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Source: The Sun Daily
July 20, 2012

KUANTAN (July 19, 2012): The 15th Malaysia Games (Sukma) in Pahang held from July 7 to 16 generated more than RM17 million through the food and hospitality industry.

Source: The Star
Saturday July 14, 2012

BUKIT FRASER: The virtually untouched tropical jungle of Bukit Fraser has again become the gathering spot for local bird lovers throughout the country and foreigners who attended the Fraser’s Hill International Bird Race Competition held here recently.

Source: New Straits Times
Thursday July 12, 2012
By Seri Nor Nadiah Koris

TEMERLOH: Malaysia Homestay Association, in collaboration with Pahang Tourism Malaysia, recently organised a three-day seminar entitled "Transformation of Homestay Malaysia 2012".

Source: New Straits Times
Saturday July 6, 2012

GENTING HIGHLANDS: Pahang State Tourism, Fraser's Hill Development Corporation and Genting Malaysia Bhd last month organised the 25th Pahang International Bird Race Circuit 2012.

Source: The Star
Saturday June 22, 2012
By Nik Naizi  

DESPITE hosting the Pahang circuit of bird-watching competition for the first time, organiser Resort World Awana Genting Highlands has managed to prove that its area, located at 3,000ft above sea level and surrounded by 130 million-year-old rainforest, is a potential destination for bird watching.

Source: The Star

Saturday June 9, 2012

Genting Highlands: In conjunction with the Pahang International Bird Race Circuit 2012 to be held this month, the organisers, Pahang State Tourism, Fraser’s Hill Development Corporation and newcomer Awana Genting Highlands Golf & Country Resort announce the “Birds of the Highlands” 2012 race and the event as its 25th anniversary.

Source: The Star
Thursday June 7, 2012
By Nik Naizi Husin

CYCLING is putting the quaint little town of Raub in Pahang on the world map.

Source: The Star
Sunday May 6, 2012
By Simon Khoo

KUANTAN: Kuantan has the potential to be developed as an industrial and tourism site, said Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak.

Source: The Star
Staurday, May 5, 2012

Of when city slikers brave the open jungle and come out the other side wiser and hell-bent on eradicating leeches.

WHEN we, three city slickers, attempted to be Janes of the Jungle for a week at Taman Negara, we weren’t sure what to expect.

Yes, everyone who’s friends with Google knows that Taman Negara is the country’s largest national park and at the heart of Peninsula Malaysia, covering some 434,300ha of primary virgin forest stretching across the states of Pahang, Kelantan and Terengganu.

But what the Internet doesn’t tell you is how frighteningly insignificant the dense, virtually impenetrable forest, makes you feel. Dwarfed by the towering trees in the 130-million-year-old jungle, my friends and I ventured forth with romanticised visions of a Rudyard Kipling tale coming to life.

Source: The Star
Saturday, May 5, 2012

More than just doling out outdoor survival tips via videos and articles, the founder of Junglecraft website really wants to get more people outdoors. Stripped of macho bravado and drama, his videos will appeal to those who want to master bushcraft without having to sit through a one-hour show with scripted dialogue and staged action. A retiree living near Janda Baik, Pahang, Coakley started the website about 18 months ago.

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