Pahang, blessed with some 210 kilometers of shoreline, is the perfect playground for seekers of the sun, sands and seas. Visitors are definitely spoilt for choices as the coastline is dotted by numerous stretches of white sandy beaches that are ever-ready to play host even to the most discerning. For the divers, there is Tioman. The island park is teeming with an assortment of exotic marine life that turn the colorful coral reefs as their homes.
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.
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.
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.
Pekan is the royal town of Pahang. It is located near the mouth of the Pahang River.