唐 人 坡
Teng Lang Po
Kampung Cina or fondly known as Little Chinatown by tourists is not only limited to beautiful architectures. It also has a number of attractions, like the Low Tiey Well, which was before this the water source of Kuala Terengganu citizens. As Kg. Cina is the primary Chinese settlement in the city, one cannot miss the presence of Ho Ann Kiong, the beautiful Chinese temple that was, unfortunately razed by fire. Restorations are being done as of now.
I love this place because of the wonderful architectures and the serenity [you won’t have that serenity in the evening rush, that’s for sure]. Kampung Cina is still an area of profound and visible Chinese heritage, and many of the shops are still being run by the descendents of the original owners. One important thing is this place is still and always been the living quarter of the Chinese, who are of mainly of Hokkien or Hakka ancestries.