Gateway to the East Coast. The healthy pace of human and physical development over the years has made Kuantan the ideal gateway to the east coast.
The cool highland climate is perfect for cultivating the freshest vegetables, teas and fruits, and the prettiest blooms.
Located only 48 kms northeast of Kuala Lumpur and situated on the west of Pahang, Bentong is the gateway to the eastern inland regions.
White, sandy beaches with hidden coves, waterfalls set against the towering twin peaks, and a lush forest throughout the island makes Pulau Tioman a paradise on earth.
Hill resorts provide pleasant breaks for the weary travelers to the Far east.
Lake Bera is located in the central lowlands of Peninsular Malaysia. It lies within the Pahang River catchments area.
This charming little hideaway with a population of about 1,000 is perhaps the prettiest of all hill resorts in Malaysia.
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.
Kuala Rompin is renowned for its freshwater prawns.
Just 50km north of Kuantan, here, wide and gentle sloping sandy beaches extend as far as the eye can see and it is a perfect place for a quiet holiday.
Janda Baik is a traditional Malay village, and has become a home stay destination for tourist.
Famous for its highly-prized fresh water fish, the 'patin', the river is an ideal jump-off point to the routes that lead to Taman Negara and Tasik Bera.
Being Malaysia's second biggest natural freshwater lake; Lake Chini consists of 13 interconnecting water bodies, each with its own characteristics.
Pekan is the royal town of Pahang. It is located near the mouth of the Pahang River.
Genting Highlands, the City of Entertainment offers an exciting range of activities that are fun, fast-paced and entertaining.
Endau-Rompin State Park, a fascinating adventure in the wildnerness.
Nature & adventure attractions at Sungai Lembing
Kuala Lipis remins as the admininstrative centre for the district of Lipis, and is one of the largest districts in Pahang.
Apart from being the transit point to Taman Negara, it offers cave exploration, river safari and a plantation resort.
Raub was a thriving gold-mining settlement in the 1800s. The place was named Raub, which in Malay means "to scoop".