Kampong Bagan Samak Things to Do
Located at the 8th Street, it is the biggest temple in the new village. The Chinese community in the village pray to the King No. 3 for peace and prosperous whole year round.Related to:
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This Chinese New Village is now famous of its river food restaurants. There are at least 5 family run Chinese restaurant in this village that promote basically fresh water food. They also cooked seafood and vegetable at your wish.
Bagan Samak is reachable only if you selfdriving. The public transport has been teminated years ago due to poor respond.Related to:
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Kampong Bagan Samak Restaurants
Ask for the secret menu from the restaurant you visit, one restaurant should have their own 2 - 3 secret menu which invited repeating customers.
The restaurant serves various kind of seafood and vegetable too.
If you do not like fresh water products, you can order seafood. Some shellfish are caught from the sea, they are no way be found in the river.
Favorite Dish: Carp fish of different species, this fish has many tiny fish bone, taste good but have to eat it slowly, steamed or Thai spicy style.
Cat fish, many ways of cooking at your wish.
River prawn, steamed with ginger and wine or baked with cheese
Tilapia, sweet and sour, steamed and etcRelated to:
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Kampong Bagan Samak Transportation
If you are from North travel on PLUS highway, turnout at Bandar Baharu Interchange, the intersection next to Jawi Interchange. If you are from South, after Kamunting and before Jawi, choose Bandar Baharu Interchange for Bagan Samak.
Soon you paid your toll, turn left. Immediately at your left, there is another intersection for Bagan Samak New Village. Travel for about 1.8km on a road where the palm trees estate are on both sides, you will reach Bagan Samak Arch.
If you travel from Parit Buntar, in a distance of about 8km, turn right into the intersection before the toll, Bagan Samak is ahead of you.Related to:
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