Very small town and act as the entry point to Perhentian Island. There is Bus Terminal about 250m from the pier.
Quiet town, not hectic. You can get seafood at affordable prices and very nice. There are seafood products being sold here.
Prmotion to this area seems not available.
very cosy small town with plenty of seafood restaurants.friendly residents, just a few step between the bus terminal and the jetty to perhentian island.
Very calm and beautiful scenery by the beach.number of beautiful beaches and its a good place to be as a pitstop before heading to island.
Besut is a district in the Malaysian state of Terengganu. It is bordered by the state of Kelantan to the north and the South China Sea to the east.
It is the northern gateway to Terengganu. Kampung Raja is the district capital, though Jertih is more developed. Another major town is Kuala Besut. There are other small towns such as Jabi, Apal, and Kampung Raja. Besut is further subdivided into 15 mukims which are Keluang, Kuala Besut, Bukit Puteri, Pengkalan Nangka, Hulu Besut, Jabi, Kerandang, Pelagat, Lubuk Kawah, Pasir Akar, Tembila, Tenang, Kubang Bemban and Bukit Kenak. Besut people speak the Kelantanese Malay.