is Malaysia's largest National Park. It's the oldest
tropical rainforest in the world. You can pay it a visit,
but you have to buy a permit. In this National Park live: leopards,
tigers, boars, deer, elephants, rhinoceros, hornbills,
monkeys and many other animals.
Explore this 150 million year
old historical and mythical caves complex and witness its
unique flora, fauna and its magnificent rock formations
which will definitely captivate you. With cave chambers
dubbed to be one of the best in this region, Kota Gelanggi
Caves offers an inspiring and breathtaking adventure
For a taste of exotic tropical
fruits, take an 'all-you-can-eat' package to Tekam
Plantation Resort. a 2,000 ha plantations which is also
have a resort and 9 holes golf course.
Lata Meraung Waterfall -
A scenic Waterfall, 18 holes golf course and a series of
rapids hidden from public sights. It just 15km west from the Jerantut
town. There was a golf course and recreation park.
Just a stone throw away from the Golf Course.
Pahang, the longest river in Peninsular Malaysia.
There will have bamboo rafting competition every year which
organized by government.