The Floating Mosque or Tengku Tengah Zaharah is truly a wonderful sight to behold and the first real floating mosque in Malaysia. It is situated in Kuala Ibai Lagoon near the estuary of Kuala Ibai River, 4 Km from Kuala Terengganu Town.
Dikenali sebagai Masjid terapung kerana kedudukannya di lagun Kuala Ibai seolah-olah terapung
Also known as Masjid Terapung (Floating Mosque), Masjid Tengku Tengah Zaharah is a must-visit. You can spend time at Lagun Kuala Ibai too just behind the mosque
Masjid Tengku Tengah Zaharah atau Masjid Terapung telah dinamakan sempena nama bonda Al-Marhum Sultan Terengganu Sultan Mahmud Al-Muktafi Billah Shah iaitu Tuanku Intan Zaharah binti Almarhum Tengku Seri Setia Raja. Masjid ini terletak 7km dari Homestay Kuala Terengganu. Masjid ini mempunyai…
dikenali juga sebagai Masjid Terapung. Bahagian belakang masjid adalah muara Sungai Ibai yang mempunyai taman permainan kanak-kanak selain gerai-gerai jualan penduduk tempatan yang dibuka pada hari Jumaat & Sabtu.
“Acclaimed as the largest museum in Malaysia and one of the largest museum in South East Asia, the Terengganu State Museum houses century old artifacts and artworks of rich and colorful heritage.”
“One of Terengganu's newer attractions is the Islamic Civilization Park (Taman Tamadun Islam) featuring scaled-down replicas of 22 famous monuments from the Islamic world. It was opened in 2008 on an island in the Terengganu River just 1.2km from the Terengganu State Museum on the outskirts of Kuala Terengganu city. The park claims to provide 'edutainment' and visitors can learn about the spread of Islamic civilization by marvelling at the detailed replicas of 22 famous mosques and tombs from around the world. The 22 Islamic architectural wonders recreated in the park are: - National Mosque, Malaysia - Kudus Al Minar, Indonesia - Pattani Mosque, Thailand - Sultan Omar Ali Saifuddin Mosque, Brunei - Taj Mahal, India - Badshahi Mosque, Pakistan - Dome of the Rock, Jerusalem - Grand Mosque of Samara, Iraq - Lutfallah Mosque, Iran - Mausoleum of Abu Nasr Parsa, Afghanistan - The Sacred Mosque, Saudi Arabia - Aleppo Citadel, Syria - Mohammad Ali Mosque, Egypt - The Prophet's Mosque, Saudi Arabia - Suleyman Mosque, Turkey - Al Hambra Citadel, Spain - Kalyan Minaret, Uzbekistan - Agadez Grand Mosque, Niger - Kul Sharif Mosque, Russia - Minaret of Xian, China - Sultan Mosque, Singapore - Great Mosque of Qairawan, Tunisia The park also contains a water wheel and a 3D cinema screening a virtual hajj. ”
Point of Interest
“Enjoy the view here especially during the night. Restaurants and children playground also can be found here”
“Well known, Noor Arfa Craft Complex (NACC) is the must stop destination to visit when visiting Malaysia. Located in Terengganu, they have everything a craft complex should have and much more. The first thing people think of when they hear Noor Arfa is batik. Well most people might known NACC as the Biggest Batik Pavilion In Malaysia. What wonders lay ahead of the unknown Noor Arfa Craft Complex, we shall soon find out. When first walking into Noor Arfa Craft Complex, you’ll be greeted by their friendly staff. Overwhelmed you wouldn’t know where to go to first thankfully the staff will the guide you and recommend you to go to is the demonstration area. There you’ll witness the demonstration of making batik. A guide will be there to explain to you the process of making batik. There won’t be just one demonstration of batik and crafts but four different types of demonstrations. The first demonstration will be the stamped batik or batik block. Next, the hand drawn batik, you’ll witness face to face the process and work put into the batik and crafts there. After that is the weaving, the Terengganu songket’s weaving using it’s own traditional style and last but not least is the one and only glass sculpting demonstration in Terengganu. Don’t forget to try out those demonstration and many other activities here!”
“Islamic Civilisation Park is known as Taman Tamandun Islam by the locals. The RM250 Million theme park was opened in February 2008 and houses, besides the Crystal Mosque, scaled replicas of several Islamic monuments across Malaysia and around the world, for example, India’s Taj Mahal, Jerusalem’s Dome of the Rock and so on. Crystal Mosque is built with steel, glass and crystal, hence the name. This grand building sits over Terengganu River and welcomes over 1500 worshipers at a time. The view during the day is beautiful with the sun shining over its glass faceted exterior, giving the sparkling effect.”