Getting To Kuala Terengganu :
Kuala Terengganu is the East Coast Corridor for Peninsular Malaysia. Kuala Terengganu is the centre for Malay culture and Heritage. It is the gateway to the gorgeous Marine Park islands like Perhentian , Redang , Lang Tengah, Bidong, Kapas, Gemia and Tenggol Island. Beside the islands Terengganu also offers the worlds oldest rainforest jungle, Tasik Kenyir (Lake Kenyir) and Tasik Kenyir National Park.
 
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Driving by car with friends or loved ones can be pretty much an interesting trip. Aside from the greeneries that can be seen through out your journey, the fresh air and unpolluted countryside can offer a wonderful experience. Once you get to Terengganu road, the beautiful beaches and blue waters welcome you. Driving travellers are advise to get a map from Tourism Malaysia or any bookstore.
   
 

KL to K. Trg (approx. 455 km): 2 options the coastal road or Bukit Besi :

  Route 1
 

Highway to KL (Gombak Toll) on Karak Highway
Continue with LPT (E8) to Kuantan exit at Exit 833
Go straight towards T junction E8
Turn left onto E4 towards Kuantan
Connect to E3 coastal road towards Kemaman, Dungun and Kuala Terengganu
Turn rright at traffic light after Esso station at Dungun town
Go straight towards Kuala Dungun where boat departs -3 KM

   
  Route 2
 

Highway to KL (Gombak Toll) on Karak Highway
Continue with LPT (E8) to Kuantan exit at Exit 833
Go straight to T junction turn left onto E4 towards Kuantan - 1 KM
Turn left onto 1486 towards Bukit Goh - 300 m
Turn left 1487 onto wards Pahang Cement - 2 KM
Go straight until reach T junction - 28 KM
Turn left onto 14 towards Kuala Terengganu - 97 KM
Turn rightt onto 122 towards Paka until T junction at E3 – 27 KM
Turn left onto E3 towards Dugun - 20 KM
Turn right at traffic light after Esso station at Dungun town
Go straight towards Kuala Dungun where boat departs -3 KM

(This route will save you at least 45 mins)

 

 

 
 
 
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