Port Weld

The name Port Weld is not well known to the public but Kuala Sepetang may be a more familiar name. The whole railway line from here to Taiping, was the first railway line in the Peninsular. It has been dismantled but only the ticketing booth and the Port Weld railway signboard remain.

Kuala Sepetang has excellent seafood and is also well known for its
mangrove swamp reserve park which is open to the public daily. It has a boardwalk built over the swamp for tourists, and chalets in which tourists can rent to stay the night on the riverfront.

The village is very popular with its prawn mee. There are so many outlets to choose from but do not be conned by the number of cars parked nearby. You have to try them at a few outlets before you can make up your mind which is the best. Price wise, it depends on the season but typically a plate with 10 - 13 XL size prawns will cost RM 12/=.

If you don't feel like eating prawn mee, you can order other food such as fried rice with or without prawns.

You may also buy fresh seafood from the fisherman port situated at the end of the town.

Here are two happy gals after finishing off their prawn mee.

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Nor Shazwina Shahnaz said...

gamba buruk la.. takde yg cantik lg ke?

AROSalem said...

gambar cantiq tp model tak fotogenik

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