Packages in Bachok
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Bachok Vacation Packages
Bachok Vacation Packages
Bachok can be found approximately 200 miles north of Kuala Lumpur, the nation's capital.
Spend some time relaxing and taking in the scenery at one of the great stretches of coastline in this area. Kelantan Beach, 9 miles to the southeast, and Perhentian Beach, 25 miles to the east, are two great picks nearby.
Watch the Kelantan FA take on their rivals at Sultan Mohammad IV Stadium. Located in Kota Bharu, it's 14 miles northwest of Bachok. If you're fortunate enough to make it to a Kelantan FA game while you're in the area, you'll be mesmerized by the team's skills.
If you want to explore more of the region, travel 11 miles to Kota Bharu. While you are here, you can check out the State Museum and Cahaya Bulan Beach.
Have a craving for divine cuisine, fun and friends? Don't miss the opportunity to take your senses on a tour of this region's bars and cafés.
Embark on a gastronomic adventure. Fish and beef are ingredients that are showcased in many menus.
Ikan bakar (grilled seafood) and mee celup (noodles soup) are common meal choices for tourists and local diners alike.
Order cendol (coconut milk with jelly noodles) for a taste sensation unique to this area.
If you like to relax with a good brew, try a glass of Tiger. It's one of the popular drinks in Kelantan.
Follow any meal with teh see (hong kong-style milk tea), an alcohol-free beverage that's popular with locals and visitors alike.
Endear yourself to the locals in Kelantan by attempting to speak a bit of some Malaysian. "Di mana tandas?" is Malaysian for "Where's the toilet?" "Asal dari mana?" is also worthwhile knowing. It means "Where are you from?"
If you'll be in the area on the 31st of August, don't forget that this day is a significant day of national celebration. It's called Independence Day.
As the saying goes, all great things eventually come to an end. When your vacation draws to a close in Bachok, say "Sampai jumpa lagi", spend the last of your ringgit, and treasure the good times you've had.
When you're ready to depart, it's good to remember that the nearest airport is 14 miles to the northwest.