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Chendering Industrial Area, Kuala Terengganu, Terengganu
Phone: +609 617 1033
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The Handicraft Centre boasts diverse wares that Terengganu is famous for and offers an insight into various craft making. From hand woven baskets to pandanus (mengkuang or screw pine leaves) mat weaving, from wood carvings to songket weaving, brassware as well as the exquisite hand drawn and block imprints, everything is all here.

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Labuan War Cemetery, Labuan
Phone: 016 2850 7200
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The Labuan Memorial was primarily intended to commemorate the officers and men of the Australian Army and Air Force who died while prisoners of war in Borneo and the Philippines from 1942 to 1945 and during the 1945 operations for the recovery of Borneo, and have no known grave. Subsequently it was found that a number of men belonging to the local forces of North Borneo, Sarawak and Brunei who were killed on war service also have no known grave, and they too are honoured here.

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Surrender Point, Labuan

The famous historical site in Labuan Island is definitely none other than the Japanese Surrender Point. This is where the Japanese officially surrendered their ruling on Labuan to the Australian in charge. About 50 meters away from the surrender point, the ceremony of signing and the handover took place. Lieutenant General Masao Baba officially handed his sword as a sign of handover to Major General George Wootten during the ceremony. This ceremony marks the end of World War II in Borneo. Another interesting and historical fact towards this Surrender Point is that this is the place where the trials of the first war crime were conducted in the whole of South East Asia.

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Layang Layang Island, Sabah
Phone: +603 2170 2185
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Layang-Layang, known as "Swallows Reef" is an atoll situated in the South China Sea 300km north-west of Kota Kinabalu. The island is man-made and was constructed for the Malaysian Navy and later developed for the only dive resort, Layang-Layang Island Resort.

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Pantai Irama Bachok, Kelantan

Pantai Irama Bachok lies within Bachok district and is main visit area of Bachok population and also Kelantan State residents especially.

Infrastructure available in the coast area such as stall, public toilet, mosque, systematic carpark, plain, fitting room and garden.

Pantai Irama Bachok is famous for its gently sloping beach that extends far into the clear blue water of the South China Sea. It has been said that Pantai Irama is Kelantan's most beautiful beach and this is evident from the regular visitations from picknickers especially around the weekends.

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Jalan Temenggong, Kelantan

Jalan Temenggong (Temenggong Street), located in the centre of Kota Bahru town, is well known for its shopping site amongst the locals and visitors. The street is lined with colorful craft stalls and shop, made by local artisans. If you are lucky, you can catch a glimpse of the making of jewelry by the artist too. There are variety of gold and silver lewlry, batik and textiles, wood carving, traditional handicrafts like songkek and wau and whole load more. Be prepared to bargain and search for the best deals.

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