Pasir Belanda is located on the bank of a river in a kampung (village), just outside the bustle of Kota Bharu city towards the well known Pantai Cahaya Bulan beach.
It is a green and peaceful rural area, perfect for exploring on foot, or by bicycle or boat. Here the heart of the Malay culture can be found.
As you roam around the kampung you will meet craftsmen and women painting batik, weaving decorative cloth known as songket, carving wood and making kites. You’ve every chance of seeing a
fisherman throwing his net to catch fish or a monkey picking coconuts for his owner.
Pasir Belanda is run by a Dutch couple, Harry and Annemieke Mulder and their wonderful local staff.