Inspired by London’s Tower Bridge, the Kuala Terengganu Drawbridge in Terengganu is a new attraction in this east coast city, having opened for public use since 1st August, 2019, following … Read More
During my recent trip to Kuala Terengganu, I took the opportunity to visit one of the newest attractions in the city: Malaysia’s equivalent to America’s Mount Rushmore. What am I … Read More
One of the things that I looked forward to during this most recent trip to Kuala Terengganu was breakfast at Chinatown. We arrived on Friday morning at about 8am, just … Read More
The annual Festival Kenyir at Pengkalan Gawi, Lake Kenyir is back and it will be hosted next weekend for four days from 14th Sept.
Said to be the “best” homestay in the state of Terengganu, I have visited twice before, although have yet to spend a night there.
Used to be known as Permai Inn, Permai Hotel is a 3-star hotel with 220 spacious rooms.
This is one of Terengganu’s newest tourist attractions. Located on Pulau Poh (Poh Island), Kenyir Water Park just opened its doors for business on June 1, in conjunction with Festival … Read More
Although I have visited the Terengganu State Museum numerous times, the museum never fails to impress me architecturally.
The past week was a hive of activities at Lake Kenyir because of the annual Festival Kenyir. This year, it began on May 31 and ended yesterday, June 6.
Launched by the Terengganu State Executive Councillor for Tourism and Culture Dato’ Mohd Jidin Shafee, the second Terengganu Peranakan Festival kicked off to a colourful start in Kampung Cina or … Read More