Since there is hardly anything else to do in Beruas, the visitor could just take a 10 min tour of the museum.
Entrance is free.
This is a photo I took from the restaurant I had my lunch, there's no name or whatsoever in that restaurant, they need no names in small towns, no advertisements, they only relied on local regular customers, that's what I saw. Most customers were 'uncles' wearing sweating singlet with a leg up on the chair and they would normally talk 'world...more
Wanton Mee mixed Yong Tau Foo is a restaurant I visited and had lunch, the set cost me a mere Rm4.50 plus a glass of Cincau drink in ice. The meal is noodles of wanton style and mixed with Yong Tau Foo in hot tatsy soup, yummy. Location is at the place where public buses stop, there's no name nor landmark but the town is so small and visitor shall...more
Locals call those eateries gerai ( stalls ) which sell mostly coffee, chocolate and some pastry called Roti Canai.Very cheap, good enough for the seasoned backpacker. At the Chinese kopitiams, you could get some Pau ( dumplings ) or maybe the chef could cook some dishes for you - fish or meat, fried or soup.Remember Beruas is a SMALL town.more