Kuantan has a variety of attractions for the whole family to enjoy. The most popular allurement of Kuantan are its beaches – carpeted with fine white sand and clear blue waters.
Beyond Kuantan, you can engage in a whole range of eco-adventures as the state of Pahang is rich in rainforest and scenery.
Situated near the mouth of the Kuantan River, Kuantan is the capital of Pahang and it is a busy tourist hub. It is also Read More»
Spread across 16,000 acres of tropical rainforest, Berjaya Hills is situated approximately ten kilometres off the East Read More»
At about 1,500 metres above sea level, Cameron Highlands – located only four hours away from Kuala Lumpur – is set along Read More»
Cherating has its fair share of attractions – there’s the beautiful sweeping beaches bordered by coconut palm trees, the Read More»
The Main Range – also known poetically as Banjaran Titiwangsa in Malay – is a ridge of granite mountains that forms Read More»
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On the opposite end of Pahang from Kuantan are some cool mountain-side townships. Far from the hot, tropical climate, Read More...
The islands off the east coast of Kuantan offer spectacular marine ecosystems and breath-taking beaches. These islands Read More...
Around Kuantan, there are plenty of places dedicated to the preservation of nature, such as animal sanctuaries and Read More...
There are several scenic waterfalls to visit around Kuantan. These natural cascades of water that flow straight from the Read More...
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