Longer road trip? ok! a 3d2n trip just for you!

Yes, we got you covered! Let’s go for a longer road trip!

Day 1

Take a drive to Gua Musang which is located in the southern part of Kelantan. Stop by at Gua Musang Cave for some adventurous hiking and cave experience if you have the time to spare.

Protip: The view up from the cave is breathtaking. You will be able to see the Galas River and some parts of Pulai village. Not to mention, the old Gua Musang railway station is particularly iconic. You will get the #ootd photo session with the limestone hills surrounding you.

Next on the list is Terengganu! This will be about a 3-hour drive from Gua Musang.

You will need to spend a night in the Kuala Terengganu town area. Trust us, you will need to call it a day after almost 7 hours of driving. 😎 

Day 2

Let’s continue our journey, but first…. Nasi Dagang dulu at Kak Pah Nasi Dagang! The taste of the authentic nasi dagang and the price point is super affordable! RM5-10 per person. 

After a good makan-makan, we can head on to Kota Bharu.

Kota Bharu is situated in the northeastern part of Peninsular Malaysia and lies near the mouth of the Kelantan River. 

Here, you can savour the famous Nasi Kerabu for lunch at Nasi Kerabu Panji which is only 18 mins away from Kota Bharu Town!

After your breakfast, you can walk along Pantai Cahaya Bulan, which is one of the major beaches in the Kota Bharu area.

Alternatively, Kelantan is just alongside the sea, so there will be a lot of smaller beaches if you like quieter areas. 

After lunch, let’s head to Gerik, a small township located at the border between Southern Thailand and Perak.

Gerik highway is also known as one of the best routes in Malaysia that gives you the feels of Mount Haruna in Initial D movie! 

Day 3

Last but not least, your last destination is Kuala Kangsar!

The drive is about 1 hour 25 minutes from Gerik. One of the recommendations that we would love to give is to pistol and eat all the way over to Kuala Kangsar!

There is Laksa Sarang Burung, a laksa topped with a birdnest looking fried egg.

A quick 15 minutes drive to Victoria Bridge, one of the oldest railway bridge in Malaysia for that Instagram check-in.

Protip: There is a cafe next to this location that sells freshly baked pastries and Milo Kepal. Must-try, ok!

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