the city in 1997. With the country’s third largest city with the population of about 700,000 and also the capital city of Perak state, this mall provides over 170 outlets, a post office, a cinema and Fantasy Kidzoona. Cover over commercial facilities area of about 72,000 square metres, Fantasy Kidzoona open for the first time outside Japan to offer entertainment of plays and activities and a cinema complex that has eight screens and 1,600 seats in total. This famous shopping complex not only bring entertainment, it also acts as a place to gather for family and friends to shop and eat together.
Located around 30 minutes away from Ipoh town and an hour from Pangkor Island, this hotel is popular among leisure and business travellers. The accommodation offers air conditioning rooms with free WiFi throughout the property and standard amenities including desk, a flat-screen TV and a private bathroom. There are also friendly staffs at a 24-hour front desk for any assistance on services, facilities for a disabled person, maid service and meeting and banquet facilities.
Golden Roof Hotel has located in Seri Iskandar and about 28 kilometres away from Ipoh town. This 2-star hotel offers a 24-hour front desk, free WiFi in rooms and at the public area as well as housekeeping service. The rooms are equipped with a private bathroom with free toiletries, flat screen television, ironing facilities and other main amenities.