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There are about 7 bus trips in a day from Kota Bharu to Terengganu by 2 main bus operators namely Transnasional and Perdana Express. These are long standing bus operators that cater to their customers’ comfort and a happy journey. Terengganu is about 157km away from Kota Bharu and it takes only about 3 hours to get there. Transnasional has 4 trips in a day while Perdana Express has 3 ranging between 8am to 10pm. The Perdana Express departs from Tesco Kota Bharu while Transnasional departs from various points like the Kota Bharu Bus Station and Tesco as well to name a few. Both stop at the MPKT bus depot in Kuala Terengganu. To find out more details and purchase your tickets, browse through at ease at the CatchThatBus website.
Terengganu is a state in Malaysia which is the paradise point of Malaysia. Being a coastal state, on can have their best breath-taking moments captured here by the natural beauty Mother Nature has bestowed upon it. Pulau Redang located about 45km away from Kuala Terengganu has one of the finest beaches in Malaysia and has been featured on international documentary shows and reviews. You can enjoy snorkelling, scuba diving and trekking activities here in Redang Island. If you have the time to travel to Rantau Abang be sure to catch a glimpse of the Leatherback Sea Turtles when they come to the shore between May and August to lay their eggs. Tasik Kenyir is a man-made lake formed from the creation of the dam at the Kenyir River. Located in Hulu Terengganu this place is serene and astoundingly beautiful to visit and wonder around with many activities to carry out. Home to some authentic Malay cooking, Terengganu is the place to be to savour the local delicacies. Nasi Dagang which literally means trader’s rice is a Malaysian and Southern Thai rice dish steamed in coconut milk and served with fish curry and vegetable pickles mainly. The famous Mak Ngah Nasi Dagang restaurant in Cendering has its food sold out within a couple of hours because it is that good. Nasi Kerabu which is rice dyed with the colour from the Clitoria flower is served with salted fish and Budu, an anchovy sauce with a unique taste. Try this out at the Kedai Nasi Kerabu near Wisma Darul Iman. If you’re setting foot on Terengganu one cannot simply leave without tasting the goodness of the Keropok Lekor which is a snack made from fish paste served with chilli sauce to dip with and get your craving for more. You can find this snack all around Terengganu. So what are you waiting for? Hop on a bus to Terengganu before you hop on their islands by getting your tickets with CatchThatBus now.