Terengganu’s strategic location facing the South China Sea made it an important trade center in ancient times. Terengganu is a sultanate and constitutive state of federal Malaysia. The states is also known by its Arabic honorific, Darul Iman (“abode of faith”). The coastal city of Kuala Terengganu, at the mouth of the broad Terengganu River, is both the state royal capital and is the largest city in Terengganu.
Kemaman is a district in Terengganu, Malaysia. It is situated on the coast of the South China Sea. Kemaman district is bordered by Dungun to the north and the state of Pahang to the south. Kemaman is administered by the Kemaman Municipal Council. The town of Chukai is Kemaman's administrative and economic centre.
Kemaman's economy is primarily based on the petroleum and oil industry. The discovery of oil in offshore Terengganu in 1980s has attracted immigration to Kemaman from rural areas as well as other parts of the country. Kemaman is home to the deepest seaport in Malaysia.
There were also a new developed zoo in Kemaman which offers many variety of wildlife for the tourists and locals. It was also the first zoo in east coast region of Peninsular Malaysia.
There is a sport stadium in Kemaman. The public sport stadium is located in the Mak Chili area and can be used with permission from the local council (Majlis Daerah Kemaman). For those whose love to kayaking, there are spots which rent a kayak on hourly basis in Bakau Tinggi. For windsurfer or kite surfer, you can make use of all Kemaman public beaches (Teluk Kalung, Pantai Penunjuk, Geliga and others) which was also provide place for beach soccer.
Nasi Dagang is glutinous rice, white or pinkish, cooked in coconut milk and served with fish curry, cucumber, pickle and coconut sambal. More recent accompanying items include chicken and seafood cooked in curry.Various confectionery type and traditional food is here. With side dish way cake, bepang, saggong, anthill flour, layer cake, akok, muffin, and ketupat palas.
The average cost of living for a student living on campus is RM3,500.00 per year and this amount includes the cost of food, accommodation and personal expenditure. For an off- campus students, the cost of living ranges between RM6,000.00 to RM7,000.00 per year. The cost of accommodation and transportation constitute a substantial portion of the off-campus expenses.
|Malaysia is 8 hours ahead of Greenwich Mean Time (GMT)|
|The Ringgit Malaysia (RM) is the official currently. The exchange rate is approximately RM3.80 to US$1.00.|
|All electrical items operate on a 240-volt 50 cycle power supply.|