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Kuala Terengganu

These days, the capital is a hive of activity. Changes have been brought about and is showing marked changes in the skyline. New buildings are replacing the old ones; the general upliftment of the state's economy brought about by oil and gas has provided an acceleration into industrialization. Yet, the charm of the old world is neither lost nor forgotten. Fishmongers can still be seen haggling over prices of various seafood. It is as if nothing has changed. It was the way of the old days and is still the way of the present day. This can be seen daily on the waterfront.

Terengganu State Mosque

The mosque was built on the estuary of Terengganu river and its intricate design gives viewers the impression that the mosque is actually floating on water. This place of worship is beautifully lit at night and provides a holy landmark for the city.


A picturesque fishing village that is furnished with tall swaying coconut trees, cool fresh air, an incredible beautiful lagoon, and a fleet of fish trawlers. Any visitor to Marang will be easily captivated by its natural beauty and simple ambience.


About 6km south of Kuala Terengganu is "Sutera Semai Centre". It is Malaysia's pioneer silk weaving center where visitors can witness different stages of silk manufacturing. Here, visitors can witness the painting of batik designs onto the fabric, thus resulting in beautiful batik shirts, scarves, handkerchiefs, and more.

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