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Trengganu

, Terengganu
a state of E Peninsular Malaysia, on the South China Sea: under Thai suzerainty until becoming a British protectorate in 1909; joined the Federation of Malaya in 1948; an isolated forested region; mainly agricultural. Capital: Kuala Trengganu. Pop.: 898 825 (2000). Area: 13 020 sq. km (5027 sq. miles)
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The Endau, Pahang, Trengganu and Kelantan Rivers of Peninsular Malaysia joined Thailand's Chao Phraya River to form the Siam River System.
Of KeADILan's three partners - Parti Rakyat Malaysia (PRM, the Malaysian People's Party), Parti Islam se-Malaysia (PAS) and Democratic Action Party (DAP) - PAS and DAP were the least comfortable bedfellows, the departure of Chinese-supported DAP being triggered by the jubilation in sections of PAS over America's '9/11' (2001), indeed a declaration of jihad by PAS against the United States, and the passing of an Act for shariah criminal law (the hudud punishments) in Trengganu State (2002), complementing the earlier legislation in Kelantan (1993).
Hokkien are the largest dialect group in Penang, Kedah, Trengganu, Klang, Kelantan and western Johor.
Continue along Trengganu Street past the kite shops (5) to the corner of Smith Street and the new Chinatown Complex (6), where open market food stalls and street vendors were relocated in 1985.
Apart from the sightings (Meijaard's alternative 3), which are notoriously difficult to assess, there are certainly hints, although difficult to verify, of tigers having come to Borneo (close to Meijaard's alternative 4) in the form of presents between courts as when around 1800 the "Sultan of Trengganu, .
These programs are organised according to specific zones whereby zone 1 covers the states of Perlis, Kedah and Penang, zone 2 for Perak, Selangor and Wilayah Persekutuan; zone 3 for Johore, Malacca and Negeri Sembilan; zone 4 for Kelantan, Trengganu and Pahang, and zone 5 and 6 for Sabah dan Sarawak respectively (Abdullah, 1997).
LPG is supplied from Petronas' factory in the state of Malaka or Trengganu.
In the first elections after Independence, held in 1959, PMIP won control of two east-coast States, Kelantan and Trengganu.
In Chinatown, the multistory Kreta Ayer complex, on Trengganu Street a block northeast of Smith Street, includes food stalls as well as a market where fresh rambutans, mangosteens, unusual greens, and live chickens are sold.
1 1963-65 Raja of Perlis 2 1965-70 Sultan of Trengganu 3 1970-75 Sultan of Kedah 4 1975-79 Sultan of Kelantan 5 1979-84 Sultan of Pahang 6 1984-89 Sultan of Johor.
The LPG will likely be supplied from Petronas' factory in the State of Malaka or Trengganu or even from Singapore.
Neo Yee Pan also reported that by that time all states in peninsular Malaysia, apart from Pahang and Trengganu, had restructured their local authorities.