Pahang

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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Island, Highlands & Mount

 

The Pahang Marine Park group of islands comprise Pulau Tioman, Pulau Renggis, Pulau Sepoi, Pulau Labas, Pulau Soyah, Pulau Chebeh, Pulau Tulai, Pulau Seri Buat and Pulau Sembilang. Cherating is another popular beach for holiday.

Unique by itself, Cameron Highland is rich of flower and vegetable plantations, tea plantations and the strawberry farm while Fraser Hills exudes a quiet rustic air with solitude of English...

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Art, Culture & Heritage

 

Pulau Keladi and Sungai Lembing Museum are two cultural site of Pahang. The Sungai Lembing Museum brings visitors into bygone days during the British and Japanese colonial periods when Sungai Lembing   had the largest subterranean coal mine in South-east Asia. The Museum exhibits artefacts from the town's glorious tin-rich days such as mining equipment, mineworker's gear, furniture and tableware.

The Pulau Keladi Cultural...

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Recreations & Mother Nature

 

Pahang is a land for nature explorer, the oldest and largest rainforest Taman Negara, the largest natural freshwater lake in Peninsular Malaysia Lake Bera, the centre rescuing and protecting country's elephants, deer sanctuary is situated in Bukit Rengit, and many other rainforests Taman Negara, Kenong Rimba Park, Endau - Rompin National Park.