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terengganu - Official Website of Tourism Malaysia
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Built on Wan Man Island, the 22-hectare Islamic Civilisation Park
takes visitors on an intriguing journey through the Islamic world’s
rich art and cultural heritage. Among the interactive theme park’s
key attractions are scaled-down replicas of Islamic monuments
from around the world, the iconic Crystal Mosque, 3D cinema and
a range of fun rides.
Tel: +609 627 8888
Website: www.tti.com.my
At 208 metres, Bukit Puteri (Princess Hill) is the highest point in
Kuala Terengganu and offers a panoramic view of the Terengganu
River. It is also the site of a former 19th century fortress. Relics and
other reminders of its colourful past can still be found on the hill to
this day, including a large brass bell, cannons, graveyard, flagpole
and lighthouse.
Tel: +609 630 9433 / 9093
(Tourism Malaysia Terengganu Information Counter)
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Kuala Terengganu’s central market, Pasar Payang, is a popular
market frequented by both locals and visitors. Besides fresh local
produce, the market offers a variety of traditional snacks, textiles,
handicrafts, trinkets and more. The nearby Waterfront Heritage
Bazaar is another must-visit for visitors to Terengganu as it boasts
an interesting selection of shops selling all kinds of local handicrafts
and delicacies.
Tel: +609 630 9433 / 9093
(Tourism Malaysia Terengganu Information Counter)
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TTI
River Cruise
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MBKT
The Store
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K.T.
Travellers Inn
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PASAR BESAR KEDAI PAYANG
Kampung Teluk Ketapang is a small fishing village where visitors
can experience the traditional Terengganu way of life. During their
stay, guests will have the opportunity to observe how local dishes
are prepared and help out in the kitchen. Other activities include
participating in various traditional games, fishing as well as visits to
local cottage industries.
Tel: +6013 923 4837 / +6014 841 7454
Website: www.homestayketapang.com
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TERENGGANU
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Besut
Bukit Keluang Beach Resort ***
Taman Azimos Chalet
Demong Beach Resort Chalet
Rumah Rehat Kerajaan
Primula Pointry Besut
Pulau Perhentian Besar
Arwana Perhentian
Eco Resort & Beach Chalet
Coral View Island Resort
New Cocohut Chalet/ Cozy Resort
Fauna Beach Chalet
Flora Bay Resort
Perhentian Island Resort ***
Tuna Bay Island Resort
Mama’s Chalet & Restaurant Abdul’s Chalet Pulau Perhentian Kecil
Bubu Long Beach Resort
Senja Bay Resort
Shari-La Island Resort
Watercolours Impiani Island Resort
(Perhentian Besar)
Tel: 09 695 4100
Tel: 09 695 7405
Tel: 09 695 5500
Tel: 09 695 6326
Tel: 09 695 7888
Tel: 09 691 1888
Tel: 09 697 4943
Tel: 09 697 4982
Tel: 09 697 7607
Tel: 09 691 1666
Tel: 09 697 4900
Tel: 09 690 2902
Tel : 013 984 0232
Tel : 09 697 72620
Tel: 03 2142 6688
Tel: 09 691 1799
Tel: 09 691 1500
Tel: 09 691 1852
Dungun
Dahima’s Guest House
Merantau Inn
Pasir Raja Resthouse
Residence Resort ****
Six Villa Inn & Holidays
Sri Gate Hotel
Sura Hotel
Tanjong Jara Resort *****
Turtles De’ Village Inn
Uitm Hotel **
Rumbia Resort Villa ***
Tel: 09 845 2843
Tel: 09 844 1131
Tel: 09 848 1616
Tel: 09 827 3366
Tel: 09 827 4398
Tel: 09 848 1648
Tel: 09 848 1716
Tel: 03 2719 8000
Tel: 09 845 6001
Tel: 09 848 1700
Tel: 09 827 2020
Pulau Tenggol
Tenggol Island Beach Resort
Tenggol Island Resort
Tenggol Coral
Tel: 012 680 1148
Tel: 09 848 4862
Tel: 03 4252 5668
Kuala Berang
Lake Kenyir Resort Taman Negara
Lake Land Resort
AJ Hotel (Ajil) / Kuala Berang
Anggerik Impian
Warisan Pahlawan Resort Petang Island Resort Tel: 09 666 8888
Tel: 019 995 0720
Tel: 09 686 2333
Tel: 013 930 8081
Tel: 017 576 3236
Tel: 09 622 1276
Kemaman
Resort World Kijal *****
Cheneh Recreation & Resort
Kemaman Seaview Hotel
Serasi Inn Kerteh
Tiara Hotel
Cukai Utama Hotel Pok Eng Tin Hotel Mehram Hotel Kerteh Damansara Inn A. I. Hostel & Management Kerteh Lodge Tel: 09 864 1188
Tel: 09 873 0541
Tel: 09 859 6337
Tel: 09 826 6627
Tel: 09 859 1802
Tel: 09 858 9666
Tel: 09 859 9188
Tel: 09 859 8324
Tel: 017 371 9299
Tel: 09 858 2722
Tel: 09 826 5307
TERENGGANU STATE MUSEUM COMPLEX
PANTAI BATU BURUK
Touted as the largest museum in Southeast Asia, the Terengganu
State Museum Complex in Kampung Losong comprises a main
museum, maritime museum, fisheries museum, traditional timber
houses as well as botanic and herb gardens. Its vast collection of
age-old artefacts, works of art and exhibits offers a glimpse into
the state’s rich heritage. The original Batu Bersurat is prominently
displayed at the museum’s main entrance.
Tel: +609 622 1444
Website: museum.terengganu.gov.my
Pantai Batu Buruk is a beautiful beach located just 1km away
from the Kuala Terengganu city centre. A popular venue for kite
flying and picnics, the beach is always a hive of activity. Cultural
performances as well as demonstrations of traditional pastimes
and games are often staged here on weekends. Visitors can savour
an array of local food and beverages at the Batu Buruk Food Centre
located near the beach.
Tel: +609 630 9433 / 9093
(Tourism Malaysia Terengganu Information Counter)
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TRADITIONAL BOAT BUILDING, PULAU DUYONG
MASJID TENGKU TENGAH ZAHARAH
Shopping
Pulau Duyong is a small island noted for its traditional boat building
industry. The master craftsmen here are known to build boats
and even yachts from memory and experience without the use
of blueprints or nails. Visitors will have the opportunity to observe
these skilled boat makers at work in numerous workshops around
the island.
Tel: +609 630 9433 / 9093
(Tourism Malaysia Terengganu Information Counter)
Masjid Tengku Tengah Zaharah is often referred to as the “Floating
Mosque” as it was built on a platform in the middle of a lake. The
iconic white mosque is a blend of modern and traditional Moorish
architecture which reflects the ongoing modernisation of the state.
Set against the panoramic backdrop of the South China Sea, this
awe-inspiring mosque is truly a marvel to behold.
Tel: +609 630 9433 / 9093
(Tourism Malaysia Terengganu Information Counter)
The best shopping experiences in Terengganu revolve around its
cultural heritage and vibrant cottage industries. An endless array of
shops selling all kinds of local products can be found at the Payang
Central Market and Bazaar Warisan in Kuala Terengganu’s city centre.
Souvenir items include Terengganu handicrafts such as silverware,
batik, songket, brassware as well as woven pandanus mats and baskets.
Kuala Terengganu
Terengganu Equestrian Resort
Ming Star Hotel
Batu Burok Beach Resort **
Grand Continental Hotel ***
Duyong Marina & Resort Terengganu ****
Indah Hotel
K.T. Beach Resort
Tel: 09 617 7755
Tel: 09 622 8666
Tel: 09 622 1410
Tel: 09 625 1888
Tel: 09 627 7888
Tel: 09 623 3023
Tel: 09 631 5555
K.T. Mutiara Hotel
Tel: 09 622 2655
K.T. Travellers Inn
Tel: 09 622 3666
Kenangan Hotel
Tel: 09 622 2688
Motel Desa
Tel: 09 622 3033
Permai Hotel Kuala Terengganu ***
Tel: 09 622 2122
Primula Beach Hotel ****
Tel: 09 622 2100
Qurata Riverside
Tel: 09 617 5500
Seaview Hotel
Tel: 09 622 1911
Seri Indah Resort **
Tel: 09 622 2633
Seri Malaysia Hotel **
Tel: 09 623 6454
Sri Hoover Hotel
Tel: 09 623 3823
Terengganu Hotel
Tel: 09 622 2900
Yt Midtown Hotel **
Tel: 09 622 3088
Awi’s Yellow House
Tel: 09 622 2080
Ping Anchorage Travellers
Tel: 09 626 2020
Sri Tanjung Hotel
Tel: 09 626 2636
Triple A Guest House
Tel: 09 622 7372
Felda Residence Kuala Terengganu ****Tel: 09 632 1111
Hotel Tanjong Vista
Tel : 09 631 9988
Sumai Hotel Apartment Tel: 09 631 0099
Grand Puteri Hotel Tel: 09 621 5555
Hotel Sentral Kuala Terengganu Tel: 09 623 8118
PrinzPark Resort Terengganu
Tel: 09 617 8866
Pulau Redang
The Taaras Beach & Spa**** Coral Redang Island Resort
Laguna Redang ****
Mozana Beach Resort
Redang Bay Resort ***
Redang Beach Resort
Redang Kalong Resort
Redang Lagoon
Redang Reef Resort
Redang Pelangi Resort
Tel: 09 630 8888
Tel: 09 623 6200
Tel: 09 631 0888
Tel: 017 929 6973
Tel: 09 620 3200
Tel: 09 623 8188
Tel: 09 622 1591
Tel: 09 666 5020
Tel: 09 620 3688
Tel: 09 624 2158
Pulau Lang Tengah
D’coconut Island Resort
Lang Sari Resort
Summer Bay Tel: 03 4252 6686
Tel: 03 2166 1380
Tel: 09 6239 911
Marang
Angullia Beach House
Island View Resort
Kamal Guest House
Rhu Muda Resort
Seri Malaysia Hotel **
Tel: 09 618 1322
Tel: 09 618 2006
Tel: 09 618 2181
Tel: 09 618 1934
Tel: 09 618 2889
Pulau Kapas
Kapas Beach Chalet
Kapas Island Resort ***
Kapas Turtle Valley
Tel: 012 288 2008
Tel: 09 624 9493
Tel: 013 354 3650
Pulau Gemia
Gem Island Resort & Spa
Tel: 09 688 2505
Setiu
Kembara Resort
Nelayan Inn
Peladang Setiu Agro Resort
Suria Resort
Sutra Beach Resort ***
Terrapuri The Royale Aryani Terengganu
Tel: 09 653 1770
Tel: 09 697 7921
Tel: 09 690 2245
Tel: 09 653 1600
Tel: 09 653 1111
Tel: 09 624 5020
Tel: 09 653 1120
Kuala Nerus
TH Hotel & Convention Centre Terengganu
Dara Inn Ancasa Express Quinara Al-Safir Resort Gem Beach Resort Scout Inn Resort Tel: 09 668 6666
Tel: 09 666 8482
Tel: 09 666 0613
Tel: 09 667 4040
Tel: 09 669 5910
Tel: 09 662 3100
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Built-up Area
Tourist Information Centre
Post Office
Field / Recreation
Hotel
Library
River / Lake
Shopping
Sports Complex
Major Road
Hospital / Clinic
Secondary Road
Police Station
Important Landmark,
University / College
Place of Interest
Fire Station
Place of Worship
Tourism Malaysia Office
Bus Station
Jetty
Places of Interest
Abidin Mosque
Bazaar Warisan
Bukit Keledang
Bukit Puteri
Cultural Centre
Galeri Seni Warisan
Heritage Bay Club
Inscribed Stone (Batu Bersurat)
Istana Bukit Jambol
Istana Maziah
Kampung Cina (Chinatown)
Kota Lama Duyong
Masjid Kristal
Monsoon Cup
Paddle Boating Lake
Pantai Batu Buruk
Pasar Payang and Waterfront Heritage Bazaar
Perigi Captain Lim’s
Perkampungan Keropok Losong
Planetarium Terengganu
Seberang Takir
Taman Panorama
Taman Tamadun Islam (Islamic Civilisation Park)
C2
C2
B3
C2
D4
D3
B2
D3
B3
C2
B2
B2
A4
B2
A4
D3
C2
B3
A4
B5
C1
C4
A4
Traditional Boat Building, Pulau Duyong
Traditional Food Complex
TTI River Cruise
Turtle Alley
Warrior Park
Waterfront Kuala Terengganu
B3
C2
A4
B3
A4
B3
Shopping
Emporium Hock Kee Seng
Giant Kuala Terengganu
Mydin Mall
Mydin Wholesale Emporium
Plaza Paya Bunga
Plaza Perdana
The Store
C2
B5
B5
C2
C3
B3
B3
Facilities
Duyung Island Jetty
High Sessions Court
Hospital Sultanah Nur Zahirah (HSNZ)
Istana Nur Nadhirah
Jabatan Laut Wilayah Timur
Jetty Kg Duyung
Jetty to Seberang Takir
Kompleks Belia & Sukan Kuala Terengganu
B2
B5
D3
D4
B3
A3
C2
C5
Kompleks Seri Iman
Kuala Terengganu Police Station
Kuala Terengganu Specialist Hospital
Mahkamah Syariah Terengganu
Muzium Negeri
Pejabat Kesihatan Kuala Terengganu
Pejabat Perikanan Daerah Kuala Terengganu
Pejabat RISDA Kuala Terengganu
Perhentian Teksi Tanjung
Perpustakaan Awam
Pusat Dagangan Terengganu
Shahbandar Jetty
Stadium Hoki
Stadium Negeri
Stadium Sultan Ismail Nasarudin Shah
Terminal Bas MBKT
Traffic Police Station
Wisma Kastam Terengganu
C5
C3
D4
C5
A4
D3
B4
C3
C2
B5
B5
C2
D4
D3
C3
C3
C3
B3
Hotel
DJ Citi Point
C2
FELDA Residence
B3
Grand Continental
D2
Guest House
A4
IndahC3
K. T. Beach Resort
D2
K.T. Travellers Inn
D2
KenangaC3
KT Mutiara
C3
Kuala Terengganu
D2
Ming Paragon Hotel & Spa
D3
Ming Star
D3
Mini Indah
C2
Motel Desa
C4
Pakatan Riverside Resthouse
A2
Primula Beach
D3
Duyong Marina & Resort Terengganu
B2
SeaviewC2
SentralC2
Seri Hoover
B3
Seri Malaysia
B3
Sri Tanjung
C2
Sumai Suite
D3
Tanjong Vista
D2
Teratai Tenang
C3
YT Midtown C2
Information Centre
Tourism Malaysia
C2
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KAMPUNG CINA (CHINATOWN)
NOOR ARFA CRAFT COMPLEX
Established by the Chinese community in the late 19th century,
Kampung Cina was once a major centre of commercial activity in
its heyday. Today, its quaint streets are lined with souvenir shops,
restaurants as well as a variety of other stores. It has been declared
a UNESCO World Heritage Site under the World Monument Watch
Programme to ensure the preservation of its pre-colonial heritage
and buildings.
Tel: +609 630 9433 / 9093
(Tourism Malaysia Terengganu Information Counter)
A pioneering and leading producer of hand-painted batik in
Malaysia, Noor Arfa is known for its meticulous designs and quality
fabrics. Located about 15km south of Kuala Terengganu, the 2.5acre complex houses a manufacturing facility, demonstration areas,
factory outlet and one of the nation’s largest batik showrooms.
More than 200 different kinds of handicraft products are available
for purchase at the complex.
Tel: +609 617 9700
Website: www.noor-arfa.com.my
Dining
Terengganu serves up a tempting variety of local delicacies which can
be found almost everywhere in the state. Western cuisine is available
at hotels while fast food outlets can be found in most major towns.
Terengganu is well known for rice-based dishes such as nasi dagang
with gulai ikan tongkol (spiced rice with spicy tuna curry), nasi kunyit
(glutinous rice cooked in coconut milk and turmeric) and nasi kerabu
(rice mixed with various herbs, spices and vegetables). Other musttry local delicacies here are the keropok lekor (crackers made from a
mixture of fish and sago), laksam (flat rice noodles in a rich fish gravy)
and budu (fermented anchovies).
Getting Here
Terengganu is accessible via an interconnected network of
expressways and roads from all major towns and cities in Peninsular
Malaysia. The state is also easily accessible by air with Malaysia Airlines
and AirAsia offering daily flights from Kuala Lumpur to the Sultan
Mahmud Airport in Kuala Terengganu, just 14km from the city centre.
Besides daily flights to Kuala Terengganu from Penang, Firefly also flies
to Kerteh in Kemaman from Subang. Berjaya Air operates daily direct
flights from Kuala Lumpur to Redang Island.
Getting Around
Getting around Kuala Terengganu is a breeze as Heritage City
shuttle buses ply a fixed route past the city’s top attractions.
The starting point is at Taman Syahbandar, where visitors can
choose from the two routes available. Taxis are also easily
available in the city and major towns. Brightly-decorated
trishaws are another attraction in Kuala Terengganu.
Contact Numbers
Tourism Enquiries
Tourist Information Centre (Bukit Puteri)
+609 622 1553
Tourist Information Centre (Kemaman)
+609 868 7600
Tourist Information Centre (Kuala Besut)
+609 697 3166
Tourism Malaysia Terengganu Information Counter
+609 630 9433 / 9093
MALAYSIA
Situated in the heart of Southeast Asia, Malaysia is a
vibrant destination with a diversity of cultures and
traditions. This tropical paradise boasts pristine jungles
and verdant national parks that are teeming with
numerous species of birds and wildlife. Malaysia’s sundrenched islands and beaches are home to a stunning
range of marine life. Its natural wealth is complemented
by magnificent modern landmarks and heritage
buildings. There is something to charm every visitor,
be it a history-lover, nature-enthusiast, sun-seeker or
an avid shopper. Explore the length and breadth of the
country to discover the many attractions of Malaysia!
Terengganu
Thailand
PERLIS
MAP OF MALAYSIA
KEDAH
A treasure trove of natural and
cultural
cultural wonders, Terengganu is
often fittingly referred to as the
“Gem of the East Coast”. Visitors will be
captivated by its unspoiled landscape, dotted with
quaint small towns, rustic coastal villages and verdant
greenery. To sun and sea lovers, it is the gateway to
some of Malaysia’s most beautiful islands where diving
and other leisure activities abound. Bordered by the
South China Sea to the east, it boasts a 244km coastline,
the longest in Peninsular Malaysia. Deeply rooted in
traditional Malay culture, Terengganu showcases a
variety of crafts, from boat building to batik printing.
PENANG
LABUAN
KELANTAN
PERAK
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BESUT: THE HUB OF THE WOODCARVING INDUSTRY
LA HOT SPRINGS
Visitors flock to these natural hot springs for a chance to enjoy the
therapeutic properties of the sulphur-rich water. Surrounded by a
recreational forest and clear streams, this unique spot also offers
activities such as fishing, camping and jungle-trekking. Chalets and
campgrounds are available for overnight visitors.
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PAHANG
SELANGOR
KUALA LUMPUR
PUTRAJAYA
Celebes
Sea
SARAWAK
NEGERI SEMBILAN
MELAKA
JOHOR
Kuala Nerus
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Memorial Batu Bersurat
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The farthest island from the mainland, Pulau Tenggol is
accessible by boat via the Kuala Dungun Jetty, 80km south of
Kuala Terengganu. Its well-sheltered bay is home to mature coral
gardens with hard and soft corals, and teeming with spectacular
marine life, making it a diver’s dream destination. The island is
located along the migratory route of whale sharks, an event that
is highly anticipated by divers.
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PANTAI BUKIT KELUANG
GUNUNG TEBU AND LATA BELATAN WATERFALL
PULAU KAPAS
PANTAI KEMASIK
One of the many hidden gems of Terengganu, Pantai Bukit Keluang
offers a variety of outdoor experiences for all to enjoy. Besides a
long stretch of pristine white sands, the area also features rocky
outcrops, lush rainforests, a river and caves for visitors to explore.
Located 10km from Kuala Besut, Pantai Bukit Keluang is a favourite
weekend stopover for both locals and visitors.
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Gunung Tebu is said to be one of the easiest mountains to
climb in Terengganu. Steeped in legend and blessed by rugged
natural beauty, the Gunung Tebu peak is also the place to catch
breathtaking views of Pulau Perhentian and the South China Sea.
On the way down, visitors can stop by the Lata Belatan Waterfall to
rest and cool off.
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Pulau Kapas is a small island fringed by unspoiled beaches and
clear blue waters. Isolated from the bustling mainland and yet easily
reached, Pulau Kapas is the perfect place for a relaxing vacation. Its
diverse mix of marine life includes fish, turtles and corals, drawing
diving enthusiasts from around the world.
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Pantai Kemasik is much more than just a beautiful beach with
interesting rock formations. Situated nearby is a traditional
fishing village where visitors can observe a simpler yet
fascinating way of life. As traditional beach fishing is still
practised here, visitors will also have the opportunity to try their
hand at pulling in fishing nets on the beach.
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PULAU PERHENTIAN
SETIU WETLANDS
JENANG TRADITIONAL VILLAGE
KEMAMAN RECREATIONAL PARK AND MINI ZOO
Pulau Perhentian is made up of two main islands, namely the
larger and more developed Perhentian Besar; and Perhentian
Kecil which is popular among budget travellers. The islands are a
haven of relaxation with unspoiled jungles, shady palm trees and
white sandy beaches. Its coral-rich waters and unique marine life
make Perhentian a popular underwater paradise for diving and
snorkelling.
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(Tourism Malaysia Terengganu Information Counter)
Covering some 23,000 hectares, these wetlands feature nine
interconnected ecosystems: sea, beach, mudflat, lagoon, estuary,
river, island, coastal forest and mangrove forest. The area is also a
known nesting ground for endangered species such as the green
turtle and painted terrapin. Visitors can cruise down the river, go
fishing and visit an aquaculture farm.
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(Tourism Malaysia Terengganu Information Counter)
The traditional Malay village of Kampung Jenang offers visitors an
opportunity to mingle with friendly villagers and observe thriving
cottage industries such as the making of palm sugar, local tobacco
and traditional thatched attap roofs. Visitors will also get to watch
trained monkeys pluck coconuts.
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Located in the village of Kampung Ibok, about 14km from
Chukai town, this family favourite features a water park,
aquarium, elephant park, bird park, orchid garden, fruit orchard
and herb garden. Visitors can also enjoy amazing views of the
surroundings from the suspension bridge and observation
deck.
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Railway
PULAU LANG TENGAH
PANTAI PENARIK
RANTAU ABANG TURTLE SANCTUARY
FIREFLY SANCTUARY, SUNGAI YAK YAH
River
Tucked between the more famous Pulau Perhentian and Pulau
Redang islands, Pulau Lang Tengah is really a tiny island as a roundisland trip by speedboat takes only 10 minutes. In addition to it
being a wonderful place to enjoy a quiet and peaceful break, Lang
Tengah also features some of the best snorkelling and diving spots
in Malaysia.
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(Tourism Malaysia Terengganu Information Counter)
Pantai Penarik offers a picturesque setting complete with a long
sandy coastline, sparkling waters, quaint fishing villages and
traditional Malay houses. From here, visitors can enjoy breathtaking
vistas of the state’s most famous islands, including Redang, Lang
Tengah and Perhentian. The beach is perfect for holidaymakers
looking for a quiet and relaxing getaway.
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(Tourism Malaysia Terengganu Information Counter)
Rantau Abang is famous for being one of only six hatching sites
in the world where giant leatherback turtles come ashore to lay
their eggs. To know more about the turtles, head to the Turtle
Information Centre. An Aquatic Bio-Diversity Gallery at the Turtle &
Marine Ecology Centre within the vicinity of the Turtle Information
Centre also offers displays of marine life species, seashells, replicas
of marine life and marine information.
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Sungai Yak Yah, or Yak Yah River, is the site of Malaysia’s largest
firefly sanctuary. It is located by the village of Kampung Ibok,
13km from the town of Chukai in the district of Kemaman.
Visitors can take a river cruise along the 13km-long river to
catch sight of the fireflies. Tours, offered by local operators, start
after dusk and run until midnight when the fireflies are most
active.
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(Tourism Malaysia Terengganu Information Counter)
SOUTH CHINA SEA
Pantai Batu Buruk
Marang Pulau Gemia
Jetty
12 Pulau Kapas
Marang
Wakaf
Tapai
PULAU TENGGOL
This recreational beach is best known as the venue for the annual
district Cultural Fiesta and Kapas-Marang International Swimathon.
A popular weekend destination, the beach is well equipped with
facilities such as gazebos, washrooms, a performance stage and
ample parking. Food stalls and restaurants nearby serve up fresh
seafood delicacies and local favourites.
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Pulau Duyong
KUALA
TERENGGANU
PANTAI KELULUT
2
Batu Rakit
Sultan Mahmud Airport
Kompleks Sultanah
Nur Zahirah Kuala Nerus
Jenang Traditional Village
Besut takes pride of place as the woodcarving capital of
Terengganu. Visitors can admire the intricate and exquisite designs
of this time-honoured art at the Kampung Raja Woodcarving
Centre or pay a visit to the master woodcarvers themselves in
Kuala Besut. Featuring motifs inspired by Islamic art and nature, the
woodcarvings can be found in many public buildings and houses.
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Indonesia
Singapore
Straits of Malacca
Setiu
1
Brunei
Darussalam
South China Sea
Pantai Merang •
Homestay Rhu Sepuloh •
SABAH
Places of Interest
TERENGGANU
3 Pulau Perhentian Kecil
Kuala Pantai
Air
Tawar
Pulau
Perhentian Besar
Besut Jetty
Pantai
Woodcarving
5 Pulau
4
2 Bukit
1
Industry
Keluang
Redang
Pulau
Homestay Felda Selasih •
Balai Seni Ukiran
Lang Tengah
Homestay Felda Keruak •
Jertih
Setiu
Wetlands 9 Pantai Penarik
Besut
Pasir
8
Akar
Pulau
Bidong
7
Merang Jetty
Gunung Tebu/
Lata Tembakah
Lata Belatan
Merang
Waterfall
Bandar
La 6
Permaisuri
Hot Springs
KELANTAN
Sulu
Sea
11
Pantai Kelulut
Ajil
Kuala Berang
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• Homestay Kampung Buloh
Tasik Kenyir
Sekayu Recreational
Forest
Rantau Abang
Turtle Sanctuary
Hulu Terengganu
•
•
•
•
•
Terrapin Conservation Centre
Homestay Kampung Buluh
Kenyir Elephant Village
Lasir Waterfall (Kenyir)
Pulau Herba (Kenyir)
KUALA TERENGGANU
Chemerong
• Bukit Puteri
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Waterfall
• Dataran Shahbandar
• Taman Tamadun Islam (Islamic Civilisation Park)
• Kampung Cina (Chinatown)
• Masjid Tengku Tengah Zaharah
• Noor Arfa Batik Craft Complex
Kemaman
• Pantai Batu Buruk
• Pasar Besar Kedai Payang
• Pulau Warisan
• Terengganu State Museum Complex
• Traditional Boat Building
• Istana Maziah
• Masjid Abidin (Masjid Negeri)
• Homestay Pulau Duyong
PAHANG
14 Rantau
Abang
Dungun
Bukit Besi
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Dungun Jetty
Ma’Daerah Turtle Sanctuary
• Pantai Teluk Lipat
• Pantai Teluk Bidara
• Homestay Pasir Raja
• Homestay Jerangau
Paka
State Capital
Kerteh
Kampung
Air Jernih
Kemasik
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Firefly Sanctuary
Sungai Yak Yah
Pasir Gajah
Pantai Kemasik
Kijal
Pantai Kijal
19
Kemaman
Recreational Park
and Mini Zoo
Pulau
Tenggol
18
Chukai
20
Bakau Tinggi
Recreation Park
Pantai
Teluk Mak Nik
Major Town
Town
International Airport
Domestic Airport
Jetty
14
19
International Border
State Border
Division Border
Expressway
Major Road
Perasing
Kampung
Durian
Place of Interest
Tourism Malaysia Of f ice
Tourist Information Centre
* Map not drawn to scale
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PULAU REDANG
Pulau Redang is the largest of the nine protected islands that
make up the Pulau Redang Marine Park. This island is famous for
its numerous dive sites, clear waters and coral reefs that are rich
in marine life. The waters around here also hold two historic WWII
shipwrecks, namely the HMS Prince of Wales and HMS Repulse. The
island offers a wide selection of resort-based accommodation.
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MEMORIAL BATU BERSURAT
(MEMORIAL OF THE INSCRIBED STONE)
Dating back to the 4th century, the Batu Bersurat Terengganu is
the earliest recorded evidence of the spread of Islam in the region.
It is listed on the United Nations Memory of the World register, a
UNESCO programme aimed at preserving the world’s documentary
heritage. A replica has been built as a memorial in Kampung Buluh,
Kuala Berang, where it was first discovered in 1903.
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CHEMERONG WATERFALL
PANTAI TELUK MAK NIK
The multi-tiered Chemerong Waterfall is widely regarded as the
highest waterfall in Malaysia. A truly spectacular sight, the water
cascades down some 305m of rugged cliffs and rock faces before
reaching the bottom. It is located within the Chemerong Forest
Reserve, just 30km from Bandar Al Muktafi Billah Shah in Dungun.
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(Tourism Malaysia Terengganu Information Counter)
Teluk Mak Nik, sometimes referred to as Monica Bay, is an
important nesting ground for green turtles. Located by the
beach, the turtle sanctuary houses a hatchery where visitors
can learn more about conservation efforts and view cute
newborn hatchlings. Not surprisingly, the main activities here
are turtle watching and helping to release turtle hatchlings
back into the wild.
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(Tourism Malaysia Terengganu Information Counter)

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