Everything You Need To Know About Terengganu
A place steeped in Malay traditions, Terengganu is the epitome of rustic charm with quaint fishing villages and a rich cultural heritage. Referred to as 'Gem of the East Coast', the state is well-known not just for its quality craftsmanship, but also for its scenic, sandy beaches and picturesque offshore islands, which are considered some of the most beautiful in the world.
Charming and graceful, Terengganu might captures your heart and imagination.
Sprawling over 33 ha, the Islamic Civilization Park is one of the state's most distinguished attractions. Featuring impressive edifices and intricate craftsmanship, the park takes visitor on a spellbinding tour of the finest in Islamic architecture. The park's icon is the glittering Crystal Mosque, a grand structure made of steel and glass which made it the world's first edutainment theme park.
An enchanting island approximately 45km off the coast of Terengganu, Redang Island is the state's largest island. With 31 spectacular dive sites which include World War II Historic shipwrecks and a black coral garden, Redang Island is cited as one of the world's most beautiful islands. its waters contain hundreds of coral species and thousands of colourful marine species, including manta rays, stringrays and reef sharks.
Lake Kenyir, an alternative gateway to Taman Negara, is the largest man-made lake in Southeast Asia. It is also where the country's largest hydroelectric dam is located. A thriving habitat for variety