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Kuala Lumpur - Besut / Setiu (Terengganu) 3 Days 2 Nights Free & Easy Tour (Return)



Kuala Lumpur - Besut / Setiu (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 : Redang Island (Pulau Redang), Perhentian Besar Island (Pulau Perhentian Besar), Perhentian Kecil Island (Pulau Perhentian Kecil), Lang Tengah Island (Pulau Lang Tengah), Rhu Hentian Island, etc.

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Kuala Lumpur - Besut / Setiu (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 : Redang Island (Pulau Redang), Perhentian Besar Island (Pulau Perhentian Besar), Perhentian Kecil Island (Pulau Perhentian Kecil), Lang Tengah Island (Pulau Lang Tengah), Rhu Hentian Island (Pulau Rhu Hentian), Kapas Island (Pulau Kapas), Gemia Island (Pulau Gemia), Bukit Keluang Beach (Pantai Bukit Keluang), Lata Tembakah Waterfalls, La Hot Springs, Tebu Mount (Gunung Tebu), Lata Belatan Waterfall, Air Tawar Beach (Pantai Air Tawar), Dendong Beach (Pantai Dendong), Desa Ukiran Kayu ( Duk ) Istana Tengku Long, Lata Chakah Waterfall, Rhu Sepuluh Beach (Pantai Rhu Sepuluh), Bidong Island (Pulau Bidong), Batu Rakit Beach (Pantai Batu Rakit), Merang Beach (Pantai Merang)


Of all the islands in Terengganu, Pulau Redang is perhaps the most famous among them. The island is blessed with development and tourism infrastructures. The whole of Pulau Redang offers abundance of marine lives, coral gardens and a few ship wrecks which are definite thrills and excitements for scuba-divers
Pulau Redang

Pulau Perhentian is actually a group of islands comprises of Pulau Perhentian Besar, Pulau Perhentian Kecil, Pulau Rawa, Pulau Serenggeh, Pulau Susu Dara Besar and Pulau Susu Dara Kecil. The islands offer an amazing snorkeling experience in crystal clear waters. Spectacular marine lives and diverse species of hard and soft corals in the clear, aquamarine waters will definitely thrill snorkelers and divers. Here, manta rays, reef sharks, barracudas and turtles roam freely in their natural habitat
Pulau Perhentian Besar

Pulau Perhentian is actually a group of islands comprises of Pulau Perhentian Besar, Pulau Perhentian Kecil, Pulau Rawa, Pulau Serenggeh, Pulau Susu Dara Besar and Pulau Susu Dara Kecil. The islands offer an amazing snorkeling experience in crystal clear waters. Spectacular marine lives and diverse species of hard and soft corals in the clear, aquamarine waters will definitely thrill snorkelers and divers. Here, manta rays, reef sharks, barracudas and turtles roam freely in their natural habitat
Pulau Perhentian Kecil

Pulau Lang Tengah is situated between Pulau Perhentian and Pulau Redang. Just a 40 minutes speedboat ride from Merang jetty, there are isolated and idyllic stretches of pristine white sandy beaches. There are about 12 dive sites around Pulau Lang Tengah
Pulau Lang Tengah

Pulau Rhu Hentian which is only 5 nautical miles from offshore Kuala Besut is not known to most visitors. Because it is so close to the mainland, Pulau Rhu Hentian is accessible through Kuala Besut jetty on a 10 minutes speedboat ride. The ecology system on the island and the marine life is unspoiled. Among the activities indulged are jungle trekking, camping, fishing and beach activities
Pulau Rhu Hentian

Pulau Kapas is indeed an ideal family retreat. Resorts and budget chalets dotted the beachfront providing facilities for visitors. Swimming, snorkeling and scuba diving in crystal clear waters are recommended or indulge in fishing, squid fishing, jungle trekking and canoeing
Pulau Kapas

Pulau Gemia is a self contained island of superb natural beauty, perfect for your private holiday, whether you are looking for fun and adventure, or rest and relaxation. It is a privately-owned island 800 metres next to Pulau Kapas. White sandy beaches interspersed with rock formations, crystal clear waters, spectacular underwater seascape of corals and marine life as some of its natural assets
Pulau Gemia

A 7-tiered waterfall that flows majestically through the rainforest. Visitors could climb to the highest cascading water for a splendid sight. There are facilities such as chalet, rest house, camping grounds, changing rooms, gazebos, toilets, stalls and prayer rooms for the visitors’ convenience and park can also be found here
Lata Tembakah Waterfalls

The La Hot Spring is a natural hot water pool originates from deep under the ground and seeps through cracks creating a pool with a temperature ranging from 45-49 degrees Celsius. There are man-made hot water pools, toilets, chalets, stalls, camping ground and parking areas provided for visitors’ convenient
La Hot Springs

Gunung Tebu is one of the many mountains found in Terengganu. It stands at the height of 1,039 metres. The vegetation here are of the Hill as well as the Top Dipterokarp type. On a fine day one can see Pulau Perhentian with all its magnificence from its top, with the South China Sea acting as a backdrop
Gunung Tebu

Lata Belatan is situated within the Gunung Tebu Forest Reserve under the jurisdiction of the North Terengganu Forest Reserve. Among the activities that can be enjoyed at Lata Belatan are picnicking, camping, jungle tracking or just to relax and enjoy the tranquility of the forest. There are adequate public facilities provided here which include food stalls, public toilets, a musolla (prayer hall), pavilions and camping sites. There is also a suspended bridge for visitors to enjoy the panoramic view of the area. A safe-guard station has also been provided to ensure visitors safety
Lata Belatan Waterfall

It has its own unique attraction with its scenic view and golden beaches and is most popular with both the local and international tourist. Amongst the most popular activities at Pantai Air Tawar are picnicking, swimming or just strolling along the shoreline. You can find hotels, chalets, food stalls, children's playgrounds and others here
Air Tawar Beach (Pantai Air Tawar)

Pantai Dendong has been declared as an Intelligent Town and is set in an area of about 1,600 hectares of untouched nature. It is strategically situated within the off-shore tourism ring. The greenery of the flora and fauna of Pantai Dendong against the backdrop of golden sandy beaches and the blue sea is enough to calm any tired soul. Also set against the backdrop is a beautiful hill that is popular with visitors. The many public facilities provided are done without disturbing the tranquility or greenery of the hill
Dendong Beach (Pantai Dendong)

Desa Ukiran Kayu is located in Kampong Raja, Besut. It occupied a small area with the three blocks of traditional Malay houses. They produce wall panel, special chair and table, ceiling panel, screen or partition, solid door, decorative railing, calligraphy, furniture, traditional weapons etc
Desa Ukiran Kayu ( Duk ) Istana Tengku Long

It is one of the resort centers in Setiu District. It is covered with green growth added with the presence of waterfall. It is suitable for family picnic and avoiding the hectic city life and work load
Lata Chakah Waterfall

Penarik and Rhu Sepuluh which are still not affected by developments in Setiu District are quite popular as they are near the main road to Kelantan and from Kelantan to Terengganu. Only after 400 meters from Penarik you can see Rhu Sepuluh beach which is very popular with flour dipped fish (ikan celup tepung)
Rhu Sepuluh Beach (Pantai Rhu Sepuluh)

Pulau Bidong archipelago consists of Pulau Yu Besar, Pulau Yu Kechil, Pulau Gelok, Pulau Karah, Batu Tengkorak and Pulau Bidong. Pulau Bidong is located about 5 miles south of Pulau Redang, a 30 minutes speedboat ride from Merang jetty. Pulau Bidong was internationally well known as the relocation center for Vietnamese refugees from the middle 70s until it was closed in the early 90s. The state government decided not to develop any accommodation facilities instead encourages day trippers to visit the island for recreational purposes such as snorkeling, diving and swimming
Bidong Island (Pulau Bidong)

Batu Rakit is on the unspoiled shores dotted with colourful fishing boat and surrounded by lush forest. There are fishing villages adjoining to the beach, catch the coming home fishing boats in every good weather evening for fresh fish or look for stalls by the road selling Terengganu famous keropok lekor, otak-otak and Satar. In some sunny days, the famous Pulau Redang and former Vietnamese refuge island, Pulau Bidong are visible from the beach
Batu Rakit Beach (Pantai Batu Rakit)

The rocky outcrop and caves give Bukit Keluang Beach an added advantage over other beaches in the vicinity. Tourists could explore the nocturnal species in the caves. Walkways are built to access the hill top providing breathtaking view of the South China Sea spectacular azure waters
Bukit Keluang Beach (Pantai Bukit Keluang)

This beach stretches as far as the eye could see and what a view it is. The pristine seashore is home to quaint fishing villages with colourful traditional fishing boats lined up on the beachfront. Watching the captivating sunrise is perhaps makes up the memorable stay in Pantai Merang. Pantai Merang is also the gateway to the islands of Bidong, Redang and Lang tengah with jetty located in the riverbanks of Merang River
Merang Beach (Pantai Merang)

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