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Kuantan is the state capital of Pahang, the third largest state in Malaysia. It is near the mouth of the Kuantan River and faces the South China Sea. If one measures the distance along the east coast of Peninsular Malaysia, it is located roughly halfway between Singapore and Kota Bharu. Kuantan is the ninth largest city in Malaysia.


Main attractions
Teluk cempedak

Teluk Cempedak

Teluk Cempedak or Teluk Chempedak 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.

Places To Visit

Lake Chini

Lake Chini is blessed with vast treasures of nature, which is rich in biological resources. There are 138 species of territorial flora, 300 species of non-aquatic vertebrates and 144 species of freshwater fish. Thousand of white and pink water lilies will emerge on the lake from August through September, transforming the lake into a floating multi-coloured garden.

Lake Chini
Lake Chini

Black Stone Beach

Pantai Batu Hitam, which translates to 'Black Stone Beach', is a beachside destination located 4km north of Kuantan, right after Pantai Beserah. The beach gets its name from a unique feature along its landscape - large beds of rocks, varying in shades from grey to bluish black, carpet parts of the sandy shoreline. This environmental feature is most noticeable at low tide, but the rest of the sea and beach is suitable for typical swimming and wading activities without stepping on hard rocks.

Black Stone Beach
Black Stone Beach

Berkelah Falls

Berkelah Falls is a cascade of waterfalls located in Pahang, Malaysia. It is about 31 to 35 km away from Kuantan City in the direction of Maran. The falls consist of seven tiers, according to official data from the Forestry Department Peninsular Malaysia (Jabatan Perhutanan Semenanjung Malaysia), but there are actually more tiers above the seventh. The seventh and highest fall reaches an estimated height of 50 metres.

Berkelah Falls
Berkelah Falls

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