Assalamualaikum & salam sejahtera, alhamdulilah akhirnya saya siap juga menyiapkan entry ini *entry sebegini memerlukan sedikit masa untuk dihasilkan* seperti yang ada sedia tahu, sempena dengan tahun Melawat Malaysia 2014, saya akan menyenaraikan info-info dan tempat perlancongan yang menarik yang ada di setiap negeri di Malaysia & sebelum ini saya menyenaraikan tempat perlancongan yang menarik di perak, anda boleh klik link di bawah untuk membaca entry terdahulu.
Untuk negeri yang berikutnya saya memilih Negeri Pahang Darul Makmur, selalunya kalau kita sebut tentang negeri pahang, tempat yang menarik untuk dikunjungi, destinasi pertama terlintas di fikiran ialah tanah tinggi, beriklim sejuk seperti tinggi cameron highland dan genting highland tapi sebenarnya masih banyak tempat menarik yang ada di sana terutama pulau-pulau yang cantik dan semestinya kawasan rekreasi air terjun yang awoseme! Jadi untuk kali ini saya akan senaraikan kawasan-kawasan percutian yang menarik wajib dilawati sekiranya mengunjungi negeri pahang! jom kita lihat :P
List Of Interesting Places In Pahang, Malaysia
Senarai Tempat Perlancongan Menarik Di Pahang, Malaysia
Pahang is the third largest state in Malaysia,occupying the huge Pahang River river basin. It is bordered to the north by Kelantan, to the west by Perak, Selangor and Negri Sembilan, to the south by Johore and to the east by Terengganu and by the South China Sea. Its state capital is Kuantan, and the royal town is Pekan. Other important towns include Jerantut, Kuala Lipis, Rompin, Temerloh and the hill resorts of Genting Highlands, Cameron Highlands, Fraser's Hill and Bukit Tinggi. The Arabic honorific of Pahang is Darul Makmur.Total population registers approximately 1.5 million people resides in Pahang.
Cameron Highlands is one of Malaysia’s most extensive hill stations. The size of Singapore, it occupies an area of 712 square kilometres (275 sq mi) in the Titiwangsa Mountains. Cameron Highlands in Pahang is one of Malaysia's most popular tourist destinations, a collection of peaceful townships perched 1500 meters high on a nest of serene mountains. Cooling resorts, tea plantations and strawberry farms sprawl lazily across lush valleys and meandering hillslopes, the perfect setting for a relaxing holiday.
The sea of tranquility, pleasant landscapes and cold climate impart a special experience upon the multitudes of visitors each year. Meanwhile, a different world lies hidden away among the natural surroundings - a rainforest ecosystem rich with the wonders of nature, long held with fascination by researchers and naturalists across the world.
Genting Highlands is an integrated resort development comprising hotels, casinos and a theme park in Pahang, perched on the peak of Gunung Ulu Kali at 1,800 meters high. Nestled near the border of Selangor within an hour's drive from Kuala Lumpur (about 35km), Genting Resort presents a popular weekend getaway from the city heat, conveniently connected by the Karak Highway and major trunk roads, along with a cable car service from the satellite town of Gohtong Jaya. On a clear day, the peak overlooks lush valleys of rainforest stretching towards KL, a breathtaking view for visitors as they enjoy the cooling weather and serene mountain environment.
Since 1971, Genting Highlands has remained the only legal gambling outfit in Malaysia - its very own mini Las Vegas on a mountain top. While the casinos are central to Genting Highlands, a theme park provides fun rides and activities for adults and children alike, while the First World Plaza is a colourful shopping complex with family restaurants, entertainment centers and trendy boutique outlets. On the peak, First World Hotel - the largest hotel in Asia with over 6,000 budget rooms - provides much of the budget faccommodation along with family-oriented Theme Park Hotel. Maxims Genting (Genting Grand) and Highlands Hotel are classy five star establishments while Resort Hotel bridges the gap between budget and luxury accommodation for visitors.
Colmar Tropicale,Bukit Tinggi
Bukit Tinggi is a small town in the Bentong district of Pahang, Malaysia. This small town is located along Karak Expressway, notable for its famous restaurants that lure visitors coming from Genting Highlands. Bukit Tinggi is just over an hour's drive from Kuala Lumpur City centre and lies some 2,500 feet above sea level.
Colmar Tropicale, located in Bukit Tinggi, Pahang, is a replica of a collection of buildings from a north-eastern village in France dating back to the 16th Century. It's just like a picture postcard. The French themed resort was opened in July 2000. It's surrounded by lush tropical forest land. Just RM 16 for adults and RM 8 for children below twelve, you can enjoy the various entertainment at Colmar Tropicale. A clock tower at the entrance welcomes the visitors. You need to walk up (and down) curvy concrete staircases to view the entire development.
Fraser’s Hill is a highland resort destination nestled among the mountains of Pahang, located about two hours away from Kuala Lumpur. Locally known as Bukit Fraser, this cooling holiday retreat is popular for its nature activities and cooling climate, attracting not just locals escaping the city heat, but visitors from Singapore and other international locations. It is also one of the last hill stations of Malaysia, an imprint left behind by former British colonial masters. Fraser’s Hill has its roots in the 1890s, when the tin ore trade was bustling. After a failed gold mining venture in Australia, Scottish prospector Louis James Fraser arrived to explore the remote Titiwangsa mountains of Pahang.
Visitors and tourists can visit Fraser's Hill throughout the year, but expect heavy mist and ocassional rainfall most times. Being high up in the mountains, moisture and cool are predominant features of the climate in these parts. Generally, the months with the least rainfall fall between April till September, during the lapse in the monsoon season. This would be the best time to travel if you dislike wet surroundings, but the weather can still be unpredictable. It is also recommended to go during off peak seasons, which are months that have no major public or school holidays, in order to enjoy cheap accommodation in hotels and smaller crowds. Temperatures usually range between 22 - 28°C during the day and 16°C to 20°C at night; with more rain, the environment becomes cold and misty. Ensure you have sufficent clothing if you're susceptible to chill. Also, prepare to get wet and muddy if you plan to junge trek.
Gunong Senyum or the Smiling Mountain Recreational Park, at 1,549 metres above sea level is an important archeological site. It is located on the Pahang River bank about 68 kilometres away from the town of Temerloh via kampung Awah and Felda Jengka 18. The park is a part of the Jengka Forest Reserve, which covers an area of 794 hectares. Surrounded by oil palm plantations of the Jengka Felda scheme, there are two main mountains within the park, Gunong Senyum and Gunong Jebak Puyoh, the former being a popular spot to tourist and researchers.
Gunong Senyum is made up of limestone and rock, estimated to be around 3,000 years old, whilst the lowlands on the east is made of mudstone and shale estimated at around 2,100 years old.
Mount Tahan at 2,187 m, is the highest point in Peninsular Malaysia. It is located within the Taman Negara national forest, in the state of Pahang. The mountain is part of the Tahan Range in the Tenasserim Hills and is popular with local climbers.The Kuala Tahan classic trail is the oldest and most scenic trail. A return trip on this trail typically takes seven days. Climbers have to trek across undulating ridges and make several river crossings before finally reaching the foot of the mountain to make the final ascent. Climbers without adequate physical fitness or training are not advised to attempt Gunung Tahan.
About 58 kilometres off Peninsular Malaysia's east coast, in the South China Sea, lies Tioman Island, a tear-shaped island paradise. Tioman Island, measuring 38 kilometres long and 19 kilometres at its widest, is the largest in a group of the 64 volcanic islands. The striking profile of the twin peaks of Simukut Mountain provides a remarkable landmark to this beautiful island, reputed to be one of the ten most beautiful and idyllic island in the world.Tioman Island is said to be the final resting place of a fabled dragon princess from China. Legend has it that on her way to visit a prince in Temasek (Singapore), she made a stop at Tioman where she immediately fell in love with the charms and beauty of the island. She decided to dedicated her life to weary travelers by giving them shelter and comfort while resting on the island.
Cherating is located about 45 kilometers north of Kuantan, nesting on the Terengganu-Pahang border and fronting the South China sea. Here, wide gently sloping sandy beaches extend as far as the eyes can see and it is a perfect place for a quiet holiday.
Cherating was discovered in the 1960s, by backpackers who stayed at guesthouses and wooden huts among the coconut groves by the sea. Cherating became well known among visitors since around 1970s when a family called Mak Long Teh share their house with visitors. Today, there are world-class hotels and chalets, including the world renowned Club Med. Visitors can begin their vacation by strolling along the white sandy beach. A walk on the beach will offer opportunity to collect beautiful seashells and occasionally you may find tiny crabs struggling to find their way out of the sea.
Teluk Cempedak is a famous beach in Kuantan, Pahang, Malaysia. Teluk Cempedak is located 5 kilometres east from the town centre in Kuantan and is situated in close proximity to the Royal Pahang Golf Club. The white sandy beach and the beautiful casuarinas and pine trees line the coast, with some rocky promontories facing the incessant waves of the South China Sea. All these combined to make the beach serene and at the same time delightful. You can see the boats of the fishermen at sea during the day, and the twinkling lights of their boats at night. The fishing village of Tanjung Api and Beserah is only about 5 km away on either side of Teluk Chempedak.
Endau-Rompin National Park
Endau-Rompin National Park is a protected tropical rainforest in the southernmost prolongation of the Tenasserim Hills,Malaysia. It is an area south of the state of Pahang and to the northeast of Johor covering an approximate area of 870 km², effectively making it is the second largest national park in Peninsular Malaysia after Taman Negara, with approximately 26 km of trail. It is the second national park proclaimed by the government of Malaysia.
The park is one of the oldest tropical rainforest complexes in the world and features rock formations some 248 million years old. Apart from that, the park contains the largest remaining population of the threatened Sumatran rhinoceros species on the Malay Peninsula. Gunung Besar which is the second highest in Johor is located in the park. The park takes it name from the Endau and Rompin rivers that flow through the park. Other rivers that flow through the parks are Segamat, Selai and Jasin. During the monsoon season that covers from November till March, the park is closed to the public. Further, fishing is banned from September till October during mating season.
Bera Lake is a natural freshwater lake system, located in southwest Pahang, Malaysia in the saddle of the main and eastern mountain ranges of Peninsular Malaysia, extending 35 km long and 20 km wide, drainings into the Pahang River. As the largest freshwater swamp in Peninsular Malaysia, Tasik Bera or Bera Lake remains both a unique and remote wetland wilderness. Surrounded by a patchwork of dry lowland dipterocarp forests, the lake environment includes islands of peat swamp forests. Rich in wildlife and vegetation, the ecosystem which supports a diversity of animal and plant life, and sustains the livelihood of the Semelai branch of the Orang Asli people inhabiting the wetlands.
It has been protected under the Ramsar Convention since November 1994, which allows traditional use of the area to continue. The core zone consists of 260 km² and the buffer zone of 275 km².
Air Terjun Pandan
Pandan River Falls (ATSP) is a natural waterfall situated in Sungai Pandan. Located about 15 km from the accommodation Guest House (guesthouse) Pelangi Homestay or 23km from Kuantan town towards Kuala Lumpur. Consists of several levels of waterfalls suitable for all adults and children. This is because the management has built reservoirs to facilitate the child for bathing. For those who love the more adventurous, they can go up to a higher level that promises more satisfaction because there are higher waterfalls and challenging.
Air Terjun Chamang
Chamang Falls is located at the end of the road in the area Chamang Permanent Reserved Forest (PRF) Bukit Tinggi in Bentong District, Pahang. Signs show the distance from Tras Street, located in Gua Musang highway routes leading to the waterfall is around 8km. Downstream of the waterfall there is a pedestrian suspension bridge across the river to the other side.
Kuala Gandah Elephant Orphanage Sanctuary, Pahang
Kuala Gandah Elephant Orphanage Sanctuary, Pahang is a rare and fantastic opportunity to get up close to endemic Malaysian elephants. This truly unique Elephant Orphanage of Kuala Gandah in Pahang will give you a very rare opportunity to learn about these displaced gentle giants. Get the chance to ride them through the jungle, with the help of an elephant guide, or mahout. For the brave and adventurous, there are opportunities to take the elephants down to the river and help give them a bath! There really is no better opportunity than this to get in touch with these grey giants. It is estimated that there are only 1,200 wild Asian Elephants, also known as Elephus Maximus, left in Malaysia and this is the only conservation centre set up to relocate these displaced pachyderms.
The Center is open daily from 10am-4:45pm (closed on major public holidays), and visitors are encouraged to come between 1-4pm to join the daily activities like riding the elephants and bathing with the elephant in the river nearby. Bathing in the river will be a special activity for those who like the pachyderms but please be prepared to change your clothing!
The Sultan Ahmad Shah State Mosque
The Sultan Ahmad Shah State Mosque is Pahang's state mosque. It is located in Kuantan, Pahang, Malaysia. It was constructed between 1991 and 1993 by DZJ Architect and Associates. When it was completed, it faced numerous problems including water leaking from the roof but was eventually repaired.
The Pahang Art Museum
The Pahang Art Museum or known locally as Balai Seni Lukis Pahang is located in Kuantan, the state capital of Pahang as the main center to promote and develop the arts and crafts industries of the state. The building was launched in 2006 and opened to the public in 2007, an initiative between the Pahang state government and the National Art Gallery in Kuala Lumpur. The first curator of the gallery was Mohamad Ismadi Sallehuddin, a graduate from University Technology Mara. Throughout the years, it has firmly established itself as one of the major places to showcase the works of artists mainly from Pahang as well as from the surrounding states.
Bukit Gambang Water Park
Bukit Gambang Water Park is located 35 km from Kuantan, it offers non-stop fun and excitement in an area spanning across 45.8 acres! Among the unique and fascinating attractions available include a man-made 17.1-acre lake with breathtaking views and also suitable for a wide variety of fun water sports.
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P/s: Macam mana dengan senarai kawasan perlancongan menarik yang ada di negeri pahang, menarik bukan? daripada tarikan di tanah tinggi sampailah ke dasar laut semuanya sangat awosome! Setiap negeri di Malaysia kaya dengan budaya, adat, tinggalan sejarah, gunung ganang, laut dan pelbagai lagi yang perlu diterokai, diharapkan dengan entry kali ini boleh dijadikan sebagai rujukan sekiranya anda mencari info dan senarai kawasan yang menarik di pahang jadi, jangan lupa bookmark entry ini :P
- kebanyakkan info dan gambar diambil daripada google, wikipedia laman web tourism negeri & laman web tourism Malaysia & sekiranya ada sebarang kesalahan atau keliruan maklumat penulis blog Aku Vs Kehidupan tidak bertanggungjawab
Senarai di atas hanyalah sebahagian kecil daripada tempat yang wajib dikunjungi sekiranya anda mengunjungi negeri Pahang, jadi bagi anda yang mempunyai info / maklumat tambahan mengenai kawasan menarik lain yang tidak tersenarai yang ada di Negeri Pahang bolehlah kongsikan di ruangan komen sebagai maklumat dan rujukan bersama :P
Update :Bagi anda yang sukakan bercuti di dalam negara, boleh rujuk link di bawah senarai destinasi perlancongan menarik yang ada di seluruh Malaysia:
- Senarai Kawasan Perlancongan Menarik Di Malaysia
- Senarai Tempat Perlancongan Menarik Di Perak
- Senarai Tempat Perlancongan Menarik Di Pahang
- Senarai Tempat Perlancongan Menarik Di Pulau Pinang
- Senarai Tempat Perlancongan Menarik Di Perlis
- Senarai Tempat Perlancongan Menarik Di Kedah
- Senarai Tempat Perlancngan Menarik Di Negeri Sembilan
- Senarai Tempat Perlancongan Menarik Di Sabah
- Senarai Tempat Perlancongan Menarik Di Sarawak
- Senarai Tempat Perlancongan Menarik Di Johor
- Senarai Tempat Perlancongan Menarik Di Terengganu
- Senarai Tempat Perlancongan Menarik Di Kelantan