The largest state in West Malaysia, Pahang covers an area of 35,960 sq km with a population of about 1 million. Kuantan is the state capital while Pekan lying 45 km away is where the royal family resides.

Pahang offers a liefetime experience of endless excitement, with its pristine forests, idyllic fishing villages and white powdery beaches. The state is also home to the longest river on the peninsula, Sungai Pahang, and its highest peak, Gunung Tahan.

Pahang Area: 35 965 sq km

Pahang Capital: Kuantan

Pahang Royal Town: Pekan

Pahang Administrative Divisions: Bera, Bentong, Cameron Highlands, Jerantut, Kuantan, Lipis, Maran, Pekan, Raub, Rompin and Temerloh)

Pahang River: Sungai Pahang, 435 km (the longest river in Peninsular Malaysia)

Pahang Mountain: Gunung Tahan, 2 187 m (the highest peak in Peninsular Malaysia)

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