With Sultan Ismail Petra Airport receiving flights, with the Wakaf Baru train station and with East-West Highway, Kelantan is easily accessible locally and other countries. It is also easy to get to Pulau Perhentian, one of the best island in Malaysia and visiting to Thailand is another advantage for Kelantanese.

It is best getting around Kelantan by bus service and trishaw to enjoy the beauty of Kelantan countryside.

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By Air


Sultan Ismail Petra Airport in Pengkalan Chepa is the airport serving Kelantan. The airport is about 20 minutes drive to the city. 

There are daily flights from Penang, Kuala Lumpur and Johore Bahru by AirAsia and MAS airlines. 
Travel Agency


There are many travel agency and tour agents in Kelantan to help you get around locally and abroad! With their connection, negotiation power, experts and multi-language skills, they will handle all unnecessary hassles and unexpected encounters in unfamiliar land. Check and compare rates for listed travel agency as well as their credibility.

Taxi Service


Taxi drivers have most alternative routes and updates on road conditions to avoid traffic jams. Taxi can be engaged at any taxi stand or through advance call booking. Taxi service is helpful to saves hassle on unfamiliar routes. Please book with credit taxi companies. As there are many private taxi owner, be alert with your safety especially boarding alone.

Car Rent

There are too many places to visit in in Kelantan , for travellers in group, it is recommended to rent a car to travel on a much organised trip. With so many car models and prices, check and find a comfortable rate for your trip from listed rental car suppliers here  
By Bus


Travel by bus to Kelantan is common with the good connectivity of highways to Thailand and other cities in Peninsular Malaysia.

Kelantan, Kota Bharu station is connected via the East-West Highway from Kuala Terengganu and Kuantan. Local bus is available twice daily at Gua Musang, Kelantan and Kuala Lipis, Pahang. Local buses also run from Pasir Puteh to Jertih and Kuala Besut.

Although Kelantan can cross over to Thailand...

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By Train


Wakaf Bharu Station and Sungai Golok Station are two main stations serving Kelantan along the the East Coast railway line, also known as the “Jungle Railway”. Connecting Kelantan and other states in Peninsular Malaysia, the first station is Tumpat in the north of Kelantan passes through Wakaf Baru (the nearest station to Kota Bharu), Kuala Krai and Gua Musang in the southern part of Kelantan before it enters Pahang.