Kuala Trengganu : a case study of economic and non-economic regionalities as determinants of urban behaviour
Kuala Trengganu, a town in the northeast of Malaya, is capital of the state of Trengganu and one of the very old settlements in Malaya. The earliest evidence of an important trading centre on the Trengganu River is to be found in Chinese annals, records dating around 13th A.D. It is probable that up to 1459, the Mohammedan ruler of Trengganu exercised independent authority over a harbour kingdom based on Kuala Trengganu, without interference from Siam, Pahang or Malacca.
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