Nan Hotel Kuala Besut

Address: Depan Bazar Mara, Kuala Besut, Besut District, Terengganu, 22300, Malaysia | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Depan Bazar Mara, Kuala Besut.
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        Travel Blogs from Kuala Besut

        Malaysia: Long Beach, Perenthian Islands

        A travel blog entry by jackandgeorgia on Aug 04, 2015

        10 photos

        We arrived at the jetty and hopped in a speed boat to take us to our island of choice - the smallest of the two Perenthian Islands, and the cheapest one to stay. We shared the boat with a couple of European families, and as the speedboat zoomed away from the shore the kids shrieked with delight at the speed and bumpiness of the journey. It was a joy to watch and added to the experience - the air was cool and salty, the first time we have been on the ...

        Perhentian Islands, Malaysia

        A travel blog entry by evewillett on Aug 03, 2015

        We arrived into Kuala Beaut by mini van from the Cameron Highlands. It was about a 5 hour trip before we got into the boat to take us over to the Perhentian Islands! We stayed on the Small island because it was renowned for backpackers and young people travelling. We found a cheap place to stay called the Tropicana Inn for about £5 per night- the wifi was bad and there was no breakfast and no lockers but we were relieved because we only paid £5 per night whereas ...

        Perhentian Islands

        A travel blog entry by chrisandamelia on Jun 11, 2015

        1 comment, 66 photos

        Before leaving the UK, Beth had discovered the quickest and surprisingly the cheapest way of getting to the Perhentian Islands from the island of Penang was to fly. At the boarding gate we were all surprised to see the plane didn't have what we are all so used to seeing - jet engines. Instead it had the 'old fashioned' propeller type. The plane was also fairly small, but the one hour journey was quiet, smooth and passed very quickly. At the airport Amelia, Beth, and I paid for ...

        East Coast Malaysia - Triggerfish Attack!

        A travel blog entry by smallcatfun on May 15, 2015

        1 comment, 44 photos

        ... water regularly. But after I explained that these fish are territorial and that (s)he was probably protecting her eggs/nest or something Ginette felt much better and I was able to coax her back in the water at the next stop.

        At Pulau Aur we met up with our Dutch friends Janbart and Monique on Evia Blue. Jan is an exceptional diver/free diver/snorkeler who truly is ‘one’ with the underwater world. To watch him swim and see him hold his breath for minutes at a time ...

        Perhentian Islands

        A travel blog entry by joshandjenn on Apr 25, 2015

        23 photos

        25th April - We arrive at the ferry terminal and can't believe how happy we are to see western looking faces. It definitely makes you feel a bit safer. We get on a speed boat and head over to the Perhentian Islands. There are two islands that they are made up of. Besar is the larger island which has the more expensive hotels on it. Kecil is the more budget island which is designed for backpackers. Guess which one we are going to? Yes the cheap one of course! We were told ...