Pahang

About

 

Pahang is the third largest state in Malaysia. Geographically Pahang ranges from mountainous country on the west to its coastline in the east. The islands of Pahang runs from Pahang-Terengganu border to   the Pahang-johore border totalling about 210 kilometers with fishing villages, coconut palm plantations, resorts and unmistakable landmark of the zone. Of total land, Pahang comprises 48.8% forest, 23.4% agricultural land, 16.3% government land, 10.8% urban and industrial land, 0.5% is Orang...

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Tourist Attraction

 

The crystal clear waters of Pahang islands and beaches runs from Pahang-Terengganu border to the Pahang-Johore border totalling about 210 kilometers with fishing villages, coconut palm plantations, resorts and unmistakable landmark of the zone. Cherating and Tioman island are among two famous tourist destinations.

Pahang is home to the oldest and largest tropical rainforests aged more than 135 million-year-old, is even older than the Congo and Amazon rainforests, home to...

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Dining

 

The highlands of Pahang offers the best bites of fresh local vegetables and fruits. In the cooling temperature, steamboat warms the body and improves blood circulation around the body. Every parts of Pahang serves a variety of Malay, Chinese, Indian and its local cuisines. Fine western and european cuisines can be eaten at both coastal and hill resorts. 

Do try its specialty the 'keropok lekor' or local fish crackers...

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Things To Do

 

Name any activities, it will be in Pahang, ranging from adrenaline rush at theme park in Malaysia, exploration of corals and adorable animal treasures, to shopping pleasures.

Hotel & Accommodation

 

Whether your trip is in town centres such as Kuantan, beaches like Cherating, hill resorts like Fraser’s Hill, and islands like Pulau Tioman, you can find accommodations. 

Accomodation ranges from budget homestays to luxury resorts and hotels is available for any vacation planning.

Transport

 

Pahang is well connected by highways around all major cities in Peninsular Malaysia. Drive from Kuala Lumpur to Kuantan takes half to 2 1/2 hours.

Visitors taking airflight can land on the Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA)  in Kuala Lumpur followed by a bus or taxi to destination point.