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Best things to do in Kota Bharu

Discover the city according to locals. Find the best things to do, places to eat, and get priceless advice from the people who live here.

Point of Interest
“Batik products, traditional clothes, local fruits , food and souvenirs available at good price.. Its a unique market since majority of the sellers are ladies. ”
11 locals recommend
Restaurant
“Breakfast shop where you can find every type of “nasi” aka Malay rice and Malay style dessert aka “kuih muih”.”
11 locals recommend
Flea Market
“The night market or pasar malam as it is locally known is open seven days a week and comes alive at night.”
5 locals recommend
Arts & Crafts Store
“Tesco Kota Bharu sells full range of groceries as well as thousands of products from Tesco homebrand. Surrounding of it has plenty of shops and self-service laundry. ”
1 local recommends
Premise
1 local recommends
Restaurant
“This place is popular among local for their healthy food... they served rice with variety of fresh vegetable together with Kelantanese style anchovy sauce (budu)”
6 locals recommend
Shopping Mall
“The second most popular mall after KB mall. Plenty of undercover and open car parking space. Abundant shops selling local and branded goods ,cafeteria, fast food, and supermarket. There is also a praying room for muslim. ”
1 local recommends
Shopping Mall
1 local recommends
Premise
2 locals recommend
Point of Interest
2 locals recommend
Winery
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“A pint of cold beer after walking under the hot sun to quench your thirst. The bar served food as well”
3 locals recommend
Point of Interest
“The famous Nami Island alike beach in Kelantan, with rows of pine tree and white sandy beach. Dont forget to walk to the lighthouse and snap some nice shots!”
2 locals recommend
Establishment
“just watching the local people going abt in their morning activites in this centre market is good enough to know alt about thier culture and traditions”
3 locals recommend
Premise
“This museum is styled as a traditional Malay kampung house, within it are crafts of the Malay culture. There are some shops offering batik making classes.”
1 local recommends
Shopping Mall
2 locals recommend