• Kapas Island is an island in Marang District, Terengganu, Malaysia, with a smaller island, Pulau Gemia, located north of it. It measures roughly 1.5 by 2.5 km. Its name, Pulau Kapas, refers to the island's white beaches.
    Island Beaches
    Scenery
    Terengganu
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    Island Beaches
    Sea
    Terengganu
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    Highland
    Pahang
    Scenery
    Nature
  • Air Terjun Pelangi (Rainbow Waterfall) is a magnificent natural wonder deep in Bukit Tapir Forest Reserve. The 30-metre high waterfall showers down a curtain of water to an deep rock pool. The falls are named because of the rainbow effect of sunlight at certain times of the day. It's viewable from around 0900 to 1030 hours.
    Pahang
    Rainbow
    River
    Waterfall
  • Wau is an intricately designed Malaysian moon-kite that is traditionally flown by men in the Malaysian state of Kelantan.
    Culture
    Heritage
    Kelantan
    Kite
    Wau
  • Tasik Kenyir or Kenyir Lake is an artificial lake located in Hulu Terengganu, Terengganu, Malaysia, nestled deep in the Pantai Timur Range. The lake was created in 1985 by the Kenyir Dam on the Kenyir River, the upper stream of the Terengganu River. The lake provides water to the nearby Sultan Mahmud Power Station.
    Cave
    Lake
    Nature
    Terengganu
  • Wayang kulit is a traditional form of shadow puppetry originally found in the cultures of Java and Bali in Indonesia. In a wayang kulit performance, the puppet figures are rear-projected on a taut linen screen with a coconut oil light.
    Arts
    Cultural
    Kelantan
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    Cultural
    Fauna
    Heritage
    Kelantan