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Kuala Lumpur - Machang / Pasir Puteh (Kelantan) 3 Days 2 Nights Free & Easy Tour (Return)



Kuala Lumpur - Machang / Pasir Puteh (Kelantan) 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 : Bisikan Bayu Beach (Pantai Bisikan Bayu), Kandis Resource Centre (Pusat Sumber Kandis), Temangan Ore Mine (Lombong Bijih Besi Temangan), Bukit Bakar Recreational Forest, Labok Hot Spring, Leaning Tower, etc

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Kuala Lumpur - Machang / Pasir Puteh (Kelantan) 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 : Bisikan Bayu Beach (Pantai Bisikan Bayu), Kandis Resource Centre (Pusat Sumber Kandis), Temangan Ore Mine (Lombong Bijih Besi Temangan), Bukit Bakar Recreational Forest, Labok Hot Spring, Leaning Tower, Jeram Mengaji Waterfall / Jeram Mak Nenek Waterfall, Jeram Pasu Waterfall, Jeram Linang Waterfall, Sir Farrer Rest Pavillion (Wakaf Tuan Farrer), Tok Janggut Memorial, Rehlah Park Recreation Center (Pusat Rekreasi Taman Rehlah), Tok Bali

 

Pantai Bisikan Bayu located at Kota Bahru, the capital of Kelantan, is amongst the popular beaches in Kelantan
Pantai Bisikan Bayu

Founded by Allahyarham Nik Rashiddin Nik Hussein and formally established in year 2000. KRC many keep engraving Malay treasure art oriented Langkasuka art such as grave tombstone,rehal, rostrum, wall ornament, architecture mosque and palace of east coast influenced Malaysia and Patani, unique Thailand with distinctive motives. KRC's uniqueness augmented with having a Terengganu natural home aged more than 100 years be made exhibition gallery
Kandis Resource Centre (Pusat Sumber Kandis)

Jeram Linang Waterfall, Machang was one of the first to be developed by the state. Located in the Ulu Sat Forest Reserve, its cool waters are always crystal clear despite the location's popularity. The state government has provided facilities including public restrooms, rest areas, Musalla, restaurants and car park
Jeram Linang Waterfall

This Hot Water pool located in Kampong Rengas, Labok about 20 kms from Bandar Machang. It near to Tok Bok's state road to Selising, Pasir Puteh
Labok Hot Spring (Kolam Air Panas Labok)

Masjid Pulai Condong's tower which now was one local flagship object , was build by Hj. Ab. Samad b. Hj. Abdullah in year 1856 (1273H). The tower height reach 18 metres and wide about 2.8 metres. In the middle of this tower is built a pole (unroofed) as axis. This tower is made by cooperation of hundred of mens. The designer was Abdul Samad's Hajj himself. All portion of this tower is made from chengal wood by using beliong, axe and chisel only
Leaning Tower (Menara Masjid Pulai Condong)

This iron ore is is performed by a Japanese company namely Oriental Mining Co., in Bukit Besi's area, Temangan. Here iron ore being transported by using train to Pelabuhan Tumpat. During Japanese war in Malaya (1941 1945) iron ore production continued to be done by Japanese army and mine government on one those areas. After World War II, iron ore production still goes on committed by same company but now it its under British government surveillance. Its production persists up to year 1965 where his operation stopped because ore supply be dwindling
Temangan Ore Mine (Lombong Bijih Besi Temangan)

Bukir Bakar Recreational Forest in Machang first opened in 1975. It covers some 3.14 hectares, within the Ulu Sat Forest Reserve. This Recreational Forest is a perfect getaway, especially for families. You will find a children's playground here, as well as rest areas and huts, a bathing pond, a hanging bridge, and restrooms, to make your appreciation of the flowing cool waters, flora and fauna, and intense forest greenery even more enjoyable
Bukit Bakar Recreational Forest

Built by the Pasir Puteh District Council in 2005. In memory of Haji Muhammad Hassan bin Munas or better known as Tok Janggut, during the era of Malay opposition against British occupation. Located in downtown Pasir Puteh
Tok Janggut Memorial (Tugu Tok Janggut)

The Wakaf Tuan Farrer (Sir Farrer Rest Pavilion) was built sometime between 1915 and 1930 by the British District Officer, Sir Farrer. The resting pavilion has been perpetuated as a historical heritage and its site be made into a roundabout. The rest pavilion has become a landmark of Pasir Puteh Town during the administration of Sir Farrer right up till today
Sir Farrer Rest Pavillion (Wakaf Tuan Farrer)

Located in a growth hotspot and the cradle of the fisheries industry here, just 16 km outside Pasir Puteh town. A well known and popular resort in the state. The Tok Bali Beach opened together with the construction of the Semerak canal, under the Perkasa plan. The beach is named after Kg.Tok Bali and great for swimming, fishing and camping
Tok Bali / Tok Bali Beach

One of the first recreational areas opened in Pasir Puteh, and just 16 km outside town heading to Kota Bharu. There are separate pools for adults and children, as well as a surau, restroom, changing room and rest areas. Perfect for family weekends
Jeram Pasu Waterfall

Opened in 2005, and still not completed. Located just 6 km from Selising or 22 km from Pasir Puteh. Will be developed like the popular Pasu and Linang Rapids. It's a bit off the beaten path and not yet known by too many people. Great for quiet family weekends
Jeram Mengaji Waterfall / Jeram Mak Nenek Waterfall

One of the first recreation centers developed at Bisikan Bayu Beach. There are numerous in-door and out-door activities to keep you occupied. There is also a hostel, restaurant, chalet, shower room, beach football pitch, jungle-trekking, abseiling, flying fox and kayaking. Other activities to consider include fishing and catching prawns, honeymooning, camping, venue for courses/seminars etc
Rehlah Park Recreation Center (Pusat Rekreasi Taman Rehlah)

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