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The Beach Paradise

Terengganu is a state of unspoiled beauty with magnificent beaches, exotic islands, dazzling waterfalls, and quaint fishing villages. The sandy beaches stretches for miles and faces the crystal clear waters of the South China Sea where visitors can relax and bath in the sun. Located 50 kilometres off the coast of Kuala Terengganu is the tropical island of Redang, where visitors can take pleasure in its clear waters, pearly white shores and its colorful array of marine life perfect for diving.
Many famous beaches are situated in this state such as the Batu Buruk beach with its sandy beach amidst a casuarinas wooded grove making it a perfect spot for strolling and swimming. Terengganu also offers visitors a number of appealing activities like the traditional batik printing and songket weaving to the rapturous celebration of its many cultures. There are many places of interest for travelers to visit such as the Bukit Puteri, Lata Tembakah Waterfalls, and the beautiful island of Kapas.
The pace of life in Kuala Terengganu, its state capital, and all the towns and villages in Terengganu is unhurried and unaffected by the hustle and bustle of a big city.

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Places of interest

Terengganu State Museum Complex

It’s museums galore at this complex. Featuring a main museum, a maritime museum, and a fisheries museum, the complex also has four traditional houses, and botanic and herb gardens. The main museum is constructed in Terengganu’s traditional architectural style, supported by 16 stilts. On display in the museums are textiles, crafts, Islamic articles, contemporary art, royal artefacts, and exhibits on the petroleum industry.

Pulau Redang

Pulau Redang offers crystal clear waters, pearly white shores, a colourful array of spectacular marine life, a breathtaking sunset and what could be the world’s most nature coral gardens. This paradise-like island is perfect for swimming, snorkeling, scuba diving, jungle trekking, fishing, boating and canoeing. It takes about 2 hours by boat from the village of Marang.


Tasik Kenyir

The world’s largest man-made lake offers enough reasons to head southwest. It is Malaysia’s largest rock-filled hydro-electric dam. When the area is drowned in water, the hills that rise above the water level form 340 islands. The lake and its surrounding jungle areas provide respite for nature lovers and water sports enthusiasts. Trekkers take to the trails in the jungle while anglers fish for freshwater catch in the lake. Tasik kenyir also has facilities for swimming, canoeing, and boating, as well as accommodation such as chalets and resorts

Pulau Kapas

Pulau Kapas is renowned for its beautiful natural surroundings with pure emerald waters, white sandy beaches, palm trees and superb coral formation. The island has long been kept a secret by lovers of the underwater world because of its secluded areas that are unspoiled and quiet. Visitors will also find a haven for water activities such as swimming, snorkeling, wind surfing, kayaking and boating

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