KELANTAN is a well-preserved time capsule, thanks to her people who, over the decades, manage to safeguard her age-old customs, traditions, and heritage. Much the pleasures of visitors, either coming from out of the State or overseas.
More than often regarded as the Cradle of Malay Culture, the state is the birthplace of some of the most iconic traditional Malay art forms like Mak Yong, Dikir Barat, and Wayang Kulit. And it is also the hub for Malaysian traditional crafts like batik, wau (traditional moon-kite), wood carving, songket weaving, silverware, and many more.
Enjoy the sight, sound and energy that can’t be found anywhere else in the country - from lovely beaches to charming kampung settings and from unique traditional arts and crafts to her out-of-the-world delicacies.
Kelantan is a place to let loose, and be lost in the unique way of life that overtime has been well preserved from the fast-changing modernity.
Located at the north-east of the Peninsula Malaysia, Kelantanis bordered by Thailand in the north, and three Malaysian States of Perak (in the west), Terengganu (south-east) and Pahang (south). Its stretch of beaches opens the vast South China Sea.
Kota Bharu is a bustling, colorful capital that is home to colorful and interesting attractions, from architectural wonders to markets and street arts.
Kelantan can be accessed by both air and land, with just a 45-minute flight from Subang Airport and KLIA, and about 8 hours drive from Kuala Lumpur.