Travel from Kuala Terengganu to Shah Alam by Bus
This journey between Kuala Terengganu to Shah Alam is a fairly long one and takes about 7 hours. If you’re departing from Kuala Terengganu, you will be served by two bus companies, namely Transnasional and Mega Jaya Express. Mega Jaya Express only picks passengers up from the MPKT bus stop, but Transnasional picks passengers from 4 different locations namely the new MPKT bus stop, Simpang 4 Chendering, Marang district office and Simpang Gong Kassim. Both bus service providers will drop you off in Shah Alam at the Seksyen 13 Bus Terminal.
Things to do in Shah Alam
Shah Alam is the capital of Selangor and is rather close to Kuala Lumpur. It is also a hub of industries and houses many suburbs where those working in the Klang Valley live. Shah Alam is the most developed and heavily populated capital of all the states in Malaysia. This means there are plenty of modern attractions to visit.
You can start of with i-City, a colourful theme park that caters to families looking to experience a snow park with real snow and ice houses. The outdoor portion of the park is brightly lit with many neon lights where visitors can ride a merry go round, a small ferris wheel and other funfair rides. The most outstanding landmark in Shah Alam is the blue-doomed Sultan Salahuddin Abdul Aziz Shah Mosque with it Moorish architecture. Nearby is the Shah Alam lake gardens where you’ll be able to take boat rides out into the lake and enjoy the perfectly beautiful park surrounding it. For a touch of history and culture, you can visit the Sultan Alam Shah Musuem and Raja Tun library. There’s a small water park called the Wet World Water Park that accommodated families who are looking for some in spite the hot weather. A small trip out of Shah Alam will land you at Setia City mall, one of the newest shopping malls in the district.
What to eat in Shah Alam?
Being an extremely well developed city, Shah Alam is therefore renowned for its crop of Hipster Cafes, which are spots that serve great coffee and western style cuisine that are often creative and unique. One restaurant stands out with its gourmet fusion Malay creations, and this is Dewakan, located at KDU University College, Glenmarie.