Parit Travel Guide

  • Paritian's Jalan Besar
    Paritian's Jalan Besar
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    Paritian's chronology
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    Paritian mosque
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Parit Restaurants

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    by l_joo Written Jun 29, 2005

    Restaurant Amaniah is an easy choice, first time come into town, just open your eyes, the restaurant is somewhere nearby the mini tower, no way you can miss it.

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Parit Nightlife

  • by fandangofrddie Written Aug 6, 2006

    Definitely there's no nightlife here. basically all the shops will be closed by 6.00pm. Try to walk after 8.00pm in the town, only the stalls are opened. So, if it's 10.00 and you're feeling awake, try to read a magazine, instead of strolling down this tiny town. That will be better.

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Parit Off The Beaten Path

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    by l_joo Written Jul 2, 2005

    Red mosque is about 10km distance away towards the directions of Batu Gajah, on the village road, good conditions but slightly narrow at some corners, nice anyway. The Red mosque is all wooden made, nobody praying that day, so I can relax taking photos.

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Parit Favorites

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    by l_joo Written Jul 2, 2005

    Favorite thing: Parit Bridge is about 1km from town center, the river is quite big and wide, I saw some peoples waiting there in fishing, besides that, nothing else, only a bridge by itself but the look was good, open and vast, wind blowing, listening to river flowings.....

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    by l_joo Written Jul 2, 2005

    Favorite thing: Paritian Residentials no doubt has the look, not many towns has residentials of such looks, only a few places, Parit is one. Take a look at the way they built this, it was unique, stylish and very Parit.

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    by l_joo Written Jul 2, 2005

    Favorite thing: In the town center, there's a shop selling gold, if you have the money, take a look inside, Paritian golds probably worth more in value than others, you can have some gold necklaces on your neck, make sure you buy the thick heavy ones, in trend now.

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