Teluk Intan – Sing Guan Hoe Heong Peah

Heong Peah is a well known Chinese delicacy in Teluk Intan. According to Wiki, Heong Peah or 香饼 in Mandarin (Fragrant Biscuit) has a crispy layer outside and contain a mixture of flour, oil, maltose, sugar, sesame, and shallots. ‘Heong Peah’ market in Teluk Intan is dominated by two family-run enterprises: Sin Guan Tin and Sin Joo Heong.

Of the above, my colleague’s aunt actually owns and runs Sing Guan Hoe and so far I find their biscuit to be the best! However the trick is you must have the biscuits fresh, the modern vacuumed pack can keep it nice and fluffly for the next 2-3 weeks but best is to be taken immediately or within a week as they bake and pack their biscuit fresh.

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During my last trip to Sitiawan, I made an effort to stop by at Sing Guan Hoe to pick up the pre-ordered biscuits (they have a long queues of order to be met) and got to taste some freshly baked heong peah and have a cool and viewing how they make their biscuit.

Our initial orders of like 8 packets became like 14 after everyone started to taste the biscuit and those that we brought back, everyone loves them! I highly recommend this brand to anyone, its soft, fluffy and sweetness is just right ;).

Kedai Biskut Sing Guan Hoe
No.23 Jalan Pasir Bedamar
36000 Teluk Intan, Perak
Tel: 05-621 5094
GPS: N4 01.710 E101 00.898

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