Pahang Travel

There are more than 20 places of interest in Pahang, including resorts, historical buildings, caves and islands. Pahang is the largest state in Peninsular Malaysia and is home to Gunung Tahan, the highest peak in Peninsular Malaysia, and Taman Negara, Malaysia’s largest national park. The main hill resorts, Fraser’s Hill, Cameron Highlands and Genting Highlands can also be found here. Pahang is also a shopper’s paradise with its handicraft centres offering items like wood carvings, brocades, shellcraft and batik cloth.

Places of Interest

Towns & Infrastructure
• Kuantan
• Teruntum Complex
• Riverfront Park
• Sultan Ahmad Shah I Mosque
• Courthouse
• Balai Karyaneka Handicraft Centre
• Botanical Gardens/Jungle Park
• Teluk Chempedak Handicraft Centre

Islands & Beaches
• Tioman Island
• Teluk Chempedak
• Balok Island
• Cherating
• Chendor Beach
• Batu Hitam Beach
• Pantai Beserah

• Sungai Pandan Waterfall
• Lake Chini
• Charah Caves
• Sungai Lembing
• Gunung Tapis
• Sungai Tahan
• Taman Negara (National Park)
• Kenong Wildlife Park
• State Museum, Pekan
• State Palace, Pekan
• JPS Water Recreational Centre, Pekan
• Besu Rapids
• Lintang Reserve Forest
• Indera Mahkota Agricultural Park
• Paya Bungor Lake
• Jeram Perahu Recreational Centre
• Tasik Bera
• Endau-Rompin National Park

• Genting Highlands
• Cameron Highlands
• Fraser’s Hill

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