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Amazing Tourism Malaysia . Tourism Pahang

Cameron Highland, PahangPahang is largest state in Peninsular Malaysia and covers an area of 35,960 square kilometres. It lies on the east cost and has a population of about one million people.Vast stretches of primeval rainforest dominate the state and form part of Taman Negara of National Park. All the main hill resorts are found here as is Peninsular Malaysia's highest peak, Gunung Tahan, which poses a challenge to avid mountaineers. Because Pahang has so much to offer including a hot and humid climate all year round with distinct wet and dry season, the national objective of the government is to attract tourism investment in the potential areas earmarked throughout the state.

A myriad of exotic flora and fauna are an intrinsic part of the wild life and unspoilt beauty found throughout the state. Rich varied scenery and landscape leave visitors thoroughly entranced with the magnificent gifts nature has bestowed on this tropical paradise. From pristine waterfalls to tranquil, invigorating mountains and palm-fringed beaches fronting serene seas to refreshing jungles, it is a rendezvous with diversity and contrast designed to leave you spellbound and delighted.


Featured Hotels in Pahang at Promotional Rate

  Lakehouse Cameron Highlands
  Lakehouse Cameron Highlands Lakehouse Cameron Highlands is a popular resort located in an area known as "The Valley of Eternal Spring", Cameron Highlands. The sweet smell of roses in full bloom greet you as you arrive, making you feel right at home. This Tudor-style country house sits atop a hill overlooking the lake and landscaped green terraces. A short distance from the towns of Tanah Rata and Ringlet, it is within close proximity to many key attractions. More...
  Equatorial Cameron Highlands
  Equatorial Cameron Highlands Another well-known 4-star hotel in Cameron Highlands. Equatorial Cameron Highlands is nestled atop a hill at 1,628 metres above sea level. This lofty position accords the resort a magnificent view of lush green valleys, terraced and thriving farms, rolling hills and majestic mountains. Besides the splendid view, the altitude provides refreshingly cool and invigorating air, ensuring a pleasant spring-like climate throughout the year. More...
  Berjaya Tioman Beach, Golf & Spa
  Berjaya Tioman Beach Golf & Spa The tropical paradise of Tioman Island is located off the east coast of Peninsula Malaysia. The island's only international standard hotel, Berjaya Tioman Beach Resort offers 400 style chalets & elegant suites spread over 200 acres with its own 18 hole international championship golf course. In addition to the many water sports activities available, you can enjoy horseback riding or take an unforgettable glass bottom boat ride to view the outlying reefs. More...

Tourism Attractions in Pahang

  Cameron Highlands
  Cameron Highlands, Pahang Cameron Highlands is a land of breathtaking scenery with cool lush mountains peaks, waterfalls, tea plantations, terraces of vegetable, fruit and flower gardens. This magical place is tucked away at 1500 metre's above sea-level among the peaks of the main range of Peninsular Malaysia. One of the wonders of Malaysia, Cameron Highlands is the largest most famous hill resort in the country.
  Genting Highlands
  Genting Highlands, Pahang Genting Highlands, located at an elevation of 2,000 metres above sea level, is one of the most developed hill resorts in Malaysia and is popular with many local and foreign visitors. Genting Highlands offers a wide range of accommodation to suit every budget and taste. There are numerous activities that one can indulge in at Genting. Punters can try their luck at the world class Casino De Genting. The Awana Golf & Country Resort, a luxury condotel, provides first class facilities, a breathtaking 18-hole golf course, horse riding at the Awana ranch and jungle trekking.
  Cherating Beach
  Cherating Beach, Pahang Cherating has developed from a small unknown village into a household name amongst locals and foreigners alike. Take a drive up north of Kuantan and see for yourself what Cherating is made of. Pristine beaches, renowned resorts and down-to-earth comfortable chalets giving a blend of modern and traditional way of life. One of the most luxurious resorts in Cherating Beach, is undoubtedly the Club Med Cherating Beach.
  Taman Negara
  Taman Negara, Pahang Straddling the borders of Pahang, Terenggganu and Kelantan, Taman Negara is a totally protected area of 4,343 sq. km., and is home to one of the richest and most complex ecosystems in the world. Throughout the park, there are wildlife observation hides near saltlicks, where animals come to supplement their mineral intake. The best way to see the animals is to stay overnight at the hides.
  Bukit Tinggi
  Bukit Tinggi, Pahang Bukit Tinggi is a hill retreat area which boasts several resorts including the French themed Colmar Tropicale, Selesa Hillhomes and Bukit Tinggi Resort which take advantage of the cool, fresh country air in this area. With 16,000 acres of hills, valleys, rainforests and open country, cool refreshing highland climate and spectacular scenery, this beautiful resort offers horse riding experiences you cannot resist ! There is also a rabbit park, a Japanese Village with a spectacular spa, and a botanical garden.
  Tasik Bera
  Tasik Bera, Pahang Tasik Bera area has been home to the indigenious Orang Asli communities of the Semelai tribe for more than 600 years. When Malaysia signed the 'Convention On Wetlands of International Importance', the world's oldest environmental treaty which also known as Ramsar Convention, this lake has been nominated as country's first and to date only Ramsar site.
  Tasik Chini
  Tasik Chini, Pahang Riddled with facts and fiction of a sunken ancient Khmer City with a mythical ‘naga’ (dragon), lurking deep below, Lake Chini remains an attraction for the nature lovers with a spirit of adventure. Located deep in the untainted jungle and surrounded by hills, Lake Chini is located southwest of Kuantan and is accessible by boat.
  Tioman Island
  Tioman Island, Pahang Considered one of the most beautiful islands in the world, Tioman is the largest and most developed of the volcanic islands that make up the Pahang Marine Parks. Pulau Tioman has clear emerald waters, sheltered reefs and mountains shrouded in mist and clouds. Easily accessible by air or boat, Pulau Tioman attracts those who seek an escapade tinged with a little fantasy and romance.