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Check-in: 14:00 - 22:00
Check-out: 07:00 - 12:00
Paka is situated about 100 kilometres to the south of Kuala Terengganu. It is a coastal town in Terengganu facing the South China Sea and is a home for the largest power station in Malaysia run by the national power company, Tenaga Nasional. Besides that, it is a busy town known for oil and gas activity serving the energy sector near Kerteh. At the end of the year 2013, Paka is listed as the third place in Malaysia with the highest living cost. Qisya Bella Homestay is an accommodation offered to local and international travellers. It is a homestay equipped with bedrooms, bathrooms and other facilities and services. As for dining options, there are many restaurants serving local and Chinese food and there are many attractions that can be visited around Paka for recreational activities.
How To Get To Qisya Bella Homestay
If you love to drive, it takes around 3 hours and 40 minutes to reach Qisya Bella Homestay by using North-South highway and exit at E8 where it leads to Jalan Kemaman - Dungun in Kampung Cacar, Paka. Besides that, there are also flights to Sultan Mahmud Airport at Kuala Terengganu town. Once you reach the airport, you can take a taxi or rent a car to Qisya Bella Homestay by using Kuala Berang road.
Different Types of Room in Qisya Bella Homestay
This house is comprised of bedrooms and bathrooms. It can accommodate a maximum of 9 adults and is equipped with house essentials and amenities. For instance, there are a refrigerator, ironing facilities, fan, washing machine and wardrobe. Besides that, seating area and dining area are also provided. There is also a television with Astro channels and kitchen area to prepare food.
Restaurant and café in Qisya Bella Homestay
As for dining options, there are Maimun Taib and Nabila Khan restaurants serving local Malaysian food. These places offer a widespread of side dishes choices like seafood and chicken cooked in many styles such as curry, sweet and sour and many more. Besides that, raw and cooked vegetables are also served and all side dishes are usually eaten with white rice. Other than Malay restaurants, there are also Chinese restaurants like Ko Hyang and Mek Har. If you want to experience an authentic Chinese dining experience, these restaurants are great choices for you.
Activities and facilities in Qisya Bella Homestay
For recreational activities, guests can exercise at nearby garden and playground as well as a tour around Paka and visit various attractions. Besides that, Qisya Bella Homestay is conveniently located nearby facilities such as convenience store and ATM machine centre. Besides that, this accommodation also offers free parking and complimentary WiFi access. On top of that, there is also a kitchen area with a stove, microwave, refrigerator and toaster.
Interesting Places Near Qisya Bella Homestay
Paka Beach - Located around 16 kilometres north of Kerteh, Paka beach is a place comprised of a fishing village with wooden kampong houses, jetty and fishing boats. It is also situated nearby Paka and Kerteh industrial areas and provides amazing views of sunrise and sunset. Besides that, there are also food stalls selling snacks and street foods as well as various beverages.
Tenggol Island - Tenggol Island is a beautiful island and one of the groups of islands within the southern regions of the Terengganu Marine Park which includes Nyireh Island, Tokong Timur, Tokong Burung and Tokong Talang/Tokong Kemudi and Tokong Laut. The small island of Pulau Tenggol is a forgotten gem with an amazing spread of beaches that attract divers and snorkels. During monsoon season, between October and February, Tenggol Island is closed to visitors and most of the workers at the island move temporarily to the mainland to escape the weather conditions during these months.
Rantau Abang - Rantau Abang is a small village located around 80 kilometres south of Kuala Terengganu. Besides its beautiful sandy beach, it is also a place to watch the giant leatherback turtle to lay eggs between May and August. The biggest reasons for the declining number of turtles over the years is because poachers have been taking the turtle eggs and sell them in local villages, as turtle eggs are a local delicacy. In addition, sea pollution and fishing practices made the declining even worse. The Turtle and Marine Ecosystem Centre has been established in Rantau Abang to serve as a sanctuary and a conservation centre for nurturing the remaining turtles. Besides conservation, the beach also offers many beach activities such as beach volleyball, picnic, kite flying and camping and offers accommodation for visitors who want to spend a night or two.