Attractions for kids in Pahang
Pahang is generally a kid friendly state to visit. Most of the major attractions are suitable for kids. However, if you want to spoil your kids with some kids attractions, here are some suggestions. If you still want to discover more attractions, take a look at Nature attractions that Pahang has to offer.
Bukit Gambang Safari park is the biggest safari park in Malaysia. Nestled within 138 acres of secondary jungle, the visitors will have the opportunity to see for themselves various animals there.
3D Gallery Sungai Lembing is an interesting place for art lovers to visit. The gallery is located in a two-storey shop house building and is filled with so many exciting paintings.
The Sungai Lembing Museum was built as a repository to treasures related to the tin ore mining industry in Pahang. It is located at one of the world’s oldest and largest tin ore mining site.
Mini Zoo Park Teruntum is really an attraction not to be missed if you are with children. With a very cheap entrance fee, you and your family will be able see all kinds of animals from iguana, mouse deer, ostrich, horn bills, monkeys and many more.
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.
The Time Tunnel in Cameron Highland is the first memorabilia museum in Malaysia. The museum is opened by a Cameron Highlands local named See Kok Shan.He is an avid collector and loves to collect memorabilia.
Located in an untouched environment, Deerland Park Lancang is a home to 30 Indonesian deer. The visitors will get a chance to interact with the deer by feeding and stroking them.
The Kuala Gandah Elephant Sanctuary houses more than 20 orphaned elephants that were rescued from the forest areas where their habitat has been threatened either by farmers or poachers.
Rompin Entertainment Beach or known in Malay as Pantai Hiburan is a long white sandy beach located alongside the casuarina trees. The beach is a popular picnic spot for families and friends who wants to relax and enjoy the scenery.
The Water Transportation Gallery is located in front of the Abu Bakar State Museum. It is a very interesting open boat museum. Water transportation played an important role in the past social and economic development of Pahang.
Pulau Keladi Cultural Village is a complex that houses the home of Tun Abdul Razak whom was Malaysia 2nd prime minister, the Tun Abdul Razak Gallery, the Pahang Silk Weaving Centre and the Royal Pahang Weaving Skills Institute which offers a weaving classes and sell the woven products.