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.


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.


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.

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