A Traveler’s Guide to Visiting Pahang

by The Kind Helper

Going to Pahang is, according to our opinion, one of the best things you can decide on this year. Of course, entire Malaysia is amazing, and it offers a wide range of travel destinations. But there is something special about Pahang that we can’t describe with words. We are sure you will have the same sense when you reach there.

But a lack of money and time usually messes up the plans we make. Because of that, we would like to help you make some sort of plan. In the remaining part of the article, we will highlight the most popular places that you should visit when going to Pahang.

That way, you will properly plan your trip and calculate in front whether you have enough money for all these places or not. Let’s go!

1. Resorts World Genting

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Have you ever heard about Resorts World Genting? It is a place located in Bursa with a value of more than 29 billion Malaysian Ringgits. It is one of those resorts where you can find literally everything.

It is made of seven different buildings, different theme parks and entertainment attractions, casinos, and hotels. More precisely, there are 7 hotels where you can stay as well as more than 10 thousand rooms that you can choose from.

Apart from casual activities such as visiting restaurants and enjoying music, you can also go to a casino that is located there. Of course, you can also gamble on the best online casinos in Malaysia in this list from kasinodalamtalianterbaik.com incase you want to avoid crowds.

However, if you want to meet and hang out with new people, we are sure the casino is going to be an amazing option.

2. Taman Negara

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For those that do not know, Taman Negara is a national park that you can find in the eastern part of Malaysia. If you are a big fan of nature and want to see untypical forms of flora and fauna, then this place is going to be ideal for you!

This place has an amazingly long tradition. According to different research, this is the oldest rainforest ever (or at least one of them). The experts explain it is around 130 million years old. If you ask us, it is a typical example of tropical life that you can only see in movies.

3. Gambang Water Park

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This water park is the most visited one in the entire Malaysia. We guarantee you will get a source of excitement and adrenaline rush in case you decide to go here. Apart from that, you will meet a huge number of tourists that do not want to miss visiting this place when coming here.

The most intriguing thing here is the six-lane slide race. It is a perfect option for people that plan to spend some quality time with kids. But we believe the grownups will also enjoy rides.

Anyway, the working hours of this place are between 10 AM and 6 PM. That means you can spend 8 hours of the day on water rides and other stuff this place offers!

4. Teluk Cempedak Beach

It is not a secret that a lot of people want to go to Malaysia because of the amazing beaches it has. Well, one of the places that you should visit is Teluk Cempedak beach. Don’t get surprised if you hear the name Palm Beach. Both names refer to the same location!

This is the type of simmering sand beach that you will not manage to find in all parts of the world. It is perfect for those people that like swimming and spending time in nature while preparing grilled food and other tastes.

In the afternoon, you can witness a beautiful sunset view that most travelers that come here take a picture of and publish on their social media.

5. Pahang State Mosque

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It doesn’t matter if you are a Christian, Muslim, or anything else. This place deserves your attention! It has existed since 1993 and it is one of the most famous places in Pahang. It is an ideal place for people that are in love with art.

You will see an amazing structure of the object, amazing designs connected with Malaysian culture and tradition, etc. In the end, you will get the chance to hang out with thousands of tourists that come here every day.

Ready to plan your journey to Pahang?

All these places are special in some different way. Even if you can’t afford to visit them all, we suggest you, at least, visit 3 or 4 of them. Before we say goodbye, we need to highlight one thing.

If you decide on visiting a national park or any other natural travel destination, we invite you to act as a responsible tourist. Don’t make a mess in places that are pure beauty! We hope you will make some memorable moments and enjoy your trip!

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