What can Malaysians see, do and eat in Kelantan and Terengganu?


Sitting on a trishaw decorated by dozens of plastic roses in the most shocking of colours, I found myself being “interrogated” by the elderly paddler. We were riding past Bulatan Tuan Padang – the big roundabout that also serves as a focal point in Kota Baru, Kelantan – when Pak Man began with his questioning.

With his warm and friendly personality, Pak Man was a natural at prying the most intimate details from his unsuspecting passengers.

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