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squid jigging candat sotong

While visiting Terengganu recently, off we went on a squid jigging (candat sotong) trip, one of the most popular activities to indulge in while in this East Coast state. Travelling for an hour in a fishing boat, about 8km from Marang Jetty heading towards Pulau Kapas, my group of eight plus a boat crew of two ... continue reading »

Peladang Setiu Agro Resort

For anyone who yearns to get away from the concrete jungle while in Terengganu, Peladang Setiu Agro Resort is a good choice. The resort, which opened for business in 1999, offers 58 chalets in the shape and form of traditional Malay houses. There are also three blocks of dormitories plus camping grounds. Peladang Setiu Agro Resort ... continue reading »

Yayasan Tuanku Nur Zahirah

This complex in Kuala Terengganu was opened in May 2011, officiated by the then Permaisuri Agung, Tuanku Nur Zahirah. She is the Sultanah of Terengganu. This complex is set up with the main purpose of promoting 'songket' (an intricately embroidered piece of silk or cotton) and the management of it is under two agencies: Tuanku Nur ... continue reading »

Taman Tamadun Islam Terengganu

My previous visit to Taman Tamadun Islam, in English, Islamic Heritage Park or Islamic Civilisation Park, was more than six months ago. I remember I was ill during that trip, and then a sudden thunderstorm cut short our visit. Hence, I was glad to be able to come by again for a second time, to ... continue reading »

Terengganu Equestrian Resort

Sharing the same grounds of PrinzPark Resort, although under a different management team, is the Terengganu Equestrian Resort (TER) and its sports complex. TER, which was previously a lagoon, was opened in 2007. It offers full horse-riding facilities, including five riding arenas, covered and open. Here, horse-riding courses are conducted, for those who would just like ... continue reading »

PrinzPark Resort Terengganu

Sep 28, 2013 Author: Emily | Filed under: Landmarks, Photos - Panasonic DMC-FZ150, Travel
PrinzPark Park Terengganu

One of the new hotels in Kuala Terengganu, Terengganu is PrinzPark Resort. Opened just last December 2012, there are a total of 207 rooms. The room types are Deluxe, Superior Deluxe, Family, Honeymoon Suite and Executive Suite. All rooms have views, either of the lake, sea or polo club. The hotel, which is five-storied, is ... continue reading »

Restoran Kuah Singgang, Kuala Terengganu

One of the local foods to eat while in Terengganu is 'ikan singgang'. I have no English word for the dish, but it's fish in a yellow watery soup, which you can see from my photo below. Some suggest to eat this with the 'budu' which is chilli, but others say it is not necessary. Well, ... continue reading »

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