Fishing Village

Fishing Village, Kelantan
No visit to Kelantan would be complete without a trip to a fishing village dubbed "the soul of Malaysia's East Coast". Two of the most well-known villages are the Sabak Beach (approx. 14 km from Kota Bharu) and Kuala Besar (15 km from Kota Bharu). If you wish to fully capture the moment, you should arrive no later than 2:30 pm when the boats laden with the day's catch are ...
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Marang

Marang, Terengganu
Marang fishing village, located at the mouth of the Marang River,is a nice, relaxing spot for visitors and travellers, as described by some visitors of Marang, the village has a nice, tranquil feel to it. The residents of Marang village are nice and friendly. Also, inorder to get to Cotton Island(Pulau Kapas), then most visitors would have to stop by at Marang village, then...
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Kemaman & Cukai

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The capital for Kemaman district is Chukai, Some basic infrastructure such as shopping mall and cinema can be found in the city area. Chukai is famous for seafood and good coffee. Tong Juan Restaurant and the coffee, toast and kaya spread of Kedai Kopi Hai Ping. Adjoining is Kuala Kemaman, a little fishing village which is famous of otak-otak, satar and ikan bakar. T...
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Kenyir Lake

Located approximately 55 km from Kuaia Terengganu, the Kenyir Lake is reputed to be one of the largest and most fascinating man-made lake in the world. Covering an area of 369 sq km, it is also Malaysia's largest rock-filled hydroelectric dam. When the area was inundated by water, most of the hills were above the water level, thus creating about 340 man-made islands. Surrounded...
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