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Tropical Paradise

Known as the ‘Gem of the East Coast’, Terengganu is a magical destination steeped in Malay culture, history and heritage. The state is blessed with pristine coastlines and sweeping vistas of aquamarine waters with white powdery beaches and pristine islands just off the coast in the South China Sea. Kuala Terengganu is the charming capital of this state and is also a main gateway to many of the state’s tourist destinations.

Explore the majestic cascading waterfalls and sprawling lakes and rivers while discovering some of the most impressive and beautiful natural sceneries. Venture along the many coastal villages and sample local delight treasures while shopping traditional Malaysian handicrafts that make great memorable gifts and souvenirs. Come experience the charms of Terengganu!


Some popular places of interest in this state are the Taman Tamaddun Islam at Pulau Wan Man, Terengganu State Museum Complex and Masjid Tengku Tengah Zaharah in Kuala Terengganu, Pulau Duyong, the beautiful islands of Pulau Redang, Perhentian Besar and Kecil, Lang Tengah, Tengol, Gemia and Pulau Kapas, Tasik Kenyir (the largest man-made lake in South East Asia), Chemerong Waterfall at Hulu Dungun, Latah Tembekah Waterfall, Kompleks Sultanah Nur Zahirah (traditional arts & crafts), Sekayu Recrational Forest at Kuala Berang and the many beautiful beaches on the mainland.

Paragliding the coastline at Kota Putera Paragliding Park in Besut is a great way to soak in the splendid South China Sea coast views beneath for adventure seekers!

Food & Dining

Terengganu offers an array of delectable local culinary delights. Food is reasonably priced and visitors have a wide range of delicacies to try out. As the state is situated close to the sea, seafood plays a prominent role in its culinary scene. Freshness are said to give Terengganu’s food its extra delicious taste and distinct aromas.


Kuala Terengganu is about 455km from Kuala Lumpur via the East Coast Highway. Express buses to various towns in Terengganu are easily available from Kuala Lumpur and other parts of the country and the journey takes approximately five to seven hours from Kuala Lumpur. Daily flights from the Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA) to the Sultan Mahmud Airport in Kuala Terengganu is also available.

There are several interesting modes of transportation in Terengganu. Among them is the beautifully decorated hop-on hop-off Heritage Bus or town bus which plies the major tourist spots in the capital city of Kuala Terengganu and the brightly-decorated trishaws where visitors can enjoy a leisurely ride while taking in the sights and sounds of the city. In addition, there are also local buses and taxis that are readily available.

Explore Other States

The state of Pahang stands as the biggest state in Peninsula Malaysia and nearly two-thirds of its land is richly covered with magnificent rainforests that is filled with natural verdant and wildlife treasures. Taman Negara, Malaysia’s National Park is a 130-million-years-old rainforest with teeming wildlife. A trip to this magical beauty is a must for nature lovers. Make sure to also visit the many animal sanctuaries, parks, lakes and waterfalls to experience and appreciate nature in it’s full beauty.

Kuantan, the capital city in Pahang, has a number of interesting tourist spots.. Come enjoy the many interesting sights when you take the relaxing river cruise ride or learn about interesting local culture and arts when you visit the Seni Art Museum. Balok and Cherating are beaches that bustle with many lively attractions. More natural treasures await at Kuala Krau, Raub and Temerloh.


The state of Kelantan is located in the northeast of Peninsular Malaysia and is nicknamed the ‘Cradle of Malay Culture’. Kota Bharu being the riverside state capital is home to its royal palaces of past and present. Discover a treasure trove of quaint gems when you experience and witness the simple life at this quiet countryside that blends old-fashioned villages, small towns and riverside communities. Revel in time-honored Malay heritage and culture while getting to enjoy and experience the sights of mountains, caves and jungles at the pristine Kuala Koh National Park and imposing Mount Stong. You can also be sure of a unique and memorable experience here in Kelantan.