Skip to content

Guidebook for Lumut

Xin Wen

Guidebook for Lumut

Shopping
Local Seafood Product, Snacks, Local Delicacies
Jamilah Marine Products
Local Seafood Product, Snacks, Local Delicacies
One Stop Grocery Shopping
APT Hair Salon - AEON Mall Seri Manjung
304 Jalan Changkat Jering - Sri Manjung - Kampung Koh
One Stop Grocery Shopping
Grocery Shopping
Cukcoo Brandstore Tesco Manjung
Grocery Shopping
Drinks & Nightlife
Beers? Hang Out? Cozy? No Issue.
Jook Joint Bistro Sdn Bhd
Beers? Hang Out? Cozy? No Issue.
Everything Else
Monkey, Mangroove, Bridge, Forest Yes you may find it here....
9
locals recommend
Mangrove Park
9
locals recommend
Monkey, Mangroove, Bridge, Forest Yes you may find it here....
Travel to Pangkor, Just walking distance to Jetty.
Jeti Lumut
Travel to Pangkor, Just walking distance to Jetty.
Yet Another Jetty to Pangkor.
Marina Island Pangkor Resort & Hotel (Suites, Function Rooms and Convention Hall)
Yet Another Jetty to Pangkor.
Beach with Golden Sand. Picnic. Relax.
9
locals recommend
Teluk Batik Beach
9
locals recommend
Beach with Golden Sand. Picnic. Relax.
About 15 mins from Manjung town, this temple has monumental statues and structures that were quite amazing. Lots of chinese deities in a garden like atmostphere in a large compound facing the Pasir Panjang seashore. Parking is plenty, with shops selling local products such as Foo Chow noodles, red wine, dry seafood and drinks. Good for pictures, and spending an hour or two is worthwhile. Bring an umbrella as the sun could get pretty hot. It's becoming a tourist spot within the last few years. Punters love to come here to seek their next lucky number or pray for fortune and rumors were a few have hit the jackpot. This is a popular place to visit when in Manjung.
7
locals recommend
Tua Pek Kong Temple
7
locals recommend
About 15 mins from Manjung town, this temple has monumental statues and structures that were quite amazing. Lots of chinese deities in a garden like atmostphere in a large compound facing the Pasir Panjang seashore. Parking is plenty, with shops selling local products such as Foo Chow noodles, red wine, dry seafood and drinks. Good for pictures, and spending an hour or two is worthwhile. Bring an umbrella as the sun could get pretty hot. It's becoming a tourist spot within the last few years. Punters love to come here to seek their next lucky number or pray for fortune and rumors were a few have hit the jackpot. This is a popular place to visit when in Manjung.
There have been unresolved disputes and argument on where to find the best gong pian (sometimes termed as gong pia, or kong peng) in Sitiawan. The local folks will champion for the Kampung Koh’s version, while some even mentioned that Ayer Tawar’s gong pian tastes infinitely nicer than Sitiawan Cheong Cia’s.
Sitiawan Cheong Cia Gong Pian
There have been unresolved disputes and argument on where to find the best gong pian (sometimes termed as gong pia, or kong peng) in Sitiawan. The local folks will champion for the Kampung Koh’s version, while some even mentioned that Ayer Tawar’s gong pian tastes infinitely nicer than Sitiawan Cheong Cia’s.
Food Scene
Walking Distance, or 3 min driving
KFC Lumut
4141 Persiaran Sultan Yusof Izuddin Shah
Walking Distance, or 3 min driving