Kelantan is located at the eastern most region of Peninsular Malaysia. Known officially as
Kelantan Darul Naim, it is widely regarded as one of the most religious states in the country as it
is governed by the Islamic Party of Malaysia (PAS).
Known for its traditional and cultural attractions, it is also the border state to Thailand apart from Perlis and Kedah. It is home to the
oldest archaeological discoveries in the country with its economy widely contributed through the
agricultural sector of rice, tobacco, rubber as well as fishing. Despite being an Islamic based
state, other faiths are practiced freely where one can also visit the Wat Photivihan in Tumpat
with the longest statue of a sleeping Buddha in Southeast Asia.