Simpang Tiga

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Simpang Tiga is a small township located 5 km south of Bagan Datoh, in Perak, one of the 13 states of Malaysia. This Township is formed by only a few rows of shop houses and a few hundred families, most of them farmers. This township is also the hometown for the Parliament Member of Bagan Datoh and the Deputy Minister of Tourism.

Education[edit]

There are only two primary schools in this township: a Sekolah Kebangsaan (Malay School) and a Sekolah Jenis Kebangsaan (Chinese School). The educational guideline use by both schools is the same; the only difference is the language.

Attractions[edit]

Fishing for "Ikan Haruan" is one of the attractions in this township. It is also famous for its Mee Rebus Sin Lok Hooi, a dish with noodles, deep fried shrimp dough, egg, tofu, and a special sauce.

People can see Bagan Datoh Info at www.pemudaumnobd.net