By Aida Raihanah
Everyone have their own unforgettable moment, including me. I have many unforgettable moment. One of it is the moment I went to my grandparent’s house at Terengganu with my family a couple years ago. Terengganu is the place where nature embraces heritage. There are many wonders of Terengganu and many things to explore. Actually, my father did not plan to take us for a walk at there. But he did when my siblings persuade him to. Luckily, our persuasion was succeeding.
Before we depart to my grandparent’s house, we pack our stuff first as usual. I brought my hat and sunglasses along with me. My father always told us to minimize our stuff when we want to go to his hometown. He does not like so many bags in his car. However, I just brought along the unnecessary things as long as my bag has an empty space. The journey to go there took about six hours. On the journey, I saw plenty of palm oil trees, lake and greenery forests.
We arrived at our grandparent’s house in the evening. They greeted us with an open arm. After we had kept our stuff, my grandmother invite us to eat lompat tikam, che mek molek and kuih akok. My father really loves the kuih akok. I remembered that he always buy it in the fasting month. Then we take a walk along Batu Buruk beach at Kuala Terengganu. The beach has white sands and swaying casuarinas living behind the shore, like a loyal friend to the waves. I played kite with my siblings, riding a horse and soak my legs in the water at the seaside.
The next morning I went to Terengganu State Museum complex. The museum was acclaimed to be the largest museum in South East Asia. There are many century-old artefacts and artworks representing the state’s rich cultural and heritage. It houses the original Inscripted Stone of Terengganu, with religious decree inscription, which proves the acceptance of Islamic teachings in the state well before the rest of the peninsular. It took hours to round all the...
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