Located at Kampung Lapan Kotak, Jerteh, Terengganu, catching the eye of many a passerby is a colourful mosque. The actual name of this mosque is Masjid Lapan Kubah, or mosque … Read More
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
The annual Festival Kenyir at Pengkalan Gawi, Lake Kenyir is back and it will be hosted next weekend for four days from 14th Sept.
The invitation for a vacation at Resorts World Kijal came at a most opportune time; right after wrapping up a book project which caused me to sit in front of … Read More
Information is scarce about Tasik Puteri in Dungun. It was an iron ore mining pond and so, it is very near the Bukit Besi Iron Ore Mine (previous post). This … Read More
As a child of Kinta Valley, I have always been fascinated with mining operations. I love visiting tin mines here in Perak and was delighted when I had the opportunity … Read More
Said to be the “best” homestay in the state of Terengganu, I have visited twice before, although have yet to spend a night there.
It is said that if you are in Tererngganu and do not try all of their special delicacies, your visit is not valid. What are the delicacies, you may ask. … Read More
Besides the homestay project (previous post), another income generator for KODESAL is the nearby stingless bee farm. There are about 300 man-made nests in the 2-hectare farm in Kampung Alor … Read More