Yen Tin Midtown Hotel
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... peace and prosperity for the nation, we will just have to leave it up to the government of this country and probably ours to carry on destabilising peace.
Without going into it much further I can only say Malaysian Muslims are really the nicest people we have ever met, for all the people that write such horrible things online and in the news I can only say I would rather be in there houses than yours. Of course there are extreme people with ...
... and the small fort at the top, before making our way back down again.
There are a couple of important and famous mosques here and a renowned state museum which comes highly recommended. Unfortunately we didn't have the time to visit these.
There is little else worth mentioning about this town, other than the numerous banners encouraging visitors to Terengganu, which incidentally encompasses a logo which centres around a turtle. ...
... and freshly caught fish. On the second floor, shop after shop sells bright colorful long dresses, chador and other clothing. The Muslim women here dress in much more colorful attire relative to the mostly black worn in Kuwait and in Arab countries.
We decided to climb up Bukit Puteri, a small shaded hill between the market and the Palace from where the views of the surroundings are wonderful. We found a covered ...
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We were ahead Chinese Bejing Mosque .We had to pass the boarder of Rantau Panjang Immigration, in order to the mosque
... which was ravaging the local population. After the
temple was rebuilt the disease disappeared.It has been renovated twice ...