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Best things to do in Manjung

Discover the city through the eyes of locals. Find the best things to do, places to eat, and get priceless advice from the people who live here.

Shopping Mall
“TGV Cinemas Eateries (KFC, Sushi King, Chicken RIce Shop etc) MPH (Bookstores) ”
4 locals recommend
Establishment
“For a picnic on the beach with family. For those adventurous guests, there's also a hiking trail on the hill that's just by the beach. ”
6 locals recommend
Park
“Though the swamps are muddy in nature, they help to provide an eco- system that supports a varieties of living organisms and plants. Other advantages include : - Protecting the land from erosion of the sea water. - Wood from Mangrove trees are used to make charcoal and firewood for household and industrial use. - A shelter for migratory birds. - Breeding ground for crabs, prawns and other sea creatures.”
5 locals recommend
Point of Interest
“Recommended place to visit at evening. A playgrounds for children; A place for children to cycle , troller- blades , skates board. A place for family to picnic; A place for to fish.”
2 locals recommend
Grocery or Supermarket
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1 local recommends
Natural Feature
“Located on the beautiful man-made island, this place boosts a bar on the beach for the adults, a Thai restaurant for the family and several fun-family activities like roller skating and more for a relaxing night out with your family!”
5 locals recommend
Restaurant
“Halal cuisine. A decent local restaurant in Lumut. Fair price with lot variety of kampong cooking for your choice. Situated a long the road to Teluk Batik beach. Very friendly staff that can help you to enjoy a fantastic meal with family. Just got to love the abundant choice of dishes to choose from and so far! Must try (and queue) for the grilled Tilapia fish, "Gulai Ketam", "Telur Kicap" are good too. Ample space for car park over there. Cheap and suitable for entertaining friends and relatives if you are on a holiday. ”
2 locals recommend
Point of Interest
1 local recommends
Point of Interest
“Halal cuisine. Signature dishes like Kam Heong Prawn, Sizzling Chicken, Sweet and Sour Fish, Tom Yam Seafood and a lot more uncountable for you to tempt yourself. Awesome for Malay community.....”
1 local recommends
Park
“A great place to know more about turtle life. ***** (Coordinate: 4.363496, 100.581412) *****”
4 locals recommend
Restaurant
“Lido is a well known Foo Chow restaurant in Sitiawan. Delicacies including "Mee Sua" in red wine with red chicken, light and fluffy or "Chien", Taufu topped with crispy "Pee Hoo" and mee in thick brown sauce.”
3 locals recommend
Chinese Restaurant
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“It is well-known of its steamed grouper using own recipe. It is the best steamed fish, particularly due to its unique recipe using premium light soy sauce, topped with generous red onion. Be sure to sprinkle it with limes provided for sour taste.”
4 locals recommend
Restaurant
“Get all you need for your stay with us at the Aeon Mall. One stop to get it all! ”
2 locals recommend
Place of Worship
“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.”
4 locals recommend