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Leaning Tower of Teluk Intan, Perak.
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This pagoda-style structure was built in 1885 by a Chinese contractor named Leong Choon Chong, and was originally used as a covered water tank to store potable water for the immediate vicinity. Today, it stands as an architectural oddity that continues to attract visitors to Teluk Intan.
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We call it the Leaning Tower of Malaysia where the building is originated a water storage tank building by a local merchant in catering for the usage of local people.
The town is most famous for its pagoda shaped clock tower, nicknamed the Leaning Tower of Teluk Intan due to its definite tilt. Those tourists who make the effort to come to Teluk Intan usually take a look at the leaning tower and leave but there are more heritage buildings and places of interest…
2nd leaning tower in the world after leaning tower of pisa. A must view palce if visit Perak