Apa yang menarik di Terengganu?
The magnificent coastline of Terengganu offers much in the form of secluded palm-fringed coves and popular picnic spots for a family outing by the beach. Easily accessible via the picturesque coastal highway, a walk on the beach is recommended. Set against the idyllic islands as picture perfect backgrounds with traditional fishing villages and their coastal fishing boats dotted on the stretches of golden sands. An early morning walk is recommendable, pampered by cool breeze of the sea to witness activities of local fishermen or perhaps to witness the dazzling colours of sunrise
2) The food
Due to its geographical location and historical background, Terengganu cuisine displays a strong influence of Thai, Chinese and Indian cuisines. Dining out in Terengganu is relatively inexpensive and there are always plenty of choices ranging from hotels to hawker stalls. With endless variety of delicious temptations available day or night in Terengganu, your taste buds may need to work overtime to savour it all. The cuisine of Terengganu, an east coast state of Peninsular Malaysia, is distinctively memorable for its fresh ingredients, inimitable spices and unique flavours.
Keropok lekor, nasi dagang and laksam Terengganu are among the signature cuisines of Terengganu.
It isn’t only the bounties of nature that will dazzle you while on a visit to Terengganu. The state is also rich in tradition as apparent by the wealth of dances that you will witness performed gracefully by our culture troupe. Traditional games and pastime are still kept alive and played during weekend traditional performance. Be fascinated by kite-flying skills as well as the spinning of giant gasing (tops), among others.
Visitors will be astounded by the artistic flair and immaculate skills that go into the making of Terengganu's traditional handicrafts. Its distinctive creativity and flair has been prestigiously recognized and blends with modern touch. No wonder then that finest craftsmanship such as songket weaving, hand drawn and block imprint batik, brassware, mats weaving, basketry, woodcarvings and traditional boat making remains a legacy and heritage of Terengganu.
Blue skies and crystal-clear emerald waters are enticing enough to pull flocks of tourists to the islands of Terengganu. For those looking for an escapade from stresses of concrete jungle, the pristine beaches and rich sea life are a perfect hideaway. Indeed, divers are fascinated by the wealth of marine life and beautiful corals that surround these islands. Pulau Perhentian, Lang Tengah, Redang, Kapas and Tenggol are marine park gazettes.
As such the clusters of islands are being preserved as priceless emeralds of irresistible allure. Soft, powdery white sandy beaches fringe stunning underwater gardens of crystal clear azure waters, with a backdrop of verdant tropical jungle clad hills offer highly diverse species of flora and fauna.
Visitors can indulge in so much fun, exciting and memorable activities such as diving, snorkeling, swimming, squid fishing, camping, canoeing or jungle trekking. Or prefer having a perfect holiday by just lying in the shades of swaying coconut trees, enjoying the cool breeze doing practically nothing
Vibrant, wild, and uniquely exciting, Terengganu promises to astound you with its extraordinary mix of exotic flora and fauna. Located on the east coast of Peninsular Malaysia, this treasure trove is home to some of the most spectacular wonders of the natural world, including 130 million-year-old rainforest and the largest man-made lake in Southeast Asia.
Nowhere else but in Terengganu can you find so many different places selling so many different things on every street. With weekend markets, night markets and handicraft centres in practically every village and town, shoppers will be spoilt for choice in shopping for batik, songket, silk, keris, woodcarvings, woven mats, baskets, silverware and brassware; not to mention all kinds of costumes, beachwear and even fresh seafood. Indeed, Terengganu is the well-kept secret for bargain hunters, souvenir collectors and craft lovers
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