There is a saying that goes, “If the mountain won’t come to Muhammad, then Muhammed must go to the mountain.” And this is exactly what the Terengganu state agencies, supported … Read More
We cannot claim to have visited a place if we have not tried the local food. In Terengganu, our tour guide, Kak Intan, told us that the locals eat very … Read More
On our way home to Kuala Lumpur, we visited TUMEC (Turtle and Marine Ecosystem Centre) in Rantau Abang, Terengganu.
Turtle Alley in Kuala Terengganu, between Pasar Payang and Chinatown, is the pet project of turtle conservationist, Dr. Chan Eng Heng.
The Terengganu Trade Centre, which is sharing space at the Planetarium in Kuala Terengganu, reminded me of those “Karnival Usahawan” in Greentown Mall on the occasional weekends, except that this … Read More
As mentioned in my previous post, we were in great anticipation of our next destination, Terrapuri Heritage Village. I tell you, the Land of the Palaces exceeded all expectations. The … Read More
Day 3 of our Terengganu adventure saw us taking yet another boat ride out at Pantai Penarik, Setiu, to check out the fish and oyster breeding farm! For anyone who … Read More
Payang Walk, that’s Payang Warisan ALam Kebudayaan, at Kuala Terengganu’s popular Pasar Payang, is the city’s own version of Malacca’s famous Jonker Walk.
On our second day in Kuala Terengganu, we took a speed boat (about 20 minutes’ ride) out to Pulau Gemia (Gem Island) from Marang jetty. This is a privately-owned island, … Read More
Teluk Ketapang, a beach side community in Kuala Terengganu, offers one of the largest and best homestay programmes in the state of Terengganu. As homestays become more popular among tourists, … Read More