Kelantan brims with exoticism, this is reflected in the cuisine, arts, and the unique Kelantanese Malay language. Due to Kelantan’s relative isolation and largely rural lifestyle, it is also one of the remaining hubs of Malay culture. Gaya Travel Magazine team recently set foot in this east coast state to experience what it has to offer, especially in terms
Hiking is one way of travelling and the best way to appreciate nature. And Mount Stong, Kelantan is definitely one the best places in Malaysia to experience that!
Media Explorace & Kelantan Homestay Experience is a programme orgsanised by Tourism Malaysia Kelantan Office in conjuction with Tourism Malaysia’s programmes to promote homestays in Kelantan
Ramadhan is considered as one of the holiest months in the Muslim calendar and Kelantan proves to be the most apt place to enjoy fasting. However, it turned out that Kelantan is also wonderful to be visited outside
Kota Bharu is a city centre for the state of Kelantan. The total area of Kota Bharu is 115.64 km square with a population of more than 300,000 people. Sultan Ismail Petra’s Airport is located in Pengkalan Chepa, 20 kilometres away from Kota Bharu city centre.
As we arrived at the Sultan Ismail Petra Airport, Kota Bharu, we were greeted with smiles from our tourist guide, Bukhari Mat, along with other Tourism Malaysia Kelantan Officers. We had lunch at Restoran Nasi Ulam Cikgu, Kg. Kraftangan which is not far away from the airport. Kelantan delicacies are hard to miss. We had masak lemak tempoyak ikan patin, fried catfish, budu and ulam.