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Flora and fauna
To make Terengganu a tourism
hub and generate income, the state should promote tourism vibrantly
without delay. Depending on oil revenue alone may not be wise...
minute video, hosted by Allan Wu of Amazing Race Asia fame, is part of the
campaign which sees a road trip through three countries -- Malaysia, India
and Australia... (04/10/2008)
Pulau Sekati A Living Museum ?
The state should build an open-air museum in Pulau Sekati, which is 0.3km
away from the state museum for Visit Terengganu Year... (22/04/2008)
Traditional geomantic designs...
another type of heritage that is also threatened with extinction :
ancient Malay building principles... (16/03/2008)
house, one man is trying to save the rich architectural and cultural
heritage of Terengganu, it will feature 28 antique (between 100 to
200 years old) Malay houses in refurbished splendour... (09/03/2008)
Legend has it that a giant turtle had turned to stone when it failed
to return to the sea before sunrise after laying eggs on the beach....
Terengganu, which is hosting the Sukma 2008 Games, has introduced
the clownfish as its mascot, replacing the turtle... (29/04/2006)
Ex-Vietnamese refugees raise funds to restore burial sites. The
1,000-odd graves of Vietnamese refugees in the country will soon
become a tourist attraction... (25/04/2006)
If you think
Terengganu is all about islands in the sun, you're missing a lot.
The Marang River Cruise, for instance, shows you the rustic charm of
village life along the river... (03/05/2005)
Yakyah, has, according to the locals, the biggest firefly colony in
the east coast but apparently not many people know about it...
keris has been recovered from an estimated 400-year-old
wrecked ship laden with Ming-era porcelain in waters off Kuala
Dungun ... (04/07/2004)
Alocasia plants measuring more than 2.4m tall have been
discovered on Gunung Mandi Angin in Hulu Dungun... (11/06/2004)
1,300-year-old chengal tree in Hulu Dungun is a state treasure and
will be used to promote eco-tourism in the state... (09/06/2004)
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