Date Links: Sun 05/06
Accommodation: Grand Riverview Hotel
The taxi stand is on the southern side of the central bus station. Avoid the unlicensed cab drivers who will pester you here and elsewhere around town, and take an official taxi as these are cheaper and safer. If you’re heading for Kuala Besut, en route to the Perhentians, the tourist office recommends calling Adi 013-985 8603, a reliable, English-speaking taxi driver.
Taxi costs per car include Butterworth RM200, KL RM250, Kuala Besut RM35 and Kuala Terengganu RM90.
Those who plan to catch an early morning train should arrange for the taxi to Wakaf Baharu the night before they plan to leave, as it’s extremely difficult to find a taxi on the street in the early morning.
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