Pahang Area Guides

Everything You Need To Know About Pahang's Area

Pahang is the largest state in Peninsular Malaysia and undoubtedly one of the top eco-destinations. Kuantan is its capital city, located along the East Coast.

Nearly two-thirds of Pahang’s 35,000 sq. km land area is covered in dense tropical rainforest, making it a repository for Malaysia’s natural treasures.

Pahang almost has with population of 1 million. Kuantan which lies on the East Coast, offers the finest in beaches such as the famous Cherating Beach, Teluk Chempedak and Beserah Beach.

Almost all of the highland retreats, some beautiful islands and beaches are found in Pahang. If you are a nature lover, you shouldn't miss out the destinations of Cameron Highlands, Genting Highlands and Fraser's Hill. If you are looking for adventure, you should visit parks such as Kenong Rimba, Endau-Rompin and Taman Negara (National Park).

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All Areas in Pahang

  • Berjaya Hills

    Berjaya Hills

    At 1,000 meters above sea-level, Berjaya Hills (formerly known as Bukit Tinggi) is the latest highland escape in Pahang, Read More»

  • Cameron Highlands

    Cameron Highlands

    Cameron Highlands has moderate climate with daytime temperatures at 25°C and 18°C at night - conducive for growing Read More»

  • Cherating Beach


    Located about 50 km away from Kuantan, Pahang’s state capital, Cherating is the perfect remedy for frantic living and Read More»

  • Fraser's Hill

    Fraser's Hill

    Fraser's Hill was discovered by a Louis James Fraser in the early 19th century, who himself mysteriously disappeared Read More»

  • Genting Highlands

    Genting Highlands

    Dubbed ‘City of Entertainment’, Genting Highlands is a well-rounded, one-stop holiday destination situated some 2000 Read More»

  • Kuantan City


    Kuantan is a small but lively city off the East Coast of Malaysia, which also happens to be the capital of the state of Read More»

  • Endau Rompin

    Endau Rompin

    Endau-Rompin National Park is the second designated national park in Peninsular Malaysia after Taman Negara (National Read More»

  • Taman Negara

    Taman Negara

    Known as the ‘green lungs’ of the Malay Peninsula, the 434, 350 hectare Taman Negara is a 130-million-year-old Read More»

  • Tioman Island

    Tioman Island

    Tioman is one of Malaysia’s most popular small islands, at 39 km long and 12 km wide, located off the east coast of Read More»


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