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Kuala Lumpur - Dungun (Terengganu) 3 Days 2 Nights Free & Easy Tour (Return)



Kuala Lumpur - Dungun (Terengganu) 3 Days 2 Nights Free & Easy Tour (Return)
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-Pick-up & drop-off locations : Klang Valley Hotels, KLCC, KL Sentral, KLIA, KLIA2, LCCT, Subang Skypark

-Pick-up time available from 0600am - 0900am

-Recommended tourist spots : Teluk Bidara Beach (Pantai Teluk Bidara), Tanjung Jara, Rantau Abang, Tenggol Island (Pulau Tenggol), Puteri Lake (Tasik Puteri), Bukit Besi, Pasir Raja Forest Reserve (Hutan Simpan Pasir Raja), etc.

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Kuala Lumpur - Dungun (Terengganu) 3 Days 2 Nights Free & Easy Tour (Return)

-Pick-up & drop-off locations : Klang Valley Hotels, KLCC, KL Sentral, KLIA, KLIA2, LCCT, Subang Skypark

-Pick-up time available from 0600am - 0900am

-Daily Itinerary start at 0800am and end at 0600pm

-Recommended tourist spots : Teluk Bidara Beach (Pantai Teluk Bidara), Tanjung Jara, Rantau Abang, Tenggol Island (Pulau Tenggol), Puteri Lake (Tasik Puteri), Bukit Besi, Pasir Raja Forest Reserve (Hutan Simpan Pasir Raja), Chemerong Waterfall (Air Terjun Chemerong)


A hotspot among locals for its accessibility, this beach comes to life during weekends when people of all ages engage in various beach activities. A family picnic under the shades, a stroll on the beach, playing some beach games or just enjoying the cooling sea breeze are among the activities indulged. There are food stalls selling fresh seafood products, local delicacies and refreshing coconut drinks
Teluk Bidara Beach (Pantai Teluk Bidara)

Tanjung Jara is embraced by the blue-green waters of the South China Sea. This is one of the more striking beaches with long, prominent wide stretches of golden sands sloping gently into the greenish blue waters. Steady winds and reasonably dramatic surf provide an exciting and diverse array of water activities, such as wind surfing, wave surfing and canoeing
Tanjung Jara

Here, visitors can start waiting from midnight until dawn to watch the big leatherback turtles coming up to the shore to lay eggs. These turtles crawl slowly on the white sandy beach to lay eggs, giving the unforgettable experiences to the visitors. Rantau Abang is one of the six locations in the world which are visited by these turtles from May to September
Rantau Abang

this island boast one of the deepest waters in the east coast and it is a haven for divers looking for thrilling night dives. Hard and soft corals of different types add a dash of color to the monochromatic escape while the underwater creature-eels, crabs, turtles and baby sharks will definitely amaze divers and are found abundance in their undisturbed habitat
Pulau Tenggol

This lake is situated in the District of Dungun and is a man-made lake generating from the relics of the iron ore mines. The lake which was then a tin mine has transformed to become the main recreational centre for the residents of nearby areas
Puteri Lake (Tasik Puteri)

Hutan Lipur Sungai Chemerong is among the most popular forest recreation and unique in Malaysia. In fact, it has the highest waterfall level in Malaysia, at the level of 305 meters high. This recreational forest is maintained by the Department of Forestry and many facilities such as endowments, toilet stalls and prayer and provided here for convenience of visitors
Chemerong Waterfall (Air Terjun Chemerong)

Bukit Besi became famous because of the production of iron ore, the largest in Southeast Asia, starting in the first quarter of the 20th century. The development of the mining industry in Bukit Besi is parallel with the growth of steel companies in Japan. Bukit Besi mine was closed due to depleted iron ore, taken by the Japanese military in large quantity. If you visited here, you will have the chance to see remnants of mining tools and equipment such as railway lines from jetty Sura, Dungun to Bukit Besi, thus making it enable to being taken and exported
Bukit Besi

Home of the Worlds largest Cengal tree, The cengal tree is of the Neobalanocarpus heimii species. It has a circumference of 1675 cm and 65 metres in height. This tree is found in Kompartment 5, the Pasir Raja Forest Reserve, Dungun Terengganu. This cengal tree which is the biggest and aged approximately 1,300 years was found in the Pasir Raja Forest Reserve, Hulu Dungun. The tree stands 65 metres tall with a circumference of 16.75 metres or approximately a span of 13 outstretched arms and a diametre of 5.32 metres whereby one requires 27 lorries to transport the wood once felled. The volume of the chengal tree is estimated 220 m3 weighing 120 metric tonnes
Pasir Raja Forest Reserve (Hutan Simpan Pasir Raja)

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