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PAHANG - EAST COAST REGION OF PENINSULAR MALAYSIA

PLACES OF INTEREST : Culture & Heritage Sites

 
 

A Wealth Of

TRADITION

 

Tour the state?s cultural and historical attractions for a glimpse of its rich traditions and interesting past.

 
 

KUALA LIPIS

 

Strategically located between the Lipis and Jelai Rivers, the historical town of Kuala Lipis was a bustling trading point in the early days. It was the former capital of Pahang for 57 years. The colonial buildings here boast neo-classic and eclectic architecture. The Pahang Club House was the first building to be built by the British in this town. It was home to the former British Residents (administrators) of Pahang and now functions as the Kuala Lipis Rest House. The Clifford School was built in 1913 to honour Sir Hugh Clifford, the second British Resident of Pahang. Many of the state?s royalty and leaders were educated in this prestigious school.

 
 
 

PEKAN

 

Located on the banks of the Kuantan River 50 km south of Kuantan, Pekan is the royal A serene town tucked away about 40 km northwest of Kuantan, Sg. Lembing offers a glimpse into Malaysia?s bygone days during the British and Japanese eras. At its heyday, Sg. Lembing had the largest subterranean coal mine in Southeast Asia. The charming heritage buildings here are reminiscent of its rich past. The Sungai Lembing Museum, formerly the residence of a British official, exhibits artefacts from the town?s glorious tinrich days, including mining equipment, mineworkers? costumes, furniture and tableware. Its fascinating diorama features miners at work. Open daily from 9.00 am - 5.00 pm.

 

Located en route to Sg. Lembing from Kuantan is the Charas Cave, a limestone structure which town of Pahang. The Pekan State Museum houses a rich collection of artefacts, priceless antiques including glassware and ceramics as well as exhibits tracing the lineage of the state?s royalty. This town also hosts the final leg of the Pahang River Rafting Expedition, where participants can experience the culture and lifestyle of Pahang?s hinterland.

 
 
 

 

PULAU KELADI CULTURAL VILLAGE

 

Only 15 minutes away from Pekan is the Pulau Keladi Cultural Village. Among the attractions here is the birth place of Tun Abdul Razak, Malaysia?s second Prime Minister. At the Pahang Silk Weaving Centre nearby, visitors can watch the intricate art of silk weaving.

 
 
 

SUNGAI LEMBING MUSEUM

 

A serene town tucked away about 40 km northwest of Kuantan, Sg. Lembing offers a glimpse into Malaysia?s bygone days during the British and Japanese eras. At its heyday, Sg. Lembing had the largest subterranean coal mine in Southeast Asia. The charming heritage buildings here are reminiscent of its rich past. The Sungai Lembing Museum, formerly the residence of a British official, exhibits artefacts from the town?s glorious tinrich days, including mining equipment, mineworkers? costumes, furniture and tableware. Its fascinating diorama features miners at work. Open daily from 9.00 am - 5.00 pm.

 

Located en route to Sg. Lembing from Kuantan is the Charas Cave, a limestone structure which town of Pahang. The Pekan State Museum houses a rich collection of artefacts, priceless antiques including glassware and ceramics as well as exhibits tracing the lineage of the state?s royalty. This town also hosts the final leg of the Pahang River Rafting Expedition, where participants can experience the culture and lifestyle of Pahang?s hinterland. houses a magnificent statue of reclining Buddha.

 
 
 

HOMESTAYS

 

Experience genuine Malay hospitality and the local lifestyle. Visit cottage industries or try your hand at farming and agriculture. Spend your evenings with a round of traditional games and bring back fond memories of your holiday.

 

Homestays:

 

Temerloh : Gunung Senyum, Desa Murni, Rumpun Makmur.

Kuala Lipis : Kuala Medang.

Raub : Sungai Pasu.

Pekan : Salong.

Cameron Highlands : Taman Sedia

 
 
 
 
PLACES OF INTEREST : Culture & Heritage Sites
PAHANG - EAST COAST REGION OF PENINSULAR MALAYSIA