Kuala Terengganu Chinatown a traveller drawAugust 30, 2012
Kuala Terengganu Chinatown or Kampung Cina is a traveller mark that offers aged buildings and structures that go behind some-more than 200 years.
Terengganu’s Kampung Cina (Chinatown) or Teng Lang Po, has existed for some-more than 300 years and it stands out compared to other identical settlements since of a aged buildings that showcase a reduction of Chinese, Malay, Arabic and Thai architecture.
Many of a buildings (mostly shophouses) have undergone a replacement or painting programme to boost a seductiveness to visitors, though good caring has been taken to safety a birthright value.
Kampung Cina is home to ancient temples like Ho Ann Kiong and Tien Hou Kong that was built in 1801 and 1896 respectively.
One other landmark that goes behind to a 19th century is a Low Tiey H2O good that was built in 1875. It still exists today, provision purify H2O for residents in a area, and is one of a some-more renouned attractions.
Kampung Cina is also famous for a internal delicacies. Among a food equipment one can find here are a singular roti paong, Durian cake, Pulut ‘Dipa’ and a white keropok lekor, that is done out of Wolf Herring or ikan parang.
Newer attractions embody an green and a scenic bridge, expanding a area of seductiveness for tourists. – By FARIK ZOLKEPLI
For more, greatfully revisit Tourism Terengganu’s Official Website