Approximately 140km north of Kuala Terengganu and a few kilometres
from Besut, lies Bukit Keluang. The view in this area is one of the
most breathtaking and magnificent in Malaysia. It is also an ideal
site for swimming, snorkelling and wind surfing.
It doesn? matter whether you like to explore caves or not, for
Bukit Keluang offers you more than that. For starters, the view
in this area promises to take your breath away.
Best of all, the caves at Bukit Keluang is not too difficult for
novices who are seeking casual exploration. There are easy walkways
to help you along so all you need is a flashlight, good shoes and
an adventurous spirit. Of course, exploring without a guide is not
Its distinctive features are caves, which are easily reached by
walkways. Try to conjure up an image of a very peaceful village
with beautiful wooden houses, innocent looking children playing
games such as hopscotch or marbles, cows grazing in the field, swaying
coconut trees, fresh cool breeze and a spectacular curve of white,
sandy beach. This description describes Merang to a tee.