Located at the north-east coast of Peninsular Malaysia, Kelantan covers 14,922 sq km and is flanked by Thailand in the North and Terengganu on the South. Kelantan is famed for its unique cultural diversity, white sandy beaches, waterfalls and lush tropical jungle.

Kelantan is home to time old Malaysian attraction such as the wau, wayang kulit, dikir barat and top spinning. Most of the locals are carrying out trades that were handed over by their ancestors. Kelantan is also the right place for you to purchase high quality batik and songket. Locals here are very friendly and address each other as ‘oghang kito’ which means our people.

In the rural areas of Kelantan, visitors will be able to enjoy seaside housings or eye catching paddy fields with buffalos roaming on the roads. If you are game for a laid back serene holiday then you might just want to drop by Kelantan, a state that is rich with culture and traditions for a visit.