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Friday, June 03, 2005

East Coast Escapade (Part 3: Kuala Terengganu)

In this final installment, we hightlight some of the things we did in Kuala Terengganu. We didn't do much here becuase our trip to Chagar Hutang (Pulau Redang) split our stay here (14-15 & 22-23 May 2005).

At the mouth of the Terengganu River is Pulau Duyong where boats are built, some using traditional methods and material. We learned that there's a special technique of bending planks made of hard wood using heat to fit the frame of the boats.


[Little kid: This kid appeared lost at the shipyard... hope it found its mommy]


[Boat over troubled waters: A boat heading in the direction of the South China Seas]


[Traditional boat-making: Boats like these take about 2-3 months to complete and can cost between RM70,000 and RM100,000]

More photos of our East Coast Escapade:

1 comment:

Janice said...

Hi you two!
Finally got the chance to see your blog. the Seashell turtle is very interesting...really looks like a seashell...wonder if anyone has pick a dead tutle seashell and thought they actually got a large seashell instead?