Pahang

Cameron Highlands

There are many things to see and do in Cameron Highlands, Malaysia’s largest highland resort. Walks through lovely little villages, visits to the butterfly, strawberry, honey bee farms and sprawling tea plantations or meals at the delightful Tudor-styled country inns, are all pleasurable and relaxing activities to be experienced here. You can’t beat the weather up here. A few days out of the sweltering lowland heat will surely recharge your batteries. (read more…)

 


 

Fraser’s Hills

Sitting pretty amidst the Pahang rainforest is the little hamlet of Fraser’s Hill. At 1,524 metres above sea level, this highlands resort is a naturalist’s paradise that boasts innumerable plant, bird and animal species. (read more…)

 

 


 

Genting Highlands

The fun never stops at Genting, City of Entertainment, perched on the top of cool, breezy Genting Highlands. One big attraction in Genting is the cool weather. Because of the 2,000m altitude, Malaysians like to visit just to enjoy the ‘European’ weather! (read more…)

 

 


 

Merapoh Pahang – Caving Paradise

The state of Pahang is a well-known treasure trove of nature. In conjunction with Visit Pahang Year 2017, take the opportunity to explore the wonders of Pahang. Apart from its world-famous Taman Negara or National Park, there are also a myriad of world-class caves to be explored by cave enthusiasts. Some of them can be found in a small town called Merapoh. (read more…)

 


 

Taman Negara

Taman Negara (National Park) is the first and the oldest official Protected Area in the country, originally named King George V National Park. Declared in 1938 by the Sultans of Kelantan, Pahang and Terengganu (during King George’s Silver Jubilee), it was gazetted to preserve the land’s indigenous nature in perpetuity. The park was renamed Taman Negara after the nation gained independence in 1957. (read more…)

 


 

 

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