3 HIDDEN GEM SPOT AT TERENGGANU
In Malaysia, there is several place that not familiar to the Malaysians to visit or known as a hidden gem spot (tourism place). In Terengganu, there are many place that less crowded as people not knowing such place do exist. Below, three hidden gem place in Terengganu that worth you visit.
Chemerong Forest Reserve
The must visit place as it hide multitude of fascination, Chemorong Forest Reserve is located in District of Dungun, Terengganu. The main attraction for this forest are Chemerong Waterfall and Mount Berembun. For the person who love nature, this hidden gem spot, Chemorong Forest is the best place to visit as you can explore the multiple tiers of waterfall as you can see the stunning views and can relax by the pools. As you know, there are several river that run thorughChemorong Forest Reserve that cool, crystal clear water and absolutely will catch your eyes.
Tenggol Island, Terengganu
This Tenggol Island is located off the coast of Terengganu and one of the Malaysia’s natural marine eco-diversity. It is the last island in a string of the island that include PulauPerhentian and also Pulauredang. You can go there by ferry as itis connected by ferry to Kuala Dungun on the mainland. Even though Tenggol Island located not far from Pulau Perhentian and Pulau Redang, it is not famous as them. Traditionally, the island was uninhabited, but not right now as hotels and resorts are now available on the island. This hidden gems spot in Terengganu is awesome underwater and above it.
Gemia Island, Terengganu
Gemia/Gem Island also known as Coral Island is located near Kapas Island, Marang, Terengganu. It is privately owned island and hidden gem of Terengganu, so it much less crowded than other popular island in Terengganu. Usually, people who visit Kapas Island will go to this island as it worth watching scenery and also for snorkeling. People who craving for beautiful nature can add on to their list as Gemia Island is a must visit Island in Terengganu. White sandy beach, Crystal clear blue water and stunning coral is absolutely breathtakingShare on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Pinterest