Kuala Terengganu, the capital of the state of Terengganu, lies on peninsular Malaysia's east coast at the mouth of the Terengganu river. It has over 400000 inhabitants and an airport with direct flights to KL. Kuala Terengganu is a nice and colourful Malaysian city, but does not have that many tourist attractions - places of interest include Chinatown, Pasar Payang, the Sultan's Palace and the State Museum. Most visitors transit through Kuala Terengganu on their way to the nearby islands (Redang and Pulau Kapas) and Kenyir lake.

01 Royal Poinciana tree with red flowers
02 Park
03 Royal Poinciana tree with red flowers
04 Jetty
05 Fruit market
06 Cat
07 Motorbikes parked on pavement
08 Colourful street with shops
09 Zainal Abidin mosque
10 Busy street and Zainal Abidin mosque
11 Street intersection
12 Pavement with shops
13 Pavement with shops
14 Pavement with shops
15 Pavement with shops
16 Street with colourful shops
17 Street with colourful shops
18 Motorbikes parked on pavement
19 Zainal Abidin mosque
20 Airport
21 ATR-72 aircraft
22 Airport
23 Airport
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