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  • the main road in bidor - jalan besar...
    the main road in bidor - jalan besar...
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    the dipilated clubhouse...
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    the club office...
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Bidur Things to Do

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    by l_joo Written Jun 28, 2005

    Bidor is small town, some of the architectures was old enough, it was built long time ago but not quite sure when.

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Bidur Restaurants

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    by chiabh Updated Jan 11, 2009

    The shop only sells salted chicken as well as packed present for full moon celebrations... The later presentation box include salted chicken, har-boiled eggs and pastries of your choice... The shop is man by an Indian who speaks Cantonese...

    Favorite Dish: The speciality is of course salted chicken which sells for RM16 a bird... For the full moon package it is RM18 per box... The slated chicken is especilly good and deliciously tasted...

    The shop is open daily...

    the shop facade...

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    by l_joo Written Jun 28, 2005

    I did not eat here, I drove many rounds trying to search for some old restaurants with more customers but failed. I usually go to restaurants that has many customers in it but I did not see many here, so I decided to have my lunch in the next town Tapah. This does not mean I dislike eating at Bidor, it just that I couldn't find any.

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    by l_joo Written Jun 28, 2005

    Here is Bidor bus station, well, tourists can take bus from Kuala Lumpur to Bidor easily in less than RM20 per way.

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Bidur Local Customs

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    by l_joo Written Jun 28, 2005

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    While driving along the road from Bidor to Tapah, I stumbled upon a modern dumping white papers funeral. I saw the mini van with windows half open and somebody kept dumping endless white papers out from it, and white papers flew all over on the road. I was driving at the back and saw so many white papers in front of my car.

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Bidur Sports & Outdoors

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    by chiabh Updated Jan 11, 2009

    The Batang Padang Golf Club is originally a 9-holes par-36 course and has been expanded to an 18-hole par-72 course... However, although the second nine is playable but is really not ready for play... The original nine (Bidor Nine) plays to 3,127m from the blue tees... The course was previously part of the Bidor airport whihc allows helicopters and small aircraft to land... Part of the runway can be seen on the rather wide and straight par-5 hole #6... The fairways are rather straight and wide with mature trees as the natural divider from adjoining fairways... Both the fairways and greens are of cow grass... The course is fairly well maintained now...

    The second (Tapah Nine) plays to 2,930m and newly constructed... However, a lot of work need to be down before it can be opene for play... This nine is much more challenging than the Bidor Nine with water and rough as hazards... The roughs are really wild and do not expect to find any waywards balls here...

    Equipment: As the club is still under rehabitation, there is only one shower area used by both man and lady golfers (they have to take turns to use the facility)... Simple food and drinks are available at the golfer's terrace...

    The green fee is RM30 for 9-holes with buggy at RM25 per 9-holes...

    the dipilated clubhouse... the club office... hole #1 greeen... par-5 hole #6... view from hole #15 teebox...
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