One of the favorite past time of Terengganu folks . The locals and visitors throng the beaches around kuala Terengganu in late afternoon. The skies will be crowded and criss crossed with colors and all shapes of kites airborne with gusto. Thanks to strong wind.
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Day three. Visited the impressive Terengganu state museum. After being coaxed cajoled and yes even threatened by the youngest member of the family. Covering an area of 27 hectares, the complex boast a total floor space of 75,075m. It consists of four blocks of the Main Museum, Maritime Museum, five traditional houses and a landscaped area. Islamic Gallery, Textile Gallery, Historical Gallery, Craft Gallery and Petroleum Gallery are within the main building. The ...
Second day in Kuala Terengganu. Start the day with a hearty breakfast, nasi dagang, local delicacy. A special rice steamed and prepared in recipe peculiar to Terengganu folks and eaten with tuna fish "Ikan tongkol" cooked in special gravy and condiments. Took the trouble to find the best place in town selling this special menu which is known for it's popular nasi dagang served on banana leaves. Indeed, it tastes several notches above par.
Enjoying finger lickin deep fried squid at mengabang telipot. A quaint fishermen village not far from kuala Terengganu. While rough monsoon waves beating incessantly on the beach. It was worth the trip though had to brave the drizzle intermittent with heavy downpour