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Nenasi Tourist Attractions, Activities and Hotels Guide

Nenasi is a small river town located in the state of Pahang. It is one of the few quiet fishing villages left that looks like the paintings of old. Many tourists will pass by this little town while heading towards the popular Pulau Tioman, though it is worth to stop by to experience the tranquility…

Temerloh Tourist Attractions, Activities and Hotels Guide

Temerloh is the second largest town in the state of Pahang after the state capital Kuantan. Temerloh has grown in recent years after becoming a new industrial center and being connected to the newly build East Coast Expressway. Located by the banks of the Pahang and Semantan Rivers, Temerloh is rich with a large variety…

Kuantan Tourist Attractions, Activities and Hotels Guide

Located on the east coast of Peninsular Malaysia, Kuantan is the state capital of Pahang. The population is estimated at about 600,000 making it the largest city on the each coast. The city is near the mouth of the Kuantan River while facing the South China Sea. Kuantan has a major involvement in the tourism…

Sungai Lembing Museum, Pahang

Sungai Lembing Museum

Sungai Lembing Museum is located in Sungai Lembing, home to one of the deepest and longest tin mine in the world. The museum, once the residence of a mining officer, houses exhibitions of the history of Sungai Lembing and tin-mining related displays. Based on Chinese records, tin has been mined and exported from Pahang since…

The Royal Town of Pekan, Pahang

Pekan Town

The old street of Pekan Town (credit: Pak Idrus) The Royal Town of Pekan is a history-rich town in Pahang . Reported to have been in existence since the 17th century , Pekan is the oldest township in Pahang. Places to Visit ¬†There are several places of interest located within the town. Visitors can head…

Cherating Beach, Pahang

Cherating beach

Cherating is one of the finest beaches in Pahang, apart from those in Pulau Tioman. Lying on the east cost of Peninsula Malaysia, the beach faces the vast South China Sea, famed for clear blue waters. The main attraction of Cherating is of course their white sandy beach that is dotted with casuarinas trees. Visitors…

National Elephant Conservation Centre, Pahang

National Elephant Conservation Centre Pahang

Visitors bathing the elephants at the conservation centre The National Elephant Conservation Centre, also known as Kuala Gandah Elephant Sanctuary, was established in 1989. It serves as a base for elephant relocation programme, which is aimed at saving, rehabilitating and relocating elephants from areas that are under threat of encroachment and destruction. Visitors have their…

How to get around in Pahang

Getting around in Pahang is easy and convenient with the availability of taxis and buses services within the state. Taxis can be easily obtained from the main transportation hub such as Kompleks Teruntum, Berjaya Megamall and Jalan Mahkota. To visit the outlying destinations in Pahang, visitors can opt for the outstation buses from Terminal Makmur….

How to get in to Pahang

By Air Regular daily flight is available from Kuala Lumpur International Airport to Sultan Ahmad Shah Airport in Kuantan. The trip takes about 40 minutes per way. Alternately, visitors can also opt for numerous flight options from Sultan Abdul Aziz Shah Airport in Subang. Flights from KLIA are operated by Malaysia Airlines and flights from…