Dungun, Malaysia · 31 hotels available
Pejabat KWSP Dungun is located in a shop house in the middle of Dungun district, at Jalan Yahya Ahmad. The shop house where the KWSP office is located also has several other government offices such as the e-Khidmat office and also the Social Security Organization (PERKESO). The rest of the shop houses are rented by private companies. The shop house is easy to access from the main road in Kuala Dungun as it is easily seen by the road.
Driving to Dungun is now easy and faster than before. Kuala Lumpur is now fully connected to Terengganu with the newly opened East Coast Highway. The drive from the capital city of Malaysia will only take just four hours instead of the usual five hours or more. From Kuala Terengganu, the capital of the state, it will take just a little over an hour to drive down to the district of Dungun, via the coastal route. The East Coast Highway, however, will take about twenty minutes more than the aforementioned route.
Bus from Kuala Lumpur leaves the Terminal Bersepadu Selatan to Dungun on daily basis. Several bus companies have routes to Dungun, with the ticket price starts from RM 36 per person. The bus will stop at the Dungun Bus Terminal, just five minutes away from the centre of the town.
There is a small airport in the neighbouring district, Kemaman, the Kerteh Airport. This small airport has flights daily, except on Friday to Sunday, from Subang Airport. Malindo Airlines is the only sole flight operator for the Kerteh – Subang route. The trip from the airport to Dungun will take about forty minutes of driving.
This is one of the natural wonders in the district of Dungun. Chemerong Waterfall located deeply in the land of Dungun, some 40 kilometres away from the two main roads; one from Ajil-Bukit Besi road and the other one Jabor-Al Mukhtafi Billah Shah road. Chemerong Waterfall is still pristinely preserved waterfalls, thus making it a perfect place for nature’s lovers. The site is also a great place for camping or having a picnic with family and friends, but do make a preparation ahead as the closest shop is quite far out from the waterfall. The beautiful waterfall has a huge, crystal clear pool, perfect for swimming. It is also surrounded by lush tropical forest, providing fresh air to the area. The Chemerong Waterfall opens every day to everyone except during the monsoon season, usually starting November until the end of January, sometimes up to March. The Forestry Department closes the area during monsoon season as it can be very dangerous.
A beautiful beach in Dungun, and one among many popular beach spots in Terengganu. This beach is a favourite among the locals and also tourists due to its beautiful beach and also easily accessible from the main road. Teluk Bidara Beach usually comes to life on the weekends where people started to crowd the beach especially whole families. Fun times by the beach usually includes playing with the clear waters, the warm sands and even some beach sports such as volleyball and beach soccer. The beach is also a perfect place to chill out or maybe taking a stroll during the evening, just before dusk. There are several stalls open by the people staying near the beach, selling some local delicacies such as keropok lekor, fried bananas and to wash all these wonderful snacks, get some cool, fresh coconut drinks. The Teluk Bidara Beach is only ten minutes away from the centre of Dungun.
This is one of the places that has the value for money. Just five minutes from the centre of Dungun, this hotel is very near to the facilities and restaurants. The rooms are all equipped with wired internet connection, and for those who are looking for a Wi-Fi connection, it is available in the public area. The hotel has four types of room, starting with the Standard Room that will cost RM 80 per night and to their biggest room, the Deluxe Family Suite which cost RM 120 a night. The rooms do not come with complimentary breakfast but fret not as there are a lot of restaurants to choose from and they are located very near to the hotel.