It is a glorious event appreciate all efforts, support, and contributions from government agencies, private sector as well as deep-sea tourists successful Visit Year campaign Pahang 2017. The council also gave appreciation to co-sponsors which contribute in promoting this campaign inside or abroad.
The skateboarding and windsurfing matches which give life to the resort beach Beams. Fun activities that gather dozens of rugged surfers from within and abroad.
An event to spot and count the various bird species that inhabit Malaysia’s premier National Park, Taman Negara, Pahang. Participants will be able to observe rarely seen birds and learn about their habitat. Immerse yourself in an experience like no other – against a backdrop of a serene village setting and the everyday lives of paddy farmers. For more information, please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or visit pahangtourism.org.my.
Fraser’s Hill International Bird Race is a popular nature appreciation event which is going to be held on 30 March - 1 April this year. It is organized by the Fraser’s Hill Development Corporation of Pahang and co-sponsored by the Malaysian Nature Society (MNS) and the Malaysian WWW for Nature.
For local and international birdwatchers, the cool highlands of Fraser’s Hill is a real haven where they can get to watch and see more than 260 species of birds, not only of the endemic and local varieties but also migratory birds. And the bird communities found at Fraser’s Hill range from the common to the exotic and the extremely rare species.
This is actually a fun event where human participants and nature lovers, from Malaysia and overseas, will outdo each other to sight, identify and record the most number of bird species within a set timeframe and location in this cool highlands.
The event organized by the Local Authority (PBT) that highlight a variety of traditional cuisine in line with the tourism icon and local culture of Lipis Heritage Town.
The 23rd edition of Le Tour de Langkawi (LTdL) from 3 - 10 March 2018 is set to cover more than 1,200km over 8 stages. Organised by the Ministry of Youth and Sports Malaysia and managed by Ciclista Sports Sdn Bhd, LTdL is classed as a 2HC race in the Asia Tour Circuit, the race is fully sanctioned by the Union Cycliste Internationale (UCI) and the Asian Cycling Confederation (ACC) featuring again as one of the biggest events on the UCI Asia Tour calendar. All continents will be represented at this years tour set to start from Kuala Terengganu on the east coast of the peninsula to Putrajaya, the home of the Malaysian government. 20 teams have been carefully selected to ensure a well-balanced field that gives a chance to cyclists from very different horizons to shine.
Defending champions Team Dimension Data will maintain the WorldTour standard on Malaysian roads and represent Africa. Grand Tour wild cards teams Bardiani CSF and Willier Triestina will save the European flavor LTdL has had since its inception in 1996.
Australian team IsoWhey Sports Swisswellness will be coming for the first time. Both North and South America will be represented with returning Unitedhealthcare Professional Cycling Team while Manzana Postobon Team from Colombia will make their debut.
Asia will have the largest contingent of 12 teams on the start list, which is one more than last year. All Asian countries with a solid cycling culture will make their way to Kuala Terengganu for the team's presentation on February 21st alongside three Malaysian teams like in the past two years. Cyclists from China, Japan, Korea, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Philippines, Singapore, and Kazakhstan are expected to line up.
KUALA LUMPUR. 11 January 2018- 23 Rabiulakhir 1439H - His Royal Highness Pahang, Tengku Mahkota Tengku Abdullah Al-Haj Ibni Sultan Haji Ahmad Shah Al-Musta'in Billah is pleased to complete the launch of the Pahang Palace book: The Palace of Pahang published by Universiti Putra Malaysia (UPM Press) at the National Library of Malaysia (PNM)
Rugged hiking on Mount Tahan involves participants from outside the country. Participants will face various challenges and obstacles along the route before reaching the summit.
A rugged sport that gathers hundreds of four-wheel drive owners exploring the challenging locations around the Pahang State. Participants will be tested on a challenging an obstacle course. The event was known overseas through the RFC Global Series on the continent of Asia, Europe, Australia, and America.
Run Out Pahang Marathon is the yearly largest East Coast Marathon that takes place every March in Malaysia’s scenic city of Kuantan and organized by Monkey theory. It all started off with Kuantan Run 2013 which was only a small group of 500 runners from different cities and ethnics, locally and internationally. With the run’s success, the marathon expanded into a Half Marathon run, Brooks Kuantan Half Marathon 2014 that successfully drew 2,000 satisfied runners as they experienced running through panoramic and historical landmarks along the run.
KUANTAN: Singapore low-cost long-haul carrier, Scoot, began direct flights between Singapore and Kuantan on Friday (Feb 2), making the Pahang capital its sixth destination in the country after Kuala Lumpur, Penang, Langkawi, Ipoh, and Kuching.
Pahang Tourism and Culture Committee chairman Datuk Seri Mohd Sharkar Shamsuddin said Kuantan was chosen as the airline's latest destination due to the number of tourist attractions in the state to be visited by Singaporeans and other international travelers. "It is learned that its (airline's) confidence in launching the route is, among others, due to the 241,000 inbound and outbound passenger movements at the Sultan Haji Ahmad Shah Airport up to December last year.
"We are pleased that the new route will indirectly boost the tourism industry of Pahang and the economy of its people," he told a press conference after the Scoot inaugural flight to Pahang here Friday. Scoot will fly three times a week to Kuantan, on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, and tickets are priced as low as RM45 one way.
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