Built in 1912 for the Mercantile Bank of India, the Bank Kerapu building is a gem of colonial-era architecture. It was the first stone...
Muzium Islam occupies an old villa once known as Serambi Mekah (Verandah to Mecca) – a reference to its days as Kelantan’s first school...
Appropriate dress required for entry.
Bike Station Cafe
Look forward to elevated river views, a huge menu of hot and cold drinks, a tasty array of local snacks (from RM3), and your best chance...
For our favourite breakfast, get here before 9am when the excellent nasi kerabu (blue rice with coconut, fish and spices) usually sells...
Padang Merdeka information
Padang Merdeka (Independence Sq) is a strip of grass that was established as a memorial following WWI. It is best known as the place where the British exhibited the body of Tok Janggut (Father Beard), a respected elder who was killed at Pasir Puteh in 1915 after leading a 2000-strong uprising against British colonial land taxes.