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Kota Bharu : que faire

Les meilleures recommandations des habitants

Des sites touristiques aux trésors cachés, découvrez ce qui fait la particularité de cette ville avec l'aide des habitants qui la connaissent le mieux.
Clothing Store
“Visiting this three-storey shopping complex is a must for those who love shopping and handicrafts. Here, visitors can purchase handicrafts such as handmade shoes, replica musical instruments, colourful kites (wau), bags, pewter, accessories and many other types of goods - of course not forgetting the ever famous batik and songket. Prices are reasonable and is one of the reasons that make this bazaar very popular among the locals as well as foreign travelers.”
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Premise
“This museum is styled as a traditional Malay kampung house, within it are crafts of the Malay culture. There are some shops offering batik making classes.”
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Restaurant
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Natural Feature
“Great place to bring your family to relax with clean beach and water. It's a great place to enjoy the view of sunset and sunrise ”
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Restaurant de fruits de mer
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“Original Thai food with 3 branches at wakaf che yeh.Just walk to the placed from the homestay”
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Point of Interest
“Located in the heart of Kota Bharu City Center, not more than 200m from Gelanggang Seni (Cultural Center) and Kelantan State Public Library, about 1.5km from Villa Yusmah. The architectural design is based on Islamic concept and local traditional arts. The design of the building consists of domes (which are normally found on mosques), and its main entrance archway was based on Madinah mosque. Most traders in Bazaar Tok Guru focus on fabric products, such as tudung bawal asli, kain sembahyang, kain batik, kain ela, kain sarung, kain pelikat, etc. There are also a number of sundry shops selling snacks or drinks for the kids while shopping. On the top floor, there is a food court. Lately, the state government has taken initiative to place Kota Bharu Art Market on the second floor of Bazaar Tok Guru. Bazaar Tok Guru is considered a shopping heaven for ladies shopping for fabrics.”
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Restaurant
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Point of Interest
“Gelanggang Seni is the town's cultural center and where you should head for this region's dose of Malay tradition. Admission is free and you'll be able to see top spinning, silat martial arts demonstration and kite making. You will even be able to join in the chicken-feather-ball game which is fun for all ages.”
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Restaurant
“It serves the tradisional delicacy of Kelantan i.e. ayam percik, solok lada, nasi kerabu biru, etc.”
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Museum
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Restaurant
“Delicious and tasty food. Highly recommended Lunch & Dinner #Local food #Thai Food #Western Food ”
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Malay Restaurant
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“Famous and delicious Nasi kukus (steamed rice) with more than 30 local dishes to choose from”
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Cafe
“It is a budget eatery where customer sits on a long stool facing each other. It serves nasi berlauk prepared by different local seller like nasi berlauk air dingin etc.”
  • Recommandé par 3 habitants
Studio de design
“Batik is a technique of wax-resist dyeing applied to whole cloth, or cloth made using this technique. You can experience drawing your own batik here.”
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Museum
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