TERENGGANU 丁加奴

HISTORY OF TERENGGANU 丁加奴

It has beaches, exotic islands, lush virgin tropical jungles, quaint fishing villages, dazzling waterfalls and much, much more. It has the longest coastline in the country, with stunningly beautiful islands that sparkle like gems in the South China Sea. Many are gazetted as Marine Parks. Miles and miles of white, sandy beaches and crystal clear waters stretch the length of its coastline from Besut in the north to Kemaman in the south.

Her islands are among the most picturesque and romantic in the country. From its myriad of colourful pastimes, which include batik-printing and songket-weaving, to the celebration of its many cultural and traditional heritages handed down from generation-to-generation, Terengganu is indeed a very blessed state.

There is a wide range of accommodation to suit all tastes and preferences,from luxurious beach resorts, boutique hotels to budget accommodation.Major islands are equipped with well-appointed resorts as well as comfortable budget chalets. The state has a tempting variety of local delicacies. Continental cuisine is available at hotels while fast food outlets can be found in major towns.

The state is characterised by a strong Malay culture, laid-back lifestyle, tranquil coastal towns and rustic villages. Traditional pursuits such as kite-flying and top-spinning are highlights here. Kuala Terengganu is its capital city.

Traditional pursuits such as kite-flying contests, top-spinning contests, and traditional arts & crafts, such as batik and songket are still very much alive

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