Sitiawan is one of many small towns scattered throughout Malaysia. It may not be as famous as some others, but Sitiawan History is rich in culture and tradition. Like thousands of other villages, towns and cities in Southeast Asia, Sitiawan is steeped in Chinese history, as it began life as a thriving settlement of Chinese migrants who escaped from poverty-laden Fuzhou. It is a region in the Manjung district of Perak, Malaysia covers an area of 331.5 square kilometres (128.0 sq mi)
Beautiful landscapes, lush green scenery, delicious cuisine and a variety of modern and ancient festivals is what visitors find in Sitiawan. This city offers a perfect mixture of stimulation and relaxation with its serene coastline and the hustle and bustle of street life. While the spectacular beaches offer the perfect seclusion to get closer to the nature, its open-air markets give the feeling of big-city life. And like any other Malaysian city, Sitiawan city streets offer a religious flavor of having Hindu and Buddhist temples standing along with the Islamic mosques.