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    Kuala Terengganu

    Noor Arfa Batik

    Noor Arfa has achieved the status and rare distinction of being the largest batik producer in Malaysia, with boutiques spread throughout the nation.

    If you love batik and always dreamt of painting your own designs, then look no further! There is a special package trip arranged to this famous batik maker's workshop in Chendering, Kuala Terengganu where you can watch the batik-painting demo as well as paint your own batik design.

    You can also stop by the Noor Arfa boutique to admire the wide selection of handmade batiks there. The range of batik wear includes long sleeved shirts, traditional Malay dresses, caftans, ties, scarves and also pareos which are bound to capture your heart.

    Terengganu State Museum

    Situated at the banks of Sungai Terengganu, this museum is a treasure trove of historical artifacts. Be amazed by the display at the Islamic and Royal galleries and learn a thing or two at the textile, craft and petroleum galleries.

    Pasar Payang

    This two-storey wet-and-dry market houses everything you can ever imagine buying. It sits next to a river bank and offers everything from fresh fruits and meats to clothes, trinkets and ready-to-eat meals. Local must-buy items to look out for include silk, batik and songket material, cotton sarongs, salted fish, fish crackers as well as tapai (fermented tapioca).


    Hidden in a secluded corner of Kuala Terengganu, Bot Traditional Duyong, a boat-making facility is run and managed by Encik Hasni. It's been around for more than 70 years and has produced everything from a fishing boat to a yacht. If you're lucky, you'll be able to get onboard a partially complete boat. It takes about a year to complete work on an 83ft boat.

    Crystal Mosque

    This majestic mosque sits next to a river bank and glitters like a precious gem on any given sunny day. The mosque shares grounds with the Islamic Entertainment Park, which houses a replica of some of the world's most renowned Islamic monuments.

    Island Hopping

    If you simply can't get enough of the sun, sand and sea, then go island hopping! There are boat tours that can take you to Pulau Redang, Pulau Kapas and Pulau Perhentian among other exotic islands.

    The laidback atmosphere gives you the perfect excuse to do nothing. Still, if you are feeling restless, there's plenty of activities to keep you occupied. Take your pick from snorkelling to scuba diving. A trip to these tropical islands is also a must for those who enjoy windsurfing, sailing, canoeing and deep-sea fishing.

    Approximately two hours from the resort.