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
Participants of the 2nd Terengganu International Squid Jigging Festival 2015 had the opportunity to watch and experience for themselves mussel picking in Setiu River, Kampung Mangkuk.
Although I have visited the Terengganu State Museum numerous times, the museum never fails to impress me architecturally.
The massive Terengganu International Squid Jigging Festival was back for the second year this past week, bringing alive the town of Kuala Terengganu and its waters, with the arrival of … Read More
Taking a breather from traipsing Payang Market and Chinatown one late morning, my friend, Mak, decided to stop at Tappers Café to recharge, simply because it looked nice.
After almost a week of Terengganu delicacies, delegates from China, Hong Kong and Thailand of the 2014 Terengganu International Squid Jigging Festival were craving for some tastes of their homeland … Read More
The Terengganu State Museum hosts exhibitions on a regular basis. Currently, it is holding one called ‘By Time’.
Said to be a pioneer in Malaysian batik, Noor Arfa Craft Centre in Kuala Terengganu, or NACC in short, was established in 1980.
Kenyir Elephant Village (KEV) is a new tourist attraction in Terengganu. Located at Temelong River, this is where seven baby and adult elephants call home.