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Pahang is largest state in Peninsular Malaysia and covers an area of 35,960 square kilometres. It lies on the east cost and has a population of about one million people.Vast stretches of primeval rainforest dominate the state and form part of Taman Negara of National Park. All the main hill resorts are found here as is Peninsular Malaysia's highest peak, Gunung Tahan, which poses a challenge to avid mountaineers. Because Pahang has so much to offer including a hot and humid climate all year round with distinct wet and dry season, the national objective of the government is to attract tourism investment in the potential areas earmarked throughout the state.

A myriad of exotic flora and fauna are an intrinsic part of the wild life and unspoilt beauty found throughout the state. Rich varied scenery and landscape leave visitors thoroughly entranced with the magnificent gifts nature has bestowed on this tropical paradise. From pristine waterfalls to tranquil, invigorating mountains and palm-fringed beaches fronting serene seas to refreshing jungles, it is a rendezvous with diversity and contrast designed to leave you spellbound and delighted.

An astoundingly beautiful coastline stretching north all the way to Kota Bharu in the state of Kelantan is generously dotted with enchanting beaches linked together byquaint, picturesque villages.

All of these not only make up a photography enthusiast's most momentous fantasies, the also impact a soothing repose that tempts you to linger on and savour the unparalleled peace and harmony.

Visitors to Pahang are usually there to visit the state's famous hill resorts, its internationally-known islands and beaches, or Taman Negara, the Peninsula's finest park. Each of these attractions is substantial enough to merit special attention in our pages. Pahang's other attractions, though less well-known, should not be missed byanyone visiting the state

The natural heart of Pahang is unquestionably Taman Negara, Malaysia's oldest national park, lovingly referred to as "The Green Heart." Within the park is also the peninsula's highest point, the forest encrusted Gunung Tahan. Also in the interior are many of Malaysia's hill stations, mountain resorts where the tropical heat is kept at bay bythe altitude. On the coast of Pahang, the jungle gives way to clean, palm-lined beaches, fishing villages, and the multicultural state capital, Kuantan. 


Pahang is the largest state in Peninsular Malaysia and is situated in the eastern coastal region. The state's 35,964 sq. km encompasses a remarkable range of Malaysia's many different environments, from the majestic peaks and cool hill regions of the state's western region to the miles of soft sand beach along the South China Sea. Pahang's nearly one million people constitute a representative mix of Malaysia's three main ethnic communities-- Malay, Chinese, and Indian. 

Places of Interest

Getting Around


State Museum

Kota Gelanggi

Jeram Besu

Lata Jarum


Islands & Beaches
Gua Charah
Cherating Beach
Balok Beach
Teluk Chempedak Beach
Beserah Beach
Chendor Beach

Rompin / Lanjut Beach

Tioman Island

Hills & Parks
Cameron Highlands
Genting Highlands
Fraser's Hill
Bukit Tinggi

Taman Negara

Kenong Rimba

Gunung Tapis Park

Tekam Plantation

Endau Rompin

Tasik Cini

Tasik Bera

Kota Gelanggi 





Map of Malaysia


  Hotel Reservations

* Bukit Tinggi

* Cameron Highlands

* Pulau Besar

* Frasers Hill

* Genting

* Pahang General 

* Tioman Island

* Taman Negara

* Cerating

* Kuantan





Evidence of habitation in Pahang dates back to the Mesolithic Era. Long famous for the deposits of tin and gold found along the upper reaches of the Tembeling River, Pahang had attracted the interest of outside powers long before the founding of Malacca in 1400. Under the control of the maritime empire of Srivijaya (centered around Palembang in southeast Sumatra), Pahang had expanded to cover the entire southern portion of the Malay peninsula in the eight and ninth centuries.

With the collapse of Srivijaya power around 1000, Pahang was claimed first bythe Siamese and then, in the late fifteenth century, byMalacca. After Malacca fell to the Portuguese in 1511, Pahang became a key part of the territorial struggles between Acheh, Johor, the Portuguese, and the Dutch. Repeated raids, invasions, and occupations devastated the state, until the decline of both Achenese and Portuguese power in the early 17th century allowed Johor (the successor state to Malacca) to reestablish its influence. In the late eighteenth century Pahang gradually gained autonomy, and in the middle of the nineteenth century it had become an independent state.

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Cultures & Traditions

Colourful Cultural DanceIn Pahang, you will find vivid evidence of fascinating cultures that make Malaysia a rich source of colour, pomp and pageantry. The Malays, Chinese and Indians, each with their own distinct identity, coexist most harmoniously. This is the nurturing result of mutual respect and understanding, a rare and special feature which continues to bewitch and astound visitors. The many cultures of Malaysia are manifested in the clothes, customs, food, games, art forms and festivals of the various races. It would be hard indeed to hilly describe the many facets of Malaysian culture. But even a brief encounter is enough to reveal the scintillating vibrancy of Malaysia's rich heritage.

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Dining Out

Gourmets and gourmands will relish the delectable and astonishingly unending variety of delicacies found in the vast cuisine typical to Pahang. Malay, Chinese (particularly Cantonese, Hokkien, Szechuan) and both North and South Indian foods stimulate the taste buds and arouse the adventurer in each of us.
A must for the uninitiated is satay - succulent morsels of meat skewered on palm-leaf sticks and barbecued flame and eaten with piquant, spicy peanut-based gravy. Accompanying dishes are cucumber, onion slices and ketupat (rice boiled in woven palm cases). Generally Malay cuisine is spicy and pungent nature but once you developed a taste for such tantalising flavours, it's hard to dissociate yourself from them.

Rice is the staple food of Malaysia and is cooked in a variety of ways - one of which is nasi lemak, which is rice cooked with coconut milk and eaten with a spicy anchovy sauce, hardboiled egg; peanuts and cucumber slices. Dim sum and its 30 over delicacies are among the many items on the Chinese menu. The incredible number of ways they cook rice and noodles prove that innovation and creativity know no bounds. If you visit Pahang and do not feast on the ample seafood available, you would be missing some of the best dishes the state has to offer. Ikan Bakar or grilled fish, is a hot favorite.The star attraction of Indian cuisine is nasi briyani, a rich Moghul dish. With such a wide variety of dishes, it is hard to decide which to choose as each has established its own popularity.

Fruit StallTropical fruits are abuntdant during their seasons. Durians, which holds indisputable appeal for those who love it, often leaves the novice perplexed and infimidated as its overly pungent odour takes some getting used to. And it has culled lifelong fans even among Westemeis - those who have stayed here long enough to cultivate a taste for this exotic fruit. Rambutan, ciku, mango, watermelon, guava, mangosteen, papaya, pineapple and starfruit are some of the succulent fruits that offer delights to all.

Handicraft centres offer a tempting of bewitching items which you may not find elsewhexe. In Kuantan, the modern Teruntum complex offers great shopping in air-conditioned comfort. It also houses a cinema bowling alley fast food restaurants and other facilities.
Karyaneka, which showcases Pahang handicaft, can be found at Teluk Chempedak, Sungai Karang and Cherating. Pandanus household articles, wood carvings, brocades, shellcrafts and batik are sold at reasonable prices here.

Pahang Silk from the Pahang Silk Weaving Cente m Pulau Keladi, Pekan, is an antricately woven materials and visitors to the centre will get the opportunity to see how the matenal is made. At Beserah, where the Batik Cottage is located, the visitors can view how batik, the unique wax-printed fabric, is made. If you are looking for eye-catching, conversation-piece items, you will be thoroughly charmed bythe pandan leaf mengkuang mats. Songket, the fine hand-woven gold and silver-brocaded cloth comes in a wide variety of attractive designs. At the Souvenir Centre, about 1.8 kilometres west of Kampung Sungai Karang, one will find sheflcraft and local

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Places of Interest

While the capital of Pahang is of less historical interest than many of Malaysia's state capitals, Kuantan is the entry point for many of Pahang's peerless beach resorts.

Tasik Chini
A hundred kilometers south of Kuantan is Tasik Chini. The thirteen fresh-water lakes that make up Tasik Chini are steeped in myths and mysteries, from the requisite stories of monsters in the lakes to legends of an ancient Khmer city on the site. Local stories assert that the mythical city would escape attack bysinking into the lake. The latter tale has attracted archaeologists to Tasik Chimi, and structures have indeed been located on the bottom of the lake. Even if such evocations of Loch Ness and Atlantis leave you cold, the region's natural beauty is more than sufficient reason to visit. Between August and September, pink and white lotus flowers cover the surface of the water.

Located in southwest Pahang, Tasik Bera is the largest natural freshwater lake in Peninsula Malaysia. It is situated in the saddle of the main and eastern mountain ranges of the Peninsula and is approximately 35km long and 20km wide. Tasik Bera has remained a unique and remote wetland wilderness, which is surrounded bya patchwork of dry lowland forests.

Like Tasik Chini, the second largest natural lake in the Peninsula, an aboriginal tribe also inhabits Bera. The Semelai aborigines reside in the areas surrounding Tasik Bera and they continue to acquire food in traditional ways. Rich in wildlife and vegetation, Bera is therefore an ecosystem, which not only supports a diversity of animal and plant life but also sustains the livelihood of the Semelai people.

Tasik Bera plays an important role in flood control, water flow regulation and purification and it also provides many natural resources for the local community. Hence, it is protected under an international treaty, RAMSAR CONVENTION, which was declared in November 1994. The Pahang State Government has also undertaken plans to formulate a nature based tourism development plan, which includes the establishment of a visitor or field study center, the training of site personnel, and the integration of the local community into the overall development.

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Tasik Bera

Bera Lake is a sanctuary for 328 species of flora, 200 bird species, 50 mammals, and more than 95 species of fishes. Although very difficult to discover, the extended wetland area and its surrounding forests still support tigers, tapirs, elephants, and other endangered species. The clouded leopard, wild boars, monkeys, flying squirrels, and flying lemurs are other wildlife known to exist in Bera. The lake also contains a large number of the country's freshwater fish species, including both popular aquarium and sport fishes.

For nature enthusiasts, Bera is an ideal place for many recreational and adventurous activities. Visitors can choose to jungle trek, participate in river safaris, or go fishing, especially after heavy rains. The relatively isolated and tranquil surroundings of the open water are also perfect for boating or kayaking. Visitors can cruise river channels and inlets in search of vegetation and wildlife.

There are distinct wet and dry seasons in Tasik Bera. The wet months are from April to May and September to January. On the other hand, dry periods are from February to April and June to August.

To ensure safety, visitors are encouraged to hire a guide for all activities on the lake and surrounding forests. The Semelai's knowledge of both the forest and lake's habitats make them a popular choice as guides.

There is only one resort in Tasik Bera but visitors are permitted to camp on the north end of the lake at Sudin's Jetty, as well as the grounds near the resort. Bera is accessible byroad. Alternatively, visitors can also take the train from both Kuala Lumpur and Singapore, which stops at Triang and Mentakab respectively. From there, taxis are available to the Bera jetty. There are no local car rental facilities; they must therefore be hired in Kuala Lumpur or Kuantan.

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Gua Charah
Twenty-five kilometers northwest of Kuantan, the Charah caves are the site of a revered Buddhist sanctuary. The caves continue to serve as solitary meditation retreats for Buddhist monks and nuns. Visitors may explore some of the caves and gorges, including one that houses an impressive stone sculpture of the reclining Buddha. Along the road that leads to Gua Cherah is the Panching Cave, a limestone cavern that contains an enormous (9-meter) statue of the reclining Buddha. Just before noon, sunlight streaks from an aperture in the cave's roof and floods the statue. 

Cherating Beach

To many, this name is synonymous with Club Med. This is natural because Asia's first Club Med is located here. Actually, only a small part of the beach is a administered bythis world famous Club, the rest is a populated area offering excellent beaches. Situated only 47 kilometres from Kuantan, its unique features are the rustic atmosphere and the warm hospitality of the village folk. Cherating also offers you the chance to shop for handicraft and see cultural performances. Village maidens nimbly weave the pandanus leaves into mats, hats, bags and other inexpensive lightweight souvenirs. Cultural shows include wayang kulit (shadow play) and silat (the Malay art of self-defence).

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Balok Beach

Balok BeachBalok BeachBalok Beach  is about 15 kilometres north of Kuantan and is a paradise for avid wind-surfers. Most of the activities revolve around the many international class resorts and hotels located at the beach forming the perfect getaway for visitor to the East Coast of the Peninsular. Truly perfect and serene with soothing tropical breezes, swaying casuarinas, unending white sand in harmony with the azure blue sea, indeed, relaxation is never easier.

Teluk Chempedak BeachTeluk Chempedak Beach

This delightful beach, only 5 kilometres from the town of Kuantan, is the site of several world class hotels. It is an excellent beach for water sports activities like sailing, surfing, skiing and sunbathing. A short trek through the Teluk Chempedak Forest Reserve is idyllic Pelindung Beach. If you are game to more jungle trekking, there's an alternative route leading to the mini-zoo.

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Beserah BeachBeserah Beach

Beserah is a fishing village and is well known for salted fish. But what many people do not know is a very unique practice of the Beserah fishermen. They employ water buffaloes (which are not normally seen on the beach for they are always used to plough padi fields or to pull one heavy carts), to transport fish from the boats to the processing area.

Beserah BeachBeserah is situated 10 kilometres from Kuantan. A batik factory and many cottage handicraft workshops producing items made mostly of sea shells and local plant materials (dried nuts, leaves) can be found in Beserah.


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Chendor BeachChendor Beach

About 10 kilometres from Cherating is the famous Chendor Beach. Here, from early July to September, you can watch green turtles or occasionally giant leatherback turtles toil ashore to lay eggs. It's a ritual worth experiencing. Besides the turtles, Chendor Beach offers some fine bathing spots. Its irresistible appeal also lies in the peace and seclusion you will enjoy at this resort.

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Tioman IslandTioman IslandTioman Island

Tioman is the largest of a group of 64 volcanic islands, the smallest of which is a mere rock jutting up from the sea. Measunng 38 kilometres long and 19 kilometres wide, Tioman Island is a magnificent island in the sun ,with good reefs for scuba diving and crystal-clear waters for swimming. Legend has it that Tioman Island is the resting ground of a beautiful dragon princess who, while flying from China to her beloved in Singapore, sought solace in the crystal-clear waters of the South China Sea. Pleased with the island's charms, she discontinued her journey, for saking her happiness to give pleasure and comfort to passing travellers byturning herself into an island. Tioman Island is accessible byboat from Mersing town or Tanjung Gemok, Rompin, a journey which takes about 1 to 2 hours. Or one can also take a plane from either Kuala Lumpur, Singapore or Kuantan. Accommodation comes in the form of delightful wooden chalets on the beach or in luxurious hotel rooms. Whichever is the choice, comfort and hospitality is assured.

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Rompin BeachRompin/Lanjut Beach

Lanjut Beach, meanwhile, is one of the most beautiful unspoilt beaches on the southern coast of Pahang. The new Lanjut Golden Beach Resort is ideally located where hotels and chalets are easily available, in fast-developing Rompin district. Fishing for freshwater prawns is a popular outdoor activity in the many riv found in the district. Kuala Rompin is also a gateway to Tioman Island, as well to the newly opened Endau-Rompin State Park.

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CactusStrawberryCameron Highlands

This is Malaysia's green bowl supplying vegetables to the major cities of the country and to Singapore. The cool climate makes it an excellent tea growing area and indeed the Cameron tea is highly priced in the world market. Places of interest are the Robinson Falls, the Rose Garden nurseries and the vegetable farms.

Cameron HighlandsCameron HighlandsThere is also an 18-hole golf course. The small town of Tapah at the foot of Cameron Highlands is the gateway to the resort and can be reached bybus, taxi or train from Kuala Lumpur. From Tapah, regular bus and taxi services are available to the highlands. Accommodation facilities include old English country inn-styled hotels, chalets and Government rest houses.

Special mention must be made of the Ye Olde Smokehouse which has been preserved in the same state as it used to be during the colonial period, except for the addition of some modern conveniences.

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Genting Highlandsgenting.JPG (21397 bytes)

Genting Highlands, only fifty kilometers (less than an hour) from Kuala Lumpur, is the most developed hill resort in Malaysia. At 2,000 meters above sea level, it offers a cool respite from Malaysia's capital city combined with all of the excitement, luxury, and entertainment of an international resort destination. In fact, many Malaysian people head for Genting Highlands specifically for its nightlife. There are international dinner shows and discos, while the world-class Casino de Genting offers Blackjack, Baccarat, Keno, French Bull, Roulette, Tai Sai and slot machines.

The resort also includes two theme parks, both with dozens of amusement rides and attractions suitable for the entire family. In addition, the Awana horse ranch offers equestrian activities, rides for children and lessons for beginners. For golfers, the Awana Golf and Country Resort offers a challenging 18-hole, par-71 golf course.

Accommodation includes the Genting Hotel, the Theme Park Hotel, the Resort Hotel, and the Awana Golf and Country Resort.

Getting to Genting

by Car: Genting Highlands can be reached from Kuala Lumpur via the faster Karak Highway or the slower old Pahang Road (Route 68). The latter passes byMimaland, which may be a good place to stop bybefore proceeding to Genting Highlands.

byBus: The Genting Express Bus leaves every hour from the Puduraya Bus Station in Kuala Lumpur. Genting also offers limousines, coaches and helicopter services for charter.

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Fraser's Hill

Fraser's Hill 104 kilometres from Kuala Lumpur can be reached through the Karak HFraser's Hillighway Turn left at the Bentong junction and proceed to Teranum. At Teranum, take the left turn towards Gap before the short ascent up to Fraser's Hill. Alternatively, one can also take the old trunk route heading towards Penang and turn off at Kuala Kubu Bharu for the drive to the Gap. The last 8 km from the Gap to the top of Fraser's Hill 9 scenic, narrow winding which carries one-way traffic 7.00 a.m. to 7.00 p.m. At the ap, there is a gate control ystem with scheduled times for ascending and descending traffic, at both ends to facilitate the flow of traffic.

Fraser's Hill offers visitors cool mountain air, 4n abundance of luxuriant vegetation, peace and tranquility s well as other attractions such as pony rides, a nursery containing many exotic flowers, the jeriau waterfalls and a pleasant 9-hole golf course. Other facilities include a children's playground and a roller skating rink. For accommodation, Fraser's Hill has a range of hotels, chalets and colonial-bungalows to,suit one's preferences and budget.

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Bukit TinggiBukit TinggiBukit Tinggi

Bukit Tinggi is a hill retreat area with several resorts taking advantage of the cool, fresh country air that pervades the area. Among the resorts here are Selesa Hillhomes and Bukit Tinggi Resort. Visitors can jungle trek, take long invigorating walksor head for nearby Genting Highlands.Also in this area is janda Baik, a resort-cum-residential vicinity that is popular with urban dwellers seeking to escape the bustle of the city for a brief respite.

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State Museum

State MuseumState Museum

A tour of the town will not be complete without a visit to the State Museum which houses a rich collection of historical items. The museum, located at Jalan Sultan Ahmad, Pekan has valuable antique pieces such as a large quantity of glassware and ceramics from ancient China. The old history of Pahang, especially that of its ancient kings is well documented in this museum.

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Taman Negara, Kuala TahanTaman Negara National Park

Taman Negara or the National Park boasts of jungles that date back millions of years, making them older than those of the Congo or Amazon. With 4,343 square kilometres of luxuriant tropical min forest, the park is a haven for adventurers. Piduresque trails, giant limestone caves, excellent fishing spots, exciting river trips and jungle g trails offer a multitude of such adventure opportunities. The park's canopy
walk which is 25 metres high and over 400 metres long is the world' longest. As it lies on the top layer vegetation in a forest, you will have an extraordinary view of the and species found there.

Canapo WalkTaman Negara, Kuala TahanWildlife observation can be done from observation hides built around the many salt-licks. Mountain climbing buffs would enjoy scaling Gunung Tahan, which at 2,187 metres is the highest mountain in Peninsula Malaysia. River are an enjoyable activity within the park, especially those involving shooting the rapids. For the less stalwart, there are meandering cruises that let you enjoy the surrounding scenery leisurely pace. Fishing is best done in February, March, July and August, and it takes two days to reach the best fishing areas located along Sungai Tahan near Lata Berkoh and Sungai Kenyam. Camping grounds in verdant surroundings are to be found in park.

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Kenong Rimba ParkKenong Rimba

Kenong Rimba Park is situated in natural surroundings with cascading waterfalls, clear mountains streams and a variety of flora and fauna. The merry chirping of birds will create an atmosphere which is really difficult to express in words. It offers great adventure such as exploring limestone caves, swimming in the river and camping. Challenging hiking trails interspersed with protruding rocks and untouched natural surroundings is haven for adventure lovers. Within the Kenong Rimba Park there are several caves to explore. These are Gua Batu Telangkup, Gua Hijau, and Gua Harimau. The caves, situated approximately 122 - 152 metres above sea level, are a natural habitat for a range flora and nature's other marvels. For nature lovers, a stop at Kenong Rimba Park is a must. It is a perfect hideout for birds watchers, campers, anglers, trekkers and swimmers.

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Gunung Tapis Park

Gunung Tapis ParkAbout 16 kilometres away from Sungai Lembmg is Gunung Tapis, a beautiful nature park. Excellent camping spots can be found in a number of areas. Although still in the early stages of development, Gunung Tapis offers a number of activities. You can shoot rapids on one of the several rivers, or fish for the delectable 'Ikan Kelah' (tortambroides duronesis). The park also abounds with hot springs and wildlife. If you plan to stay overnight, camping and survival equipment are recommended. Prior arrangements for a visit to the park can be made with the Sungai Lembing Tapis Resort.

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Tekam PlantationTekam Plantation Resort

Nestled in tranquility in the green forests near Jerantut is the Tekam Plantation Resort comprising chalets dining facilities for travellers as well as conventions. Visitors can also arrange for special trips and adventure tours to various places of interest. One of the highlights of the stay at the Resort is the Plantation Tour, which takes visitors on an educational visit to places such as the Kota Gelanggi Caves, Gunung Senyum Caves as well as rubber and oil palm plantations. The best time to visit the area is during the fruit season from July to September, when local fruits such as durians and rambutans are plentiful. The Resort provides facilities such as tennis and takraw, mini market, water spot and cafeteria.

About Team Building Programme in Tekam Plantation

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Endau-Rompin State ParkEndau-Rompin State Park

Some of the most famous and visually spectacular tourist attractions are found in Pahang. Among them is the Endau-Rompin State Park, one of the world's oldest tropical rainforests. This ancient tropical rainforest has remained undisturbed in its original state through the years. Endau-Rompin boasts of some of the most exotic species of tropical plant and animal life. The Park is one of the last remaining lowland forests in Malaysia and it is spread over a generous 80,000 hectares of virgin jungle straddling the state of Pahang and Johor.

Endau Rompin State ParkEndau-Rompin derives its name from the Rompin and Endau Rivers,forming a watershed on which the park lies. This nature reserve offers a wide spectrum of activities for the adventurous visitor providing the opportunity to get back to nature and experience the hidden and mysterious secrets of its wilderness.

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Jeram Besu

Apart from Fraser's Hill, other recreational areas in Pahang include the Jeram Besu Rapid. The former is just 30 kilometres from Raub while the latter is only about 3 hours drive from Kuala Lumpur. Jeram Besu is fast gaining popularity as one of the most challenging white water-rafting areas in the country.

Location Map

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Lata Jarum

Lata Jarum is another established picnic spot. It is situated near Kampong Ulu Dong and is accessible bycar through 20 kilometres of village road. The access junction is at Dong, a town along the Raub-Kuala Lipis road. At Lata jarum, one can admire the numerous rapids flowing into a shallow pool of crystal clear water.


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Kota Gelanggi

One of the highlights for visitors to this area is exploring the Kota Gelanggi Cave.  Explore the 150 million year old historical and mythical cave complex and its unique fauna, flora and rock formations.  The magnificent cave chambers are among the best in this region.  Visitors will be able to experience what tropical limestone caverns are all about, with their myriads stalagmites and stalactites and strangely shaped formations.

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