Saturday, September 25, 2010

TRENGGANU MALAYSIA



Overlooking the widely open South China Sea on the east coast of Malaysia, Trengganu beaches with its long coastline are bestowed with truly magical white sand and clear warm waters. Thus, they make such an ideal spots for numerous activities such as beach-combing, sea sports, fishing, boat making, diving, snorkeling or simply pure relaxation. Among the popular beaches are Batu Burok Beach, Marang, Kuala Trengganu, Tanjung Jara & Rantau Abang. Tanjung Jara Beach is an excellent location for windsurfing, boating, kayaking, snorkeling and diving. Marang Beach is popular among photographers for its spectacular sunrise. Batu Burok Beach is a popular spot for locals, equipped with a playground, park benches as well as food stalls offering local delicacies. Best time to go is between March - September.

How to get there

By Car
From Kuala Lumpur

Head east towards Kuantan using the Karak Highway which takes you approximately 3 - 31/2 hours. Once you arrived at the outskirts of Kuantan town, head towards the Northeast to Kuala Trengganu.

From Penang

Head towards Kota Bharu via the East-West Highway. From Kota Bharu, drive further to the south to Merang & Kuala Trengganu.

From Johore/Singapore

Travel North using the North-South Highway and exit at Labis & Yong Peng. From Yong Peng, take another highway to Segamat. From Segamat, take the highway to Kuantan. From Kuantan, head towards the Northeast to Kuala Trengganu.

By Flight

Malaysia Airlines and AirAsia offer daily flights from the Kuala Lumpur International
Airport (KLIA) to Trengganu.













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