Screen Location : Menara Permint, Jalan Sultan Ismail, Kuala Terengganu, Terengganu (Majlis Bandaraya Kuala Terengganu)

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 : 20'(W) x  14'(H)

Pixel : 1024 x 768

File Format : AVI, MP4, WMV

GPS Coordinate : 5°19'48.5"N 103°08'09.8"E

Kuala Terengganu is the capital city of Terengganu. It is also the administrative center and business center of Terengganu. It is a food paradise for outsiders as there are plenty of food choices can be easily spotted along Jalan Sultan Ismail. The LED screen is located in a strategic location to catch the attention of car drivers, motorcyclists and pedestrians as they pass by the area.

In fact, LED screen advertising is created to display video content opportunities. Besides, the specific contents are able to be shown and presented at specific areas to acquire more customers. Furthermore, LED advertising screen is an ideal marketing strategy since it is effective in term of conveying unique information to the targeted audience.

Most of the businesses favor LED screen advertising to promote the brand or message due to the unique features such as bright, colorful, and highly visible under any weather. These features enables the firms to expand its customer base as well as achieving higher profitability.

Terengganu used to be Malaysia's poorest state until oil and gas were discovered off its coastline not too long ago. Terengganu's main industry now is petroleum and gas. There are huge petrochemical complexes near Paka and Kerteh, involving many joint ventures between the Malaysian national oil company, Petronas, and foreign multinationals. Tourism and fishing are also major industries in Terengganu, a state with a long coastline. Agriculture also remains important, with banana, rambutan, durian, watermelon, and various other fruits and vegetables available in season. Terengganu was traditionally famous for boat-building, with highly decorated carved wooden boats called bangau to be found in the harbour of every village and town in days not so long gone by, before electric motorboats became standard equipment for the state's fishermen.

Terengganu, along with Kelantan, is known as the cradle of the Malay civilization in Peninsular Malaysia. There are various traditional dances in the state such as the Ulek Mayang, Rodat, Saba, Balai, and Nur Sakti; some even predate the arrival of Islam in the region. Terengganu is also one of few states to adopt the gamelan as part of their traditional theatre (after Riau and Pahang); the Terengganu gamelan has developed a distinct identity from Sundanese and Javanese gamelan. The gamelan was originally brought to Pahang and later to Terengganu, and was played only during royal occasions. Today the gamelan is part of the state's cultural heritage.

The major tourist attractions in the state include: Kuala Terengganu, the capital; Islamic Heritage Park, Tasik Kenyir, a large artificial lake; Sekayu Waterfalls; Kuala Ibai Lagoons; Batu Burok Beach, Kemasik Beach, Rantau Abang, Setiu Wetlands, Marang, Chukai town and several offshore islands such as Pulau Redang, Pulau Lang Tengah, and Pulau Kapas, and the Pulau Perhentian, which attract beachgoers and snorkelers because of their picture perfect beaches. Many travellers find the relatively rural and tranquil atmosphere in the state conducive to a relaxing holiday.