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Yew Boutique Hotel is strategically located within the proximity of the main tourist attractions in Teluk Intan. The 3-star Yew Boutique Hotel is just the right place if you’re looking for convenience and comfort during your stay. From here, guests can enjoy easy access to a few interesting places. A short drive from this hotel will bring you to The Leaning Tower of Teluk Intan (0.76 km), Pasir Salak Historical Complex (17.73 km), UiTM Cawangan Perak Kampus Tapah (28.21 km) and Kinta Tin Mining Museum (36.27 km). Yew Boutique Hotel is also fitted with tasteful amenities for the utmost level of comfort. Whether you’re in Teluk Intan for business or pleasure, Yew Boutique Hotel will surely meet your discerning taste! The hotel is strategically located in Teluk Intan (formerly known as Teluk Anson), which is a city in Perak, Malaysia. It is the district capital and largest town in Hilir Perak district and third largest town in the state of Perak. It is the centre of Hilir Perak district and the third largest town of Perak state. Although the name means "Diamond Bay", the town is not located near a bay.
How to get to Yew Boutique Hotel
Yew Boutique Hotel is situated at Jalan Pasar, Teluk Intan, Hilir Perak, Perak. If you are travelling by air, the nearest airport is the Penang International Airport (IATA: PEN, ICAO: WMKP) is an international airport, which located in Bayan Lepas, Penang. The airport is located about 3 hours from Teluk Intan. Alternatively, Kuala Lumpur International Airport, Terminal 1 and 2, both located about 3 hours from Teluk Intan. If you are travelling by car, you may use the PLUS highway heading to Ipoh.
Different Types of Rooms in Yew Boutique Hotel
There are 3 different types of rooms offers by Yew Boutique Hotel, which are Deluxe
Single Room, Deluxe Twin Room and Deluxe King. Room rates start from RM 102.00 to RM 192.00, and breakfast is available with additional charge. Each room is well equipped with basic in-room facilities plus extra features that are uniquely for specific rooms. The basic in-room facilities provided in all rooms including working desk, controlled flat screen television, hairdryer, tea making facilities, shower room and minibar.
Restaurants and Cafes in Yew Boutique Hotel
Yew Boutique Hotel offers an on-site restaurant which serves local dishes as well as Asian cuisine. It opens daily from 6.30 to 12.00 am. The coffeehouse is also available for your refreshments. Alternatively, the hotel is situated within an easy walking distance from a diversity of restaurants, convenient shops and cafes.
Facilities and Activities in Yew Boutique Hotel
Guests staying at Yew Boutique Hotel may enjoy a 24-hour front desk and receptionist. In addition, there is a private parking area which is subject to availability. Daily housekeeping, ironing service and laundry are available with additional charge.Interesting Places near Yew Boutique Hotel
Teluk Intan Leaning Tower - Teluk Intan Leaning Tower is one of the town attractions is erected in 1885 by a Chinese builder, Mr Leong Choon Cheong. It started to tilt four years after its construction finished due to an underground stream. The tower was originally used as a water tower supplying the area of the town. It had a clock at the top, which still rings every 15 minutes. The tower also served as a beacon to guide ships into Teluk Intan Port. Currently, it is a local tourist attraction, and no longer stores water. The area around the tower was paved with bricks and became a plaza. The main street at the centre of Teluk Intan, Jalan Ah Cheong, is named after Leong Choon Cheong to commemorate his contribution.
Hock Soon Keong (Hock Soon Temple - Hock Soon Keong (Hock Soon Temple is a famous temple complex in Teluk Intan, which is dedicated to Mazu. The origins of the temple are unknown, while the main temple building (not the original one) was constructed in 1883, as indicated by a legend painted on the building. Hock Soon Temple was the centre point of all Hokkien Chinese in Teluk Intan during the British colonial era. The local Hokkien people would congregate at the temple to solve all problems, from giving aid to the poor to solving fights between clans. The local Hokkien people used to select three local Hokkiens, usually businessmen and famous men to settle their problems. The temple was built with Southern Chinese architecture, the most notable feature being the beautifully decorated upturned eaves. There is also a century-old mosque just opposite the temple, which is frequently mentioned as a typical depiction of religious harmony in Malaysia.
Approved travel documents as required by the government during the movement restriction order is to be presented during check-in as part of the Movement Control Order (MCO) required procedure.