A treasure trove of natural and cultural wonders, Terengganu is often fittingly referred to as the “Gem of the East Coast”. Visitors will be captivated by its unspoiled landscape, dotted with quaint small towns, rustic coastal villages and verdant greenery. To sun and sea lovers, it is the gateway to some of Malaysia’s most beautiful islands where diving and other leisure activities abound. Bordered by the South China Sea to the east, it boasts a 244km coastline, the longest in Peninsular Malaysia. Deeply rooted in traditional Malay culture, Terengganu showcases a variety of crafts, from boat building to batik printing.