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Amazing Tourism Malaysia . Tourism Terengganu

Tenggol Islands, TerengganuTerengganu is one of the Malaysian states which is endowed with a wealth of charming and refreshing natural landscapes. She has beaches, exotic islands, lush virgin tropical jungle, quaint fishing villages, dazzling waterfalls and many, many more. Her miles and miles of white, sandy beaches and crystal clear water stretches throughout its 225 km coastline, extending from Besut in the north to Kemaman in the south. Her islands are among the most picturesque and fascinating in the country. From its myriad of colourful pastimes which include batik printing and songket weaving to the rapturous celebration of its many generations of cultural and traditional heritage, Terengganu is indeed a very blessed state.

The place that should be on every visitor's itinerary is Rantau Abang, 60 km south of Kuala Terengganu. There, visitors lay in wait quietly from midnight to dawn to watch giant leatherback turties laying eggs. The turtles lumbering Rantau Abang slowly on the white sandy beaches to lay eggs is a memorable sight. These giant turtles, up to 2.5 m in length and sometimes weighing more than 375 kg are indeed a phenomenal sight to behold. Rantau Abang is one of only six places in the world visited by these turtles, from the months of May to September.


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  Berjaya Redang Beach Resort, Redang Island
  Berjaya Redang Beach Resort Berjaya Redang Beach Resort is ideally situated in Redang Island, and houses 152 Malaysian style chalets or suites with ensuite bathrooms. Recreational activities include sea sport activities, jungle trekking, a games room and round island tours. Additional services offered include laundry, safe deposit boxes, foreign currency exchange, baby sitting services and parcel and postal services. More...
  Primula Parkroyal, Kuala Terengganu
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Tourism Attractions in Terengganu

  Bukit Keluang Beach
  Bukit Keluang Beach, Terengganu A few kilometres from Besut, lies Bukit Keluang. The view in this area is one of the most breathtaking and magnificent in Malaysia. It is also an ideal site for swimming, snorkelling and wind surfing. Best of all, the caves at Bukit Keluang is not too difficult for novices who are seeking casual exploration. There are easy walkways to help you along so all you need is a flashlight, good shoes and an adventurous spirit. Of course, exploring without a guide is not advisable.
  Redang Island (Pulau Redang)
  Redang Island, Terengganu Pulau Redang (Redang Island) has grown into one of the most popular tourist destinations on the east coast of Peninsular Malaysia. The reefs of the Redang archipelago are home to over 55 genera of corals and 100 species of fish. Every year, Pulau Redang attracts thousands of visitors who come to enjoy the sun, beaches and spectacular marine life.
  Tenggol Island (Pulau Tenggol)
  Tenggol Island, Terengganu The Tenggol group of islands is the most southerly of Terengganu's Marine Parks. It is famous for its spectacular rocky cliffs that offer many excellent dive sites. Here, one can find pristine coral formations and a number of submerged rocks with excellent coral growths. The deep waters surrounding the island offer good visibility especially during the months of April until June.
  Kapas Island (Pulau Kapas)
  Kapas Island, Terengganu Kapas Island is located 5km offshore in the state of Terengganu, east coast of Peninsular Malaysia. 10 minutes boat-ride is all it takes to reach Kapas Island Resort from Marang jetty. The waters around the quiet and secluded beaches offer ideal spots for snorkeling and scuba diving. Basic but comfortable accommodation is available. However, Kapas Island is not recommended for visiting during the monsoon season between November to March.
  Lang Tengah Island (Pulau Lang Tengah)
  Lang Tengah Island, Terengganu Lang Tengah Island lies in the middle of Malaysia's foremost Marine Park sanctuary where living corals and endangered species of marine life are protected. Crystal-clear water, pristine beaches and untouched tropical jungle. It's arresting beauty lingers forever in your memory.
  Perhentian Island (Pulau Perhentian)
  Perhentian Island, Terengganu The Perhentian Island group of islands are the northernmost islands off the east coast of Peninsular Malaysia. There are two main islands -- Perhentian Besar Island and Perhentian Kecil Island -- plus several large rocky outcrops to the northeast. Being far away from the mainland, Perhentian Island is rich in coral and marine life which includes stingrays, nudibranchs, black corals, moray eels and colourful fishes. Turtles come up to lay eggs between April and September.
  Tasik Kenyir (Kenyir Lake)
  Tasik Kenyir, Terengganu Formed from the Kenyir Dam in 1985, Tasik Kenyir (Kenyir Lake) is one of the largest man-made lakes in the world. There are magnificent waterfalls in the area such as the Lasir and Sauk waterfalls. The surrounding areas are home to an enormous variety of plants and animals. The lake is especially captivating at night, with dead trees sticking out from the still lakes, creating their own mysterious beauty.
  Rantau Abang Beach
  Rantau Abang Beach, Terengganu Rantau Abang is one of the main nesting areas for sea turtles, and one of only six in the world to be visited by the giant leatherback from months of May to September. There, visitors lay in wait quietly from midnight to dawn to watch giant leatherback turtles laying eggs. The turtles lumbering slowly on the white sandy beaches to lay eggs are a memorable sight.