Kuala Terengganu is the state capital of Terengganu (one of the states in the federation of Malaysia). It is located at the estuary of the Terengganu River. It is almost 200 years old and is still evolving. Recent development shows the waterfront is given priority.
A view from Pulau Duyong.
Marina at the waterfront. This the site for annual event Monsoon Cup.
A view of Kuala Terengganu town centre. A view from Ri Yaz Hotel and Spa Pulau Duyung.
Terengganu river estuary on the left.
Jetty at Pulau Wan Man.
Board walk jetty.
Advertisement of river cruise service.
Waterfront at Balek Bukit (at night). The building in red light is a hotel, Felda Residence. On the right, there is a good restaurant. There is ample parking spaces here. You can organise aerobic or tai-chi here.
This park is for the public to enjoy and recreate.
The food and drink kiosk at the Balek Bukit waterfront.
The Sultan Mahmud Bridge seen from Balek Bukit waterfront.
There is a service of river cruise along this riverfront stopping at Museum, Bukit Datu, Duyung and Seberang Takir. According to this advertisment, it operates on Monday, Wednesday and Thursday from 10.00am until 5.00pm. For those who like to experience this, you can wait for the correct time of this boat service. You can embark at Taman Tamadun Islam at Pulau Wan man or at Ri-Yaz Hotel and Spa at Pulau Duyung. Happy travelling.