Discover the treasures of exotic Terengganu, a state rich in Malay heritage, blessed with an abundance of sun-drenched lush islands, bestowed with a wealth of invigorating natural adventure sites and a myriad of colorful traditional pursuits that include batik printing and songket weaving. Its coastal capital, Kuala Terengganu, is both the royal and largest city in Terengganu offering numerous charming facilities of modern and traditional fussion.
Terengganu is synonym with ‘keropok lekor’. Keropok lekor is a popular snack made of fresh fish meat ground to a paste and mixed with sago. This dish is easy-to-get and can be one of the dishes for the tea time. This state is also famous with satar; boneless fish marinated in spices, wrapped in banana leaves and grilled over a flaming charcoal fire.
Apart than the delicious, mouth watering food, this state is one of the finest and the most famous traditional boat making in the world. This boat making industry is located at Pulau Duyung.
Here, you may find the finest songket and batik in Malaysia. Noor Arfa Batik is one of the popular batik and songket boutiques in Terengganu.
Terengganu are well known with its white sand, crystal clear islands such as Pulau Redang, Pulau Kapas, and Pulau Perhentian. Pasar Payang is the famous wet and dry market. It also has lots of choices of souvenirs; traditional, local and hand made.
Turtle, the mascot of Terengganu, can be found at Rantau Abang. Turtles come to this beach every year to lay eggs. Besides this unique and wonderful turtles, Rantau Abang is knowned for its sun-drenched, soft sandy beaches such as Teluk Bidara and Tanjung Jara that are perfect for picnicking, sunbathing, swimming and unwinding.
Lang Tengah and Lata Tembakah are known for their breathtaking waterfalls.