After the mosque of Tokku Paloh which is named after a famous 19th century saintly personality we went to his tomb and met up with two friends. They wanted to take us to some spots of historical significance. Before that we wanted to have a quick look of the city of Kuala Terengganu.
So we just followed as they lead us with a 4x4 car...
That's when I realised this city got a new road.
Sited along (and actually above) the Terengganu river it bypassed the rows of shophouses known as Kuala Terengganu's Chinatown...
Soon we could see the small hill known as Bukit Puteri (centre right).
At this juncture we were closing in on the famous traditional bazaar and market known as Pasar Payang.
Entering the city centre, the old town that is...
Turning left into a main street which runs down south.
Although I still could recognise the streets I don't think I could adequately explain its location and such.
Thus let these pictures be presented without further comments ya. For the record this is the 818th article in this blogspot.