On Tours to Terengganu, you will be welcomed by refreshing and pleasing sights of natural scenery. There are crystal clear beaches, dense tropical forests, virgin islands, charming fishing hamlets and wondrous waterfalls to name a few. The 225 km long coastline from Besut to Kemaman offers a long stretch of unending beaches. Search for batik painting and songkets weaving items to take back home as a part of recollection of the Tours to Terengganu.
On Tours to Terengganu, visit the following prime attractions:
Terengganu State Museum Complex
On Tours to Terengganu State Museum Complex, you will come across the main museum, maritime museum, fisheries museum, four traditional houses and botanic and herb gardens. The main museum built on 16 stilts keep alive the traditional architecture of Terengganu with four blocks connected together to represent a big family.
There are 10 different galleries in the museum exhibiting art, contemporary arts, crafts, history, Islam, nature, new generation, petroleum, textiles and royalty.
200 m high historical hill, Bukit Puteri is adjacent to Istana Mazaiah. Used as a fortress to defend the state from foreign invasion from 1831 AD to 1876 AD, you can witness the cannons, flagpoles and large bell on the fort. The site also gives a panoramic view of the surroundings.
Visit the Istana Maziah on Tours to Terengganu. A perfect fusion of traditional and modern architectural features, Istana Maziah is believed to have been constructed under the patronage of Sultan Zainal Abidin III in 1897 AD as a substitute to the Istana Hijaj that was burned down during the World War II. Near Bukit Puteri, it is used as a venue for royal functions like birthdays, weddings, conferment of titles and reception of dignitaries.
Masjid Tengku Tengah Zaharah
Only 4.5 km from the city, Masjid Tengku Tengah Zaharah is located in the outskirts. The one and only mosque of its kind in Malaysia, the mosque finely displays conventional and contemporary architectural elements and also succeeds in creating an illusion of floating in the water.
Enjoy shopping at the Central Market on Tours to Terengganu. Locally known as Pasar Payang, the Central Market by the Terengganu River is a popular tourist spot with a modern shopping arcade and the facility of a car park. The tourists can easily find batik, brocade, brassware, silk and songket here. Fresh eatables like fruits, vegetable and local delicacy-'Keropok Lekor' prepared from fish and sago are also found here.
See the manufacturing of the boats at Palau Duyung, a well-known boat building ground. The art of building boats is handed down from one generation and the builders construct the boat with their memory and experience and not with any set plans or designs.
Malaysian Handicraft Center
Get an insight about Malaysian handicraft being produced by the local skilled artisans at Malaysian Handicraft Center. You will also find bags made from pandanus leaves, batik, mats, hats, songkets vases and wallets at the center.
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