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The oldest Tropical Rain Forest in the world can only be found in Malaysia, and the best place to discover its secret is none other than the state of Pahang. We are proud host to Taman Nergara( The National Park), the only park in the world that can lay claim to keeping the original Tropical Rain Forest, undisturbed since 130 million years ago.


Located only 48 kms northeast of Kuala Lumpur and situated on the west of Pahang, Bentong is the gateway to…

Lake Bera

Lake Bera is located in the central lowlands of Peninsular Malaysia. It lies within the Pahang River catchments area.

Taman Negara

Gazetted as a National Park since 1938, Taman Negara is Malaysia's premier national park and the largest in the country.…


Famous for its highly-prized fresh water fish, the 'patin', the river is an ideal jump-off point to the routes that…

Lake Chini

Being Malaysia's second biggest natural freshwater lake; Lake Chini consists of 13 interconnecting water bodies, each with its own characteristics.

Endau Rompin State Park

Endau-Rompin State Park, a fascinating adventure in the wildnerness.

Sungai Lembing

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…


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".

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