Registered: 2018-03-04 Last signed in: 2019-05-22
This shop has few varieties of stalls that sells handmade noodle, fried noodle, nasi lemak, yong tau foo with noodle, dim sum and steamed buns. I would recommend the yong tau foo as the soup is made of fish. The taste of the fish soup is very good and comforting. Handmade pan mee is also another popular stall in this shop.
This beauty spa treatment saloon offers different types of facial, body massage, foot paraffin, face threading and eye treatment. A good place to relax for those who like luxury lifestyle. The foot paraffin with shoulder and head massage costs RM56 while facial treatment ranges from RM99 to RM165. They also sell their own skincare and aromatherapy products. Each treatment comes with free fish spa, aromatherapy and foot wash. Customer service is above average.
This saloon has been in Kuantan for many years, most of the customers are regular from Kuantan and Terengganu. Its hair scalp treatment which include detox, mask and tonic costs RM150 nett. They use Korean hair products for the treatment. If cut fringe, it costs RM8. I would recommend to go for wash and blow as you get to relax as the head and shoulder massage are very good. If having a hair cut and wash for female, it costs RM25.
This cafe serves coffee, tea and pastries. For those who prefer non caffeine drinks, the hot vanilla and chocolate drinks are another good recommendation. A big mug of hot vanilla costs RM12.90 and it is not too sweet for my taste bud. Customer service is excellent too.
This stall locates inside the restaurant. The rice, soup and meat portion given are very generous. Would recommend this place for big eaters. The roast meats are very fresh, delicious and not salty. The soup is boiled with chicken bone and vegetable. The rice is fluffy and smells good. Parking is difficult on working days.
This beach is clean and a lot of fast food chain restaurants, stalls and restaurants around. It also has public toilets too. A good way to relax in a budget way for budget tourists at this beach. There is a big parking lot for people to park the car and it costs RM2 per entry. A five stars hotel, budget hotels and homestays can be found nearby to fit the needs of tourists.
This dessert shop sells delicious red bean soup and steamed radish cake. It is air conditioner and clean environment. The Chinese dessert soups are not sweet for those who prefer less sweet would love it. They also sell noodle, nasi lemak and chee cheong fan with large portion. Service is good too.
This food court has all the favourite Penang hawker food. It is like a one-stop centre where you can get all your favourite Penang food. I would recommend the roast pork and it costs RM16 per plate and they only roast it for you once you order, meaning it is fresh from the oven. The food court is beside the sea and you get to stroll along the walkway after eating while enjoying the sea breeze.
This bazar Ramadan is the biggest at Kuala Terengganu. Many people from different walks of life will come here to buy dishes for dinner during Ramadan month. Every year without fail, most local famous Malay restaurants will open their stall here. It is encouraged to go early to grab delicious dishes and easier to park the car.
This stall has been around for the past 42 years since year 1977 in Penang. It is located in a carpark opposite a fire station. As it is a stall, the owner just set up tables and chairs in open air setting and thus the customers have to eat in hot weather. However the hand made tang yuan dessert is delicious and the smallest bowl costs RM4.50.