Jeram Pasu Waterfall

Jeram Pasu
Jeram Pasu Waterfall (Airterjun Jeram Pasu) is the most popular waterfall in Kelantan. Its cooling and clean waters promise to revitalize the body and refresh the mind. You can find Jeram Pasu at Kampung Pak Amat. It is situated off Kota Bharu-Pasir Puteh road, which the location is accessible by car or bus. The refreshingly cool waterfalls and rapids here make the area a d...
More Info

Kelantan Silver

Kelantan Silver
Kelantan silver is renowned for its intricacy of design and superior workmanship. Silversmiths use two kinds of techniques - filigree and repousse. Items range from the functional to the purely ornamental and include fruit bowls, tea sets, ash trays, brooches and bracelets. You can visit the silvercraft factory at Kampung Sireh (along Jalan Sultanah Zainab), Kampung Mara...
More Info

Kite Making

Wau Making in Kelantan
Kelantan is the home of giant kites that soar through the air with nary a care in the world. Kite-flying usually takes place after the harvest when farmers have time on their hands to fashion and fly these wau. There are many different types wau kuching (cat kite), wau merak (peacock kite), wau ikan (fish kite), wau bulan (moon kite) to name a few. Kite-making require...
More Info

Merdeka Square

Merdeka Square, Kelantan
Merdeka Square is an open public area in Kota Bharu, Kelantan. Also known as the Independence Field, it was the site where the independence of Malaya was declared on 31 August, 1957. The site of Merdeka Square was a reclaimed land. It was originally the site of a floating market in the 19th century. When Sultan Muhammad II built the Grand Palace of Kota Bharu in 1844, th...
More Info

Royal Museum / Istana Batu

Muzium Di Raja Istana Batu, Kelantan
Istana Batu, popularly known as the Royal Museum or Castle Rock is situated in the heart of Kota Bharu, Kelantan, Malaysia. The castle was built in 1939 during the reign of Sultan Ismail 1, son of Sultan Muhammad Ke 1V. It was a wedding gift by Sultan Ismail 1 to his nephew Sultan Yahya Petra and later went to Sultan Ibrahim Petra and since that moment it served as the a...
More Info