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“Air Tawar” means fresh water and it sounds strange to name a beach by the sea as “fresh water beach”. Perhaps the name comes from the inland lagoon that runs parallel to the beach.

Air Tawar Beach
Pantai Air Tawar

Besut, Terengganu
Malaysia

This is Kuala Terengganu’s where-to-go beach, where all kinds of recreational activities take place. It stretches a kilometer south of Primula Hotel and is filled with locals and tourists alike.

Batu Burok Beach
Pantai Batu Burok

Kuala Terengganu, Terengganu
Malaysia

Batu Rakit beach stretches for miles and with a camera in hand, shoot away at the sweeping views of the beach and the boats.

Batu Rakit Beach
Pantai Batu Rakit

Kuala Terengganu, Terengganu
Malaysia

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Located in the district of Besut, this beach is rocky and shadowed by hills with a few caves whose inhabitants are nocturnal animals, mainly bats.

Bukit Keluang Beach
Pantai Bukit Keluang

Besut, Terengganu
Malaysia

A beautiful stretch of beach 21 kilometres south of Kuala Terengganu. There are plenty of restaurants here with a magnificent view of Pulau Kapas in the distance. Quite popular among locals too.

Kelulut Beach
Pantai Kelulut

Marang, Terengganu
Malaysia

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10km from the town of Kijal. A distinct natural formation of a set of “twin rocks” sitting at the edge of the water makes this beach one of the most photographed beaches.

Kemasik Beach
Pantai Kemasik

Terengganu 24210
Malaysia

The stretch of beach in Kuala Abang has quite a unique landscape. It has an inner lagoon a few kilometres long and separates the main Kuantan – Kuala Terengganu coastal road from the beach.

Kuala Abang Beach
Pantai Kuala Abang

Dungun, Terengganu
Malaysia

A turtle conservation centre is located here where turtle eggs are kept before they are hatched and the hatchlings released into the sea as a way of protecting them from poachers and predators.

Mak Nik Bay Beach
Pantai Teluk Mak Nik

Kemaman, Terengganu
Malaysia

This beach even has a song being named after it, called Chendering. It was composed in the early 60s (or before Malaysia was formed) by a famous composer called Jimmy Boyle.

Pandak Chendering Beach
Pantai Pandak Chendering

Kuala Terengganu, Terengganu
Malaysia

One of the most beautiful beaches in Terengganu that is dotted with hundreds of swaying coconut trees and rustic sleepy fishing kampungs. Serene and breathtakingly beautiful, the beach stretches for miles.

Penarik Beach
Pantai Penarik

Setiu, Terengganu
Malaysia