Where is K.Terengganu? Kuala Terrengganu is located in Terrengganu State and at our east coast of West Malaysia. Confusing? Just go and search google map and locate it yourself. It should be bunch of results listed out as it was like the main entrance for you to reach those famous islands such as Pulau Redang, Pulau Perhentian, Lang Tengah, Pulau Kapas and the latest private island Pulau Gem.
How to go? It can be by all kind of transportation whether by Land, Sea or Air transportations.
Why to go? If you wanted to go to these mentioned islands, the only route is to go through Kuala Terengganu and reached it’s Jetty. From there on took/rent a boat to the islands. There isn’t any route you can reach these islands unless you have your own private boat.
What to see? I’m not really know what to see in Terrengganu itself beside being the main route to island. Anyhow it does have some famous tourism attractions such as Lake Kenyir, Largest Muzium in SEA, Floating Mosque and err… that’s all I guess. But these attractions aren’t in town, you need to take taxi out from town to it location. Anyhow it wasn’t in my topic today. I’ll just skip it.
So what actually have in Kuala Terrengganu? See for yourself!
You may book fire flyz flight to K.Terengganu from Penang.
A nice and wonderful place to stay if you plan to overnight at Kuala Terengganu. Not believe? See the following pictures.
Night View in Primula Hotel. By the way, the swimming pool is nice and clean.
Beside swimming, you can have some outdoor activities like football, volleyball and basket ball at their private beach.
If you’re not a sporty person, perhaps just some relaxing moment lying on the beach and watching the clear night sky with bright moonlit above!
If you could wake up early, you might seen this scene as like the picture above.
You may sit here while waiting for the sunrise. Only if you lucky enough to see the sun rise from the sea, else most of the time it covered by thick clouds and you could just see it rise from cloud instead sea!
If all above couldn’t pleased you, perhaps you consider a short trip to nearby island like in this picture, Pulau Kapas.
Critics and comments on the photos are welcomed!