Right before school holidays ended, I took the family to Lumut last weekend.
The original idea was only Segari Turtle Conservation Centre. To make it even more worth our time, the trip had grown to include Bidor, Sungkai, Teluk Intan, Seri Manjung, and Sitiawan – though we didn’t include Sungkai and Seri Manjung initially. These two places were added as and when we went along about the trip.
While I might be a little biased to focus too much on food, I did not want to neglect the need to include other interesting sites for the kids.
Before we went there, I did some research online as well as asking my aunt on best local foods and places of interest for each town. Plus our one-night accommodation.
This is the plan: we take the North South Expressway (NSE or locals call it PLUS) and exit at Bidor Interchange. Then we will use the trunk road to travel to our destinations right from Bidor to Lumut.
It was a well spent trip even though it was only 2 days. And we clocked about 700km for the whole trip.
For easy reading, I have created a series of articles on this trip. It took me three days to complete the following articles: 10 articles and 34 photos. Happy reading!
- Breakfast at Pun Chun Restaurant, Bidor
- Hot and Cold Dips in Sungkai Hot Springs
- Teluk Intan – Clock Tower and Food Hunt
- Homestay at Mulberry Historical Homestay, Lumut
- Fun and Sunset at Teluk Batik Beach
- Adventurous Dinner – A Night Out in Sitiawan