Pay full attention.... they can be entertaining.
Just because they are small and out of nowhere (well, probably they're somewhere [strategic], but we[lar] don't know where hehheheheh), doesn't mean they are not interesting. Check out! Ahmad Albab Bridal Shop!!!
Need I say more.
Serene. Calm. Peaceful.
Located in Kuala Ibai, it's the first real floating mosque in Malaysia - from Wikipedia. (Real floating mosque? Apa maknanye tuh... yang lain float tipu-tipu ke? Hehheheh....). What I like is the fact that this pure white mosque sets against the clear blue sky (lawa giler sangat-sangat).
5. Bukit Puteri
Covering 658 hectares and at about 200 meters from the sea level. It was built between 1831 and 1876 to defend country from enemy attack. It gives you a great view of Istana Maziah, Pasar Payang and it's surrounding. Do check out the last picture - it's errr.... kinda funny.
Eh! Song Seng Nim yang sesat?
A MUST READ!! (Translation nih betul ke?)
6. Pasar Payang
Colours. Colours. Colours
Terengganu culture at it's best.
Dry food area.
Kuih's name? Anyone?
Lastik / Slightshot sold here too.
Kris - Malaysia dagger.
7. Turtle Alley
** Adam - Pencarian awek. Misi satu daerah, satu awek.