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 Screen Location : Jalan Raja Perempuan Zainab 2, Kubang Kerian, Kota Bahru, Kelantan (Nearby Bank Rakyat)


Screening Hour : 18 hours from 6.30am to 12.30am

Daily Exposures : Minimum 135
Monthly Exposures : Minimum 4,050

Content Cycle : Estimation 8 min / loop


​Size : 13'(H) x  17'(W)

Pixel : 1024 x 768

File Format : AVI, MP4, WMV

GPS Coordinate : 6°05'53.0"N 102°16'45.2"E



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​Kota Bahru is the capital city of Kelantan, Malaysia and its name literally means “new city” or “new fort” in Malay. This city serves as the main gateway to visitors who are on their way to the tropical, beautiful island of Perhentian. Kota Bahru is also home to unique architectural royal palaces and museums.​


The LED screen is located at the busy traffic junction Jalan Bayam and Jalan Dusun Muda. The screen location is mainly targeting on the motorcyclist and drivers. The screen is located at a high traffic area, thus enabling more passerby to gain higher chance to spot the LED screen. 


​The LED screen is situated in Kota Bharu. Drivers and passengers who comes from Jalan Raja Perempuan Zainab II are able to spot the LED screen. Also, passersby from the other side of the road are able to view the LED screen as well. There are some choices of eatieries and office buildings nearby the LED screen such as One Stop Kopitiam, BSN and Bank Rakyat.​ 

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Kelantan is located in the north-eastern corner of the peninsula. Kelantan, which is said to translate as the "Land of Lightning" (see alternate theories below), is an agrarian state with green paddy fields, rustic fishing villages and casuarina-lined beaches. Kelantan is home to some of the most ancient archaeological discoveries in Malaysia, including several prehistoric aboriginal settlements. Kelantan is positioned in the north-east of Peninsular Malaysia. It is bordered by Narathiwat Province of Thailand to the north, Terengganu to the south-east, Perak to the west and Pahang to the south. To the north-east of Kelantan is the South China Sea.

Kelantan has a chiefly agrarian economy dominated by rice, rubber and tobacco. Fishing along its 96-kilometre coastline is also an important economic activity. Cottage industries which employ traditional skills in handicraft production such as batik, woodcarving and songket weaving are also evident. Logging activities are active given the vast remaining area of forest. In recent years, tourism, especially to offshore islands, has increased in importance. A few reputable hotels have been established and more modern shopping malls have been opened to cater for urban folks. Kota Bharu, the capital, is the major urban centre, and there are also plans to open up the southern portion of the state under an ambitious multimillion-dollar development project. The main market at the city centre is a top attraction.

Kelantan is known as the cradle of Malay culture based on the diverse cultural activities practised by Kelantanese. Among the popular cultural practices are Dikir Barat, Wayang Kulit Kelantan, Wayang Kulit Melayu, Mak Yong, Menora, Main Puteri, Wau Bulan (kite-flying), Gasing (top-spinning), Silat, Tomoi, bird-singing competition and handicrafts. The unique Kelantan culture, Mak Yong is recognized by UNESCO. This ancient theatre form created by Malaysia's Malay communities combines acting, vocal and instrumental music, gestures and elaborate costumes. Specific to the villages of Kelantan in northwest Malaysia, where the tradition originated, Mak Yong is performed mainly as entertainment or for ritual purposes related to healing practices.


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