Lower Perak Club was established in 1932 and will be celebrating its 85th Anniversary in 2017. Its elaborate history dates back to 26 August, 1932 when the late Captain James Michael Daly donated 2 acres of land with a double-storey house as a gift to the European community living in the Lower Perak District during the British ruling of Malaya. The Lower Perak Club then was the elite social club for the British officers and aristocrats.
Captain Daly was born in 1858 in London, England. He was the Senior Fleet Master of the British Straits Steamship Co. in 1884 and the last vessel he commanded prior to his retirement in 1919 was the S.S. Ipoh. He died in London in 1935
Today, Lower Perak Club is the premier social club in Teluk Intan. With more than 350 members, it is undoubtedly the preferred social club in Teluk Intan, where the elites of the community interact.