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Cherating

Cherating was discovered in the 1960s by backpackers who stayed at guesthouses and wooden huts among the coconut groves by the sea. Cherating became well known among visitors since around 1970s when a family called Mak Long Teh share their house with visitors. Today, there are world-class hotels and chalets, including the world renowned Club Med.

Visitors can begin their vacation by strolling along the sandy beach. A walk on the beach allows you to collect beautiful seashells, and occasionally you may find tiny crabs struggling to find their way out of the sea.

Taman Negara

Gazetted as a National Park since 1938, Taman Negara is Malaysia’s premier national park and the largest in the country. Spread over 4,343 square kilometres, this wild and virgin region is densely covered with ancient rainforest. Spanning the three states of Kelantan, Terengganu and Pahang, its protrusion into Pahang is the largest. Previously known as King George V National Park, Taman Negara is meticously conserved and jealously guarded as it is among the last remaining frontiers of pristine rainforest.

Rompin

Rompin, the southern most district of Pahang has an area of 5,246 square kilometers. The seaside town of Kuala Rompin, largest in the district, serves as the gateway to both the Endau-Rompin State Park as well as the Island of Tioman.

Kuala Rompin is renowned for its freshwater prawns. The months of September and October are the best times to visit Rompin to see the giant freshwater prawns near the Rompin River, Nenasi River and Anak Endau River. Another notable place of attraction is the Seri Mahkota Endau Rompin Waterfall.

Pekan

Pekan, located on the banks of the Pahang River 50 km south of Kuantan, and 280 km from Kuala Lumpur, is the Royal Town of the Malaysian state of Pahang Darul Makmur. Its official status was declared when the royal family decided long ago to choose the town as their place of residence.

 

Kuala Gandah

The Kuala Gandah Elephant Conservation Centre is an elephant sanctuary located in Temerloh in the state of Pahang, Malaysia within the Krau Game Reserve. The Centre was established in 1989 by the Malaysian Department of Wildlife and National Parks, and forms a base for the Elephant Relocation Team.

Since 1974, the Centre has been rescuing Asian elephants whose habitats are being lost to cultivation or development. and relocating them to suitable habitats such as Taman Negara. As a popular tourist attraciton, it has been raising public awareness and supporting research.

Visitors to the Centre are given the opportunity to watch the elephants, wash and feed them. You can even ride on an elephant and go into the river with them. However, daily visitor admissions are subject to strict quotas, and booking in advance is highly recommended.

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