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. Almost all of the highland retreats, some beautiful islands and beaches are found in Pahang.
Useful Information on Pahang
Kuantan has a good network of roads and transport systems. Being a small and peaceful city, you won't find much problems Read More»
To get to Kuantan, international visitors can fly direct or transit from Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA). Read More»
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»
Pahang Darul Makmur is Peninsular Malaysia's repository for nature. The largest state in the Peninsular, Pahang is Read More»
Malaysia has a tropical climate with year-round high humidity and temperatures ranging from 27°C to 35°C. Pahang state, Read More»
Our interactive map (and satellite views) displays all available hotels with photos, facilities and guest comments as Read More»
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