Batu Pahat Port is located near the rows of pre-war buildings.
This is where the loading and off loading of goods were taken place. The imported goods are then transported to the shops for sale.
You can find many rows of shophouses with many old buildings in the streets of Batu Pahat.
Among them are mixture of modern shops and old trades and some pre-war buildings.
I chance upon an old narrow alley. Best to avoid these alleys at night.
I wonder if the POS box is still in use?
The Chung Hwa Merchant Association has a magnificent white building in the centre of Batu Pahat Town.
This is the place where the Chinese Business Man meets and make contacts and networking.
Hammer and nail? Batu Pahat means "Chiselled Rock".
This is the monument that we came across when we drive into Batu Pahat Town.
Climb the stairs and you will be able to see a big field where the local held their soccer games and sports.
The petrol station is located nearby where you could top up some petrol before you continue your journey.
Favorite thing: Most of the shops are in new paint to refresh the outlook. The construction remain original in its structure of those days except the paint new, it looks clean and neat. The town is quite well control overall nothing much messy in traffic.
Favorite thing: A very old house of Batu Pahat is always so good to be here in photo. This kind of old architecture is abundant in the town centre of Batu Pahat. The happiness of visiting smaller town is all about taking photos of old old things.
Favorite thing: This is a shop we stopped for our breakfast located at Jalan Ismail. I find it so attractive in outlook of the feeling of 30s' immediately take down the photo for tip in my Batu Pahat page.
Favorite thing: One of the view took while strolling on the street of Batu Pahat. The sunlight was so good that day so easy for me to snap without any special photo techniques, just click will do.