Merang Suria Holiday Camp

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

Lot 1841 Kampang Rhu Tapai, Merang Setiu, Kuala Terengganu, Terengganu, 21010, Malaysia
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car hire kl to kuala terengganu

by beranie

Hi - sorry if this question has been posted a thousand times before! We are coming to Malaysia in July and I have got a 2 week itinerary planned which involves hiring a car in KL and leaving it in KT 3 days later (while we go off to the Perhentians). We plan to drive across to Kuantan, have a day there and then spend a leisurely day driving up to KT. However, I have just realised that there dont seem to be any car hire companies that have depots in KT!! Can anyone shed any light on this? Thanks - Berni.

Re: car hire kl to kuala terengganu

by divecat1978

Hi! Well, there is a parking area near the jetty at a price of RM5 per night. Get the one where someone will look after and safe guard your car. Once you reach the jetty, told them you need a car parking facilities. Someone will show you the place.
However, if you are parking at a yellow box that requires meter parking, then you will need to pay the parking everyday. There are summone officer come everyday to give summone to those cars that do not pay the parking fee. Be cautious.

Re: car hire kl to kuala terengganu

by markbank

hello bro,,u can try this website http://www.shajasa.com.my/site_map.htm

Re: car hire kl to kuala terengganu

by chiabh

hi berni...

you are right... there is no rental car companies (in klumpur) that have an office in kt... even if there is, the re-locating cost of the car back to klumpur is really expensive, as they will have to employ a driver to drive the car back... so it would be better for you to use public transport to kuantan and kt... and then hire a car locally if you need one... btw, i have hired a car in kt before and it is cheap but there are no true car rental companies in kt... you will have to hire from a travel company, which i did...

~chia

Travel Tips for Kuala Terengganu

Boat Dock

by kenmerk

Best to enjoy this view. Being that there are two ferries a day, it is likely that you will be waiting around on the docks here for quite a while before you can catch the next ferry to Pulau Redang.

If you do have a few hours to kill, there is an outdoor market and a couple of small restaurants nearby.

Bukit Keledang

by mansionion

Bukit Keledang is a small hill on the edge of Kuala Terengganu town. Unlike Bukit Puteri which is well maintained and well known among the locals or visitors to Kuala Terengganu, Bukit Keledang seems being neglected all this while. It is believed that Bukit Keledang used to be the burial ground for some of Terengganu's earlier rulers. There are a few old tombs here on top of the hill, most of them are partly damaged and unrecogniseable.

Muzium Negeri

by PS_Lee81

If you are curious about the local Malay cultures and traditions, then i suggested you to visit the Terengganu State Muzium. It was once said to be the largest Muzium in South East Asia, but i donn't whether the fact still true nowadays. You can see a lot of the Malay culture and tradition details in the Muzium. There will be a lot of display of the tools, clothes, coins, etc used in the old days. The royal family as well as their tradition are also on display in the Muzium. The ticket is about RM5 - RM20 per person.

Outside the Muzium building, in the Muzium compound, you can visit the boats locally made in Terengganu in the past which is on display to the public. There are 2 big boat and a few small one scattered around the muzium compound. There are also some local style wooden house on display. All these are free to visit.

Meriam Beranak

by mansionion

Standing guard on top of Bukit Puteri are a few set of canons that the local folks referred to as "Meriam Beranak" (literally, canons that give birth). According to the story, there were many cannons on Bukit Puteri in it early days. The cannons were believed to be originated from as far as Spain, Portugal and the Malay States and were given specific names such as Seri Jamlor, Seri Buih, Seri Johor and Laila Majnun.

The cannons were purposely built in a set of two in different sizes - big and small - hence the name "Meriam Beranak". It is also said that every evening, the canons were "feed" with bubles from the ocean to maintain their magical power. However, most of the cannons were taken to Siam (Thailand) during the period when they ruled Terengganu in 1843-1845 and were never returned back, leaving only few sets of the canons that still remain on Bukit Puteri until today .

The Fishing Village

by voodo0

"Kuala Terengganu"

Kuala Terengganu is the largest city as well as the state and royal capital of Terengganu state, Malaysia. Kuala Terengganu is located about 500 kilometers northeast of Kuala Lumpur on a promontory surrounded on three sides by the South China Sea. The name means the "river mouth of Terengganu", referring to the broad expanse of the Terengganu River estuary which empties into the ocean at this point. Kuala Terengganu is also the name of the parliamentary constituency in which the town is situated.

Kuala Terengganu is rather a quite city. Shops and some shopping center close as early at 7pm. Nth much to do at night.

"Where to Go?"

Places of interest include Chinatown, Pasar Payang (Central Market), the Sultan's Palace, the State Museum, Pulau Duyong.

"Communication"

People in Terengganu are mostly Malays. They can hardly speak English. Only some of the does.

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 Merang Suria Holiday Camp

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Address: Lot 1841 Kampang Rhu Tapai, Merang Setiu, Kuala Terengganu, Terengganu, 21010, Malaysia