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Top Attractions in Terengganu

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  • Steven S
    Pattaya, Thailand740 contributions
    Firstly, bring enough cash with you as there are no ATMs on the island.
    The majority of tourists ( mainly Malaysians) stay at resorts lining the full length of Long beach so expect it to be crowded.
    There is only one main road which runs between Kampung jetty at Redang Island Resort and Teluk Dalam beach. Visitors to Long beach arrive at different point along the beach.
    Teluk Dalam (public) beach is a nice beach with no resorts, only beach vendors selling food & drinks. Safe beach for swimming.
    Long beach is wall to wall resorts. The beach is actually two beaches connected by sand. Nice clean beach and family friendly with many restaurants to choose from. Many places to hire snorkel gear, fins and vests.
    Shared snorkel trips are reasonably priced.
    Be warned though that the taxi boats are very very expensive eg a 15 minute ride from Long beach back to Redang Island Resort cost me MYR100. They must be the wealthiest boat owners in Malaysia.
    For souvenirs visit More More Tin Inn at Long beach.
    Written 28 August 2023
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  • Mountaingoddess1968
    Nelson, Canada16 contributions
    Amazing Islands, snorkeling and scuba diving Mecca. Food and hospitality we’re amazing. We went to a fire show on one of the neighbouring Islands, a must see!
    Written 26 October 2023
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  • Amm_Junnet
    Bangkok, Thailand85 contributions
    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
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  • FyzzieFifie
    Kuantan, Malaysia228 contributions
    I was skeptical to go here as i love beach instead. But i made a good choice on board with friends to go to here. I had a good time with friend and the view is amazing. The house boar parked nearby waterfall area, we had a chance to canoe, hanging bridge and relax at boat while havin meals and BBQ. We had karaoke too and the boat was clean. For meals, we need to prepare it and must bring our own groceries and mineral water. Those with small kids must closely monitor them and do not let them walk around the boat unattended. There are life jacket but it still need adult supervision for any activity. Dont forget sunscreen and mosquito repellent in case u need any.
    Written 21 June 2023
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  • Anastasia (@monk3yseendo)
    Malaysia1,654 contributions
    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
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  • Andrew D
    Singapore, Singapore398 contributions
    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 2022
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  • markchow
    Ipoh, Perak, Malaysia34 contributions
    Short trip to this island where 10 mins from the Marang Jetty where the beach is suitable for young children as well snorkeling activities. Do come here during Hari Raya Haji where less crowded cause most of local people went back home during muslim festival and do Come early morning to prevent crowd.

    lastly, do avoid climb the Bukit Singa cause its dangerous track without any safety.
    Written 5 July 2023
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  • ThomFu
    Malaysia99 contributions
    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
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  • LorTingWei@SEU338E
    Penang Island, Malaysia102 contributions
    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
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  • Jacki S
    Penang Island, Malaysia110 contributions
    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
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  • Wildcat7400
    Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia1,112 contributions
    Tengku Tengah Zaharah Mosque is known as the 1st floating mosque in Malaysia. Construction of this beautiful white mosque on a concrete platform took 3 years. It was built in the lagoon of the Ibai River & became part of the Kuala Ibai Lagoon Public Park, bordering an equestrian resort & the white sandy beach facing the South China Sea. There are 2 bridges that link to the northern & southern public carparks which can accommodate more than 400 cars.

    The floating mosque, depicting a combination of modern & Moorish design was officially opened by the previous Sultan of Terengganu in July 1995 who named it after his mother, Tengku Intan Zaharah.

    We did not enter the mosque but took photos of it from the carpark area. There was a large dome flanked by smaller ones & a 30-metre minaret standing closely beside it. We had read that marble, ceramics & bomanite were cleverly used to give its interior a cooling surface. Surrounding the floating mosque would be the lagoon water raising to the depths of 1.5 metres. The outside area was quite windy & onlookers will definitely agree that it was a peaceful sight.

    The main prayer hall is on the ground level while the women’s prayer hall is on the floor above. It can accommodate 1,000 worshippers at any 1 time. Other facilities in the mosque include royal rooms, a small library, an imam’s room, office, store & ablution area.

    We will visit the mosque again when time permits & offer prayers inside.
    Written 15 May 2023
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  • bard
    Klang, Malaysia1 contribution
    A must visit place when you go to Terengganu,such a beautiful and majestic place,feel the bless and calmness at this place. It makes me feel soo relax and peaceful.
    Written 12 April 2023
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