Gambang Water Park

Bukit Gambang Water Park

Bukit Gambang Water Park is built in the natural hilly terrain and lush secondary jungle of 46 acres.

It has a wave pool with eight different variation of wave called Coco Beach and several other interesting attractions like 6 Lane Racer, Aqua Play Zone, Penguin Island and the longest family raft ride in Malaysia.

The water park is also the first park in Malaysia that implement the cashless transaction system where the visitors can store their cash in their digital wristbands and use it for transaction when they want to buy something in the park.

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Operating Hours

Monday, Wednesday – Thursday : 11:00 a.m – 6:00 p.m

Friday – Sunday, School and Public Holiday : 10:00 am – 6:00 pm

Tuesday : Closed (except for school & public holiday)


Entrance fee : RM 12.00


Utama, Bukit Resort City, Jln Bukit Gambang Resort, Kampung Pohoi, 26300 Gambang, Pahang, Malaysia.

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Hear From Others

Bukit Gambang Water Park is said to be the best water park in Malaysia, so its gonna be worth your while and children of all ages will surely enjoy even the kid-at-heart.

Cristelle Torres


The theme park is quite small but just nice for the kids to have fun with the water.


There have a lot of water activities like 6 lane racer, kids slide, glacier river and wave pool. The entrance fee is quite affordable. This water park really a suitable place for family outing.

Shin May

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Charas / Panching Cave

Charas Cave

Image source : Murali Gopalen

Charas Cave is a 400-year-old limestone and granite located on the Charas Hill. Its highest peak is 355 meters above sea level. The cave is surrounded by oil palm fields.

Kolong Pahat Hanging Bridge

Kolong Pahat Hanging Bridge

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Cherating Turtle Sanctuary

Cherating Turtle Conservation

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Cherating Turtle Sanctuary was first opened to the public in 1988. It is located next to Club Med Asia. The sanctuary was established with the purpose of protecting the turtles from any danger that could risk and shorten their lifespan.

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