Pahang is the biggest state in Peninsular Malaysia. There are plenty of attractions everywhere. Listed here are the attractions that can be found in South Pahang. If you want to discover more attractions, do visit for kids and nature attractions too.
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.
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.
Lake Chini is the second largest freshwater lake in the country. It consists of 13 interconnecting water bodies. The lake is blessed with vast treasures of nature, which is rich in biological resources.
The blue lake is the largest and the deepest quarry lake ever recorded. The mining activity had increased the amount of soluble solid and heavy metals in the water. The chemical reactions between the rocks and the soil caused the water to look mesmerizing blue.
The most famous island in Pahang is Tioman Island. It is also one of the most beautiful island in South East Asia. The island offers a relaxing experience with its tropical setting surrounded by a fascinating deep blue water for you to explore.
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.