Kenyir Travel, Terengganu
Lake Kenyir is a destination not to be missed when visiting the state of Terengganu. There are many natural sites and wonders to see, and attractions and activities to do for everyone around Lake Kenyir, which is the largest man-made lake in South East Asia spanning over 209,199 hectares. The great Lake shares the home of the world’s oldest rainforest, stretching as far west as Kelantan and south to Pahang. Kenyir also serves as an alternative gateway to the famous Taman Negara National Park. Lake Kenyir is a heaven for nature lovers and adventure seekers. There is an attraction for everyone be it freshwater anglers, jungle trekkers, mountaineers, campers, bird watchers, horticulturists, researchers and even city dwellers who want a break from the hustle and bustle of city life. Some of the world’s most amazing waterfalls, rapids and rivers, are here. Lake Kenyir is also home for mysterious caves to explore, a collection of more than 340 islands, numerous species of fish and exotic wildlife sanctuaries, mystifying mountains, flora and fauna and blossoming gardens.
Visit Beautiful Terengganu
One of the many destinations in Malaysia, Terengganu stands out as having one of the most amazing and beautiful natural attractions. It is also rich in history, arts and culture.
The state known is known for having many of Malaysia’s leading craftsmen and artisans in songket, batik, brass, wood carving, boat building, and traditional carpentry. In essence Terengganu has contributed and shaped many elements of Malay culture. Terengganu’s boat building skills, crafted by hand without the use of blueprints and nails, is one of the many impressive accomplishments of Terengganu craftsmen.
And our songket weavers are known for their intricate designs and innovativeness to fuse the old with the new. We have a 300-year old brass industry, one of its kind in the country. Terengganu is also Malaysia’ top batik producer.
Many tourists from Malaysia seek out our cuisine too. Some of our notable popular dishes include nasi dagang (regarded as the State dish, made of steamed glutinous and normal rice eaten with a tuna fish curry), sata (a kind of fish paté), keropok lekor (fish sausage), keropok (fish crackers) and a variety of traditional sweets, some with whimsical names.