Terengganu which overlooks the south china sea on the east coast of Peninsular Malaysia is a charming holiday destination. Its 225 km coastline is endowed with truly breathtaking beaches of white sand, washed by clear, warm waters. Occupying 12,955 sq km with a population of over a million, it is bordered by the state of kelantan in the north and pahang in the south. The capital town is kuala terengganu.
Terengganu is state with strong Malay culture and traditional pastimes such as kite flying, top spining and batik printing can still be seen today. Its people lead a moderate, peaceful lifestyle in charming coastal towns and rustic village.The traditional activity of the state is fishing.
There are numerous ways to enjoy yourself in this laid-back state. Take your pick from island happing, snorkelling in crystal clear waters or just idling the day
under the sun. Go boating on a serene lake or shopping at the local market. Top it up with an opportunity to watch turtles lumber ashore t lay their eggs.
Come and experience the treasure of terengganu.
Island & Beaches
The long stretches of the Terengganu coastline, extending from Besut in the north to Kemaman in the south, is endowed with numerous long, white sandy beaches nestling in pristine tranquility in rocky bays and secluded palm-fringed coves. Washed by the warm waters of the South China Sea, its beaches proclaim nature's wonderful alchemy of fine powdery white and gold sands. The beaches are magnificently wide, often times sloping gradually into the sea.
Terengganu's offshore islands, with their crystal clear waters and vibrant underwater world, is part of a marine park. Colourful, mature coral gardens and several shipwrecks in these waters offer some of the best dive sites in the region. With the mesmerising vastness of the sea, cool breezes and breathtaking sunsets, the islands are nothing short of a tropical paradise.