Pahang is the biggest state in peninsular Malaysia. There are plenty of attractions everywhere. Listed here are the attractions that can be found in North Pahang. If you want to discover more attractions, do visit pages for Around Kuantan and South Pahang attractions too.
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.
The mossy forest is located at Mount Irau. The place is damp, gloomy, a bit spooky but beautiful and looks like a set in the fairy tale. The huge canopy of tall trees are intertwined, allowing a tiny bit of an opening for sunlight to go through.
Kuala Tahan National Park of better known as Taman Negara is the first and the oldest official Protected Area in Malaysia. The park is estimated at 130 million years old, making it one of the oldest rain forests in the world.
Fraser’s Hill in general has long been a popular highland destination in Pahang besides Cameron Highlands, Genting Highlands and Bukit Tinggi. The hill features many popular attractions such as a clock tower, a horse riding center, bird interpretive center, a dam, several nurseries and a waterfalls.
Bukit Tinggi is a highland located in Bentong, Pahang. It has lots of breathtaking scenery. It hosts a small village that was inspired by a French Village called Colmar in France.
Genting Highland is a highland resort and entertainment destination for many locals every holiday season. It has an indoor theme park, an outdoor theme park, six hotels, four shopping malls and an outlet. It also has a casino and a big arena for concert and performances.
Janda Baik is a small village in Bentong. This peaceful village is surrounded with untouched natural tropical rain forest, making it an ideal retreat from the hectic city life. The village also has a cool highland climate and clean, fresh air.
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.
Chamang Waterfall is a popular destination among Bentong residents especially for a weekend getaway. The majestic waterfall burst out from the mountains flow into a fast-moving river is a sight to see.
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.