Local Information

Terengganu is located along the east coast of Peninsular Malaysia. To the north lies the Kelantan state, and bordering the state of Pahang to the south. Terengganu covers  a land area of 12,995 square kilometers and comprises seven districts: Besut, Setiu, Kuala Terengganu, Hulu Terengganu, Marang, Dungun, and Kemaman.

Terengganu boasts a fine tropical climate, with uniform temperatures averaging from 23-33 degrees Celcius and a mean humidity of about 90%. Rainfalls are copious, accounting to Terengganu’s lush rainforest and vegetation. Generally two seasons are distinguished: the rainy/wet season which starts from November – February due to the onset of the northeast monsoon wind and dry season which starts March – October. The best season to visit is during the dry season which offers good weather with sunshine and clear skies at most times.

 

The followings are just a glimpse of the many, for more information, kindly visit http://terengganutourism.gov.my.


Taman Tamadun Islam The park is a colourful mosaic marked by 22 miniature replicas of famous mosques and monuments from the Islamic countries.
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. The Terengganu State Musuem Acclaimed as the largest of its kind in Malaysia, the Terengganu State Museum houses century old artifacts and artworks of rich and colourful heritage.
Batu Burok Beach The recreation park is a preferred place for weekend holiday retreats in Kuala Terengganu. Feel the cool breeze while strolling on the wide stretch of sandy beach overlooking South China Sea. .