Kelantan is located on the Northeastern corner of Peninsular Malaysia and shares a common border with Thailand in the north. The state is a veritable treasure trove of delights – rustic fishing villages, palm-fringed beaches, lush rice fields and traditional pastimes such as kite-flying and top-spinning. Kelantan is a unique travel destination because of its splendid beaches, rich cultural heritage, ornate handicrafts and wood carvings. The people here have managed to preserve their age-old customs and traditions. Therefore Kelantan is aptly dubbed the ‘Cradle of Malay Culture.'
For more details on places of interest, please visit http://www.tic.kelantan.gov.my/.