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Sunday, January 20, 2019

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Terengganu... Where Nature Embraces Heritage

Travel along the Terengganu coast and you will surely be awed by its impressive 244km long stretches of sandy coastline, traditional Malay coastal villages, domestic animals wandering in the fields and picturesque sunrise coming below the horizon. Swaying coconut and casuarinas trees lining the white sandy beaches, amidst the gentle breeze of the calm sea are just picture perfect. Beyond Terengganu’s impressive coastline lies some of the most popular island destinations in Malaysia.

Dotting the seas are spectacular emerald islands of Pulau Perhentian, Pulau Lang Tengah, Pulau Redang, Pulau Bidong and Pulau Kapas with its powdery white sands, azure waters, naturally formed coral gardens and spectacular marine lives. Inland lies lush tropical rainforests, lakes, dazzling waterfalls, flora and faunas of exotic species and other natural wonders. Arriving by plane, you will pass the tropical rainforests and circle out across the ocean before descending across the foaming surf and beaches to the airport, welcoming you to the beginning of a memorable and magical holiday! The treasures of nature, tradition and heritage awaiting to be explored!

With so much of nature wonder to explore, so many traditional experiences to enjoy combined with its unique heritage to uncover, with the warm and friendly people everywhere, make sure you spend plenty of time in Terengganu because you will definitely cherish your time in this blessed, developing and vibrant state.

Visiting Terengganu would be easier. Daily flights are available from KLIA and Subang. There are direct flights to Pulau Redang from Subang and Singapore. The new 4-lane highway connecting all major towns will make a scenic journey memorable. There are accommodations that suits every budget.

In conjunction with ‘Visit Terengganu’ tourism campaigns, destination-based sports,cultural events and activities are organized to further boost awareness on various products and destinations in Terengganu.


Terengganu is located along the east coast of Peninsular Malaysia. To the north lies the Kelantan state, and bordering the state of Pahang to the south. Terengganu covers  a land area of 12,995 square kilometers and comprises seven districts: Besut, Setiu, Kuala Terengganu, Hulu Terengganu, Marang, Dungun, and Kemaman.

Terengganu boasts a fine tropical climate, with uniform temperatures averaging from 23-33 degrees Celcius and a mean humidity of about 90%. Rainfalls are copious, accounting to Terengganu's lush rainforest and vegetation. Generally two seasons are distinguished: the rainy/wet season which starts from November - February due to the onset of the northeast monsoon wind and dry season which starts March - October. The best season to visit is during the dry season which offers good weather with sunshine and clear skies at most times.

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