Had our lunch and desserts at ON THE WAY CAFE - Terengganu's Chinatown
So classic :)
Terengganu State Museum Complex
Next stop was the State Museum.
By far one of the biggest museum we've seen.
The museum is interconnected on a 26 hectares of land.
Imagine how large that is.
Unfortunately we only managed to spend about an hour there because we reached rather late and they close at 5pm.
The entrance fees are as stated below:-
RM5 adult / RM2 child (age 7-12)
RM1 for students in school uniform
RM15 adult / RM10 child
One of the highlights around Islamic Civilisation Park is the Crystal Mosque.
The Islamic Civilisation Park features a number of replicas historical monuments that can be found around the world.
The guys wanted to try some 'kaw' coffee and so we went to Lounge Kuala Kopi which is located inside Primula Beach Resort.
One of their unique house blend is known as kopi de ganu.