The Leaning Tower of Teluk Intan is a clock tower located in the town of Teluk Intan of Hilir Perak District. It is known to be equivalent to the Leaning Tower of Pisa in Italy because it is also tilted to the left.
The Leaning Tower Teluk Intan was initially built as a water storage tank meant for people during the dry season. However, it is also used as a time-keeper as it holds a massive clock at the top. It was after the independence year, i.e. in 1957 that this monument officially became a national monument.