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Saturday 20 November 2021

KT Trip Day 4 Recap

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Kuala Terengganu Trip Day 4! 

We woke up incredibly early this morning and headed to the Nasi Dagang Atas Tol (NDAT) 3 outlet located at Jalan Hiliran, Kampung Tok Ku which was the nearest outlet to us. We read online that large crowds will form long queues, so we took the initiative to come as early as possible, in this case before 6:30am!

We are still not sure if there is such a thing as a 'better' Nasi Dagang, or just a case of different, but equally good.

The rest of the day was spent at my late Aunty's house, where we gave her kitchen and downstairs toilet a thorough washing and cleaning. We then headed to a laundromat nearby while having lunch at a cafe. We did not shoot any videos throughout the afternoon since we were quite knackered. Lunch and laundry sorted, we headed back to the hotel and had a long nap.

Late in the evening we made plans with my good old friend Vinodh to have dinner at one of the Ikan Celup Tepung (ICT, or fish dipped in flour) in the Seberang Takir area. Alas, we left our hotel at dusk, picked Vinodh up and by the time we reached Seberang Takir most ICT stalls had closed for the day.

Undeterred we drove up and down the coast from Seberang Takir to Tok Jmebal for an hour or so before calling it quits and headed back to Kuala Terengganu town. Vinodh then suggested we try his favourite late-night hangout that served an excellent version of the local Nasi Minyak (fragrant rice dish that can be directly translated to "Oily Rice") variant.

Tomorrow will be our fifth and final day, and we hope to have a productive time doing all the things that we intended to do. A market hunt is on the cards, so be sure to stay tuned!

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📍 Location:
Nasi Dagang Atas Tol 3 -

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