Pahang Attractions

What to See in Pahang

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. 


Berjaya Hills Attractions Berjaya Hills Attractions

Spread across 16,000 acres of tropical rainforest, Berjaya Hills is situated approximately ten kilometres off the East West Karak Highway. Read More...

 
Cameron Highlands Attractions Cameron Highlands Attractions

At about 1,500 metres above sea level, Cameron Highlands – located only four hours away from Kuala Lumpur – is set along a mountain plateau high above the river valley. Read More...

Cherating Attractions Cherating Attractions

Cherating has its fair share of attractions – there’s the beautiful sweeping beaches bordered by coconut palm trees, the first-rate wave breaks that make it a surfers’ paradise and a great band of friendly residents. Read More...

 
Genting Highlands Attractions Genting Highlands Attractions

The Main Range – also known poetically as Banjaran Titiwangsa in Malay – is a ridge of granite mountains that forms Peninsula Malaysia’s north-south backbone. Read More...

Kuantan Attractions Kuantan Attractions

Situated near the mouth of the Kuantan River, Kuantan is the capital of Pahang and it is a busy tourist hub. It is also home to Teluk Chempedak, Batu Hitam and Cherating beaches. Read More...

 
Pahang Beaches Pahang Beaches

Kuantan has some of the most fantastic beaches along the east coast; draped in fine white sand, buffeted by gentle waves and lit by a bright tropical sun. Read More...


 

Highlands Pahang Highlands

On the opposite end of Pahang from Kuantan are some cool mountain-side townships. Far from the hot, tropical climate, these destinations allow you to experience moderate-climate weather and breathe refreshing, cold mountain air. Read More...

 
Islands Pahang Islands

The islands off the east coast of Kuantan offer spectacular marine ecosystems and breath-taking beaches. These islands offer visitors a great place to relax or to explore nature and the underwater world through diving and snorkelling. Read More...

Nature Pahang Natures

Around Kuantan, there are plenty of places dedicated to the preservation of nature, such as animal sanctuaries and horticultural parks. Enjoy and learn as you visit each of these places, perhaps coming out with a better understanding of our living environment. Read More...

 
Rainforest Pahang Rainforests

As the state of Pahang is Peninsular Malaysia's natural repository of rainforest, there are plenty of gazetted rainforest reserves and parks. These places offer visitors a glimpse of Malaysia's rich and extraordinary flora and fauna - truly a sight to behold! Read More...

Waterfall Pahang Waterfalls

There are several scenic waterfalls to visit around Kuantan. These natural cascades of water that flow straight from the mountains offer visitors a chance to refresh themselves in mineral-rich and rejuvenating waters. Read More...

 
Places To Visit Places To Visit at Pahang

Kuantan offers visitors a chance to see some of Peninsular Malaysia’s most fascinating sights. From local museums to recreational parks and handicraft centres to pleasant beaches, Kuantan and its surroundings offer visitors a variety of places to visit. Read More...

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