Top Attractions in Terengganu
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- This island is very stunning and spectacular... truly proud to have this island belong to Malaysia.. the beach is clean and well maintain, and not over exploited... only one or two stretch of this island is use as commercial purposes
The beach is definitely top class, you can even snork around the beach and so many fish and all other small marine life near by...
The island does got few resort, and some food restaurant and two small convenience store...
But the real fun is the scene is so pictureseque you can sit down whole day and night just to enjoy pure fun... worry free...
There arent many sea sport available here, due to the marine protection ... but alternative ATV experience is available for those seeking more adventurous activity on the island...
Enjoy... definitely worth a visit for every oneWritten 13 October 2022This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- A summer to remember in year 2022, I did my first scuba diving swimming alongside with beautiful big sea creatures.Written 13 September 2022This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- If you enjoy people watching and variety of dining options, Long Beach is the place to go. You can find everything from lower-end to the more premium meals—though they are mostly either of Malay, Thai, Western or seafood varieties. The vibrant beach environment is great and it especially bustles at night with party music. There are multiple fire shows at night happening in different places between 7.30-8.30pm on the northern part of the beach. But the main highlight is the one happening around 10pm or 11pm at Black Tip Beach Bar (check the exact time with the bar).Written 8 August 2022This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- We were hoping to snorkel and see the turtles but only quiet beach, big rock and nice white sand. Better bring your own food and drink if you want to spend some time there.Written 11 October 2020
- There is a lot of restaurant around this area. It become more popular because there are some streets art surrounded this area such as Turtle Sculpture and some murals. In this area, you can also get some souvenirs and local food such as kerepok lekor steam, small bun and roti paung. Be early if you want to get a taste of the foods.Written 20 April 2020
- The lake itself was beautiful, very calming to be in and to look at, especially coming from the city. We took a boat ride that is offered by the operators at the jetty (beside the parking). 80 ringgit for a 20-25 minute boat ride around a small part of the lake. The boat operator was very friendly, and shared with us about the boat houses, the area, etc.
There seems to be some walkways around the lake for people to walk around and take a look, but we didn’t have much time. There’s a “canteen” located just beside the jetty, but only one stall was open when we visited and we had some drinks.
Takes about 45 minutes to drive from Kuala Terengganu, and it’ll be be very helpful if you can converse in basic Malay too.Written 19 July 2022
- It is a mosque constructed between 2006 - 2008 from steel, glass and crystal located at the Islamic Heritage Park on the island of Wan Man. Be advised, due to the MCO visitors are not allowed inside and the lights are off at night.
However. It was still quite a sight! Do take a stroll around the vicinity as there are spots where you can grab instagrammable photos!
Our full review is on Instagram (@monk3yseendo)Written 28 April 2021
- Made so many memories in a span of my 4 days here and loved every bit of it. Everything was so perfect 🤍Written 4 October 2020
- It will be best to visit Teluk Keke during the high tide. The corals here are pretty and there are lots to see, but beware of the sea urchins! One thing that needs to be improved is to provide public bins for people to throw their trash. There's just so much trash in this hidden spot away from the beach, with no proper bins to collect them. It is such a shame to see all those trash because Teluk Keke is beautiful, and it should remain so for future visitors to this paradise.Written 11 August 2020
- It's a good short, but steep hike up rewarded with a breathtaking view. Wished they fixed the jetty so more people can go down and explore. A portion of the jetty is cordoned off by barb wires, but some people attempt to climb down the missing stairs. However, you can already take a good photo even just at the top part of the stairs.
The start of the hike is from the long beach, there is a signage near the campsite that points you to the start of the hike at the back of the camp site. The start of the hike is a bit steep, then after a few hundred meters, it will be an easy climb as the path is smooth. A few meters from the tower, you will find the two windmills cordoned by wire so you can't really touch the windmills. Follow the path around the windmills and you will see the stairs going to the Jetty. Enjoy!
Bring your own water and some mosquito repellant.Written 6 September 2022
- One of the oldest mosques in Terengganu, offers free guided tour for all faiths and tourists. A must visit place in Kuala Terengganu!Written 7 September 2022
- Lovely view of the mosque, pretty grounds with walking trails (which are in various states of disrepair), nice views of the ocean, picnic areas.Written 1 February 2022
- Stunning buildings and beautiful grounds. Museum is falling into disrepair with peeling paint, dirty walls, disgusting bathrooms. The history and displays are lovely and full of information but need maintenance. The outdoor park was also lovely but needs maintenance.Written 1 February 2022
- Historical places around the world built with Islamic influences. Helpful signage and map to follow. Parts of the park in disrepair and badly in need of maintenance. Still worth a visit.Written 1 February 2022
- The Pasar Payang Market has moved into a large new building with everything on one level ( rather than 4-5 levels in previous market. Building is massive and 3 stories high but stalls are only on ground floor and rest of height is open. Appear to be less stalls than the previous market. There are food stalls at the back of the market and a market for some fresh food is in a smaller area to the north ( although fish is sold in the main building. Good range of items to buy.Written 23 August 2020
Terengganu Attractions Information
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