Kuala Nerus, Malaysia · 11 hotels available
Lot PT37818, Blok G, Jalan Gong Pak Damat, Taman Desa Jaya, Kuala Terengganu, Malaysia, 21300
2nd & 3rd Floor, Lot PT 35421, PT35422, PT35423, Dataran Austin, Jalan Gong Badak, Kampung Wakaf Tembesu, Kuala Terengganu, Malaysia, 21300
No 39/100, Jalan Ketapang 2/6 Kampung Teluk Ketapang, Kuala Terengganu, Malaysia, 21300
20614, Taman Permint Perdana Fasa 1, Seberang Takir, , Kuala Terengganu, Malaysia, 21300
Lot 32955 Taman Sapura Indah, Jalan Lapangan Terbang, Kuala Terengganu, Malaysia, 21200
672-B, Jalan Ketapang 7/4, Kampung Teluk Ketapang, Kuala Terengganu, Malaysia, 21300
Seberang Takir is a fishing village that is located in the state of Terengganu, Malaysia. It is located at di estuary of Terengganu River and along the coastline of South China Sea. If you are around the Pasar Payang or Bazar Warisan area, this village can clearly be seen from a distant.
Originally Seberang Takir is the place where the authority would send the cast off criminals back in the days of the Terengganu Sultanate era. The name “Seberang” came about because they have to cross the river if they were to be at the side of Shah Bandar (Kuala Terengganu). The name “Takir” on the other hand exist due to the belief that this place was the place to cut off (what takir means in Malay) hands and feet according to the crime that was committed.
Since this village is situated in the state of Terengganu, the locals uses Bahasa Melayu as a means of communication. However they have a dialect which can sound different or rather harder to be understood by the other Malaysians in the Peninsular.
There are flights to Kuala Terengganu provided by Malaysia Airlines and Air Asia. From the airport, guests may hail up a taxi to Seberang Takir.
People driving from Kuala Lumpur may drive through the East Coast Expressway exiting at Kuala Terengganu. This route will start from Kuala Lumpur, to Karak and moves on to Kuala Terengganu.
Guest can take boat miners from Kuala Terengganu at Pasar Payang to get to Seberang Takir. The time to cross the river is much shorter than going by land. Moreover it only cost RM1 per way to get across.
Here in Seberang Takir, this is a daily routine for the people here. By visiting them in the morning, you will be able to see the process of making Keropok Lekor (fish craker) from the start to the end. You will see how they started off by filleting the fish, mixing the ingrdients all the way to the cooking process. You can also buy the keropok lekor which comes in the form of keropok lekor or keropok keping. In Pasar Payang, almost 80% of the keropok lekor sold are made by locally by the people here itself.
Besides the making of keropok lekor, there are other areas of the village that processes anchovies as well as shrimp paste. Seeming that they are a fishing village, these products are at abundance. However there is also a place that makes batik on the village itself. They make traditional block print batik. You can also see the whole process of making it and buy the finished product at the local stores.
This hotel is near to Sultan Mahmud Airport. Furthermore it has many reviews complimenting on the cleanliness of the property. This hotel is recommended for long term stay as it provides decent facilities to their guests.
Rimba Hotel is strategically located to many public facilities. The location is also very near to those who would like to visit Seberang Takir. Those who are on a budget would find this hotel highly recommended.
This hotel is very near to Sultan Mahmud Airport. It offers both comfort and value for money for those who choose to stay here.
An accommodation that is very homey. It is situated in the very city of Seberang Takir. It offers WIFI that will help its guest to stay connected.
This accommodation is suitable for large group or big family. It can be rented as a whole unit that can fit up to 6 people comfortably.