Summerset Resort

Lot 2547, Kuala Rompin, Kuantan, Pahang, 26800, Malaysia

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hoi yin restaurant...hoi yin restaurant...

kuantan across the river from hole #10...kuantan across the river from hole #10...


Sg Pandan(Picture taken from internet)Sg Pandan(Picture taken from internet)

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Summerset Resort

by ngcsc

Hi Vters,

Did anyone stayed in Summerset Resort? How is the resort like? I saw the different price of the North and South wind, what is the different anyway? Is it worth to spend more money for the location?

Can anyone tell me?? Hope to bring my wife for a great holiday

thank you very much.

RE: Summerset Resort


Been there, it is a bit run down (year 2003), was staying at one of the sharing charlet, my hot water didn't work and my neighbour's TV spoilt, both of us complaint and yet no action taken by summerset , not even the day we left (3days 2 night). Beach so so, fyi. Handphone practically didn't work well there. Kayaking is interesting,if you are into motor/cycling than you will enjoy the stays,good for company trip but for family, perhaps you prefer somewhere else. BTW, it is like walking into a single storey housing area, not much landscape.

RE: RE: Summerset Resort

by ngcsc

Thanks, Anipen.

So, I guess it is not really good for romance trip of a couple?

Summerset Resort

by jashingo

Hi guys! I'm just wondering did anyone of u heard of Summerset Resort?? If so, what do you think of that place??

How about other resorts in Malaysia?? Care to give me some valuable comments?? Thanks!

RE: Summerset Resort

by Wild_Orchid

Summerset at Rompin is a nice resort. Nice accomodation, good view of the sea, smallish pool, but otherwise, a good resort. Nice activities for the whole family and also for corporate retreats.
I have a write up on my Negeri Johor off the Beaten Path and also Accommodation tips. Please check it out if you are interested.

Travel Tips for Kuantan

Kuantan Fishing Village

by ATXtraveler

During our trip to Kuantan, I would recommend that you go visit some of the off the beaten path areas. One of these is the fishing village that is located right on the coast. This village was known for its fishing, as evidenced by some of the fresh catch of the day here in the photo.

Just outside of this main little market area, were the fishing boats, and literally people were buying the fish as it rolled off the ship decks! It really does not get much fresher than that!

Bon Appetito!

Restoran Baru Hock Hin

by chiabh about Restoran Baru Hock Hin

The restaurant is a corner lot along Jalan Penjara... The restaurant is not air-conditioned but cool and airy... The speciality is fozhou food... I was surprised of that as my source of information states that it is a Hainanise food... The fozhou food such as fish maw spicy soup is delicious although we did not try the mein shin in red wine...

The restaurant is open for lunch and dinner... It is closed on Mondays...

Taman Gelora

by runwitme

Contrary to its name, Taman Gelora (Gelora literally mean rough in context of sea) is tranquil and great place to relax. It is a park with jogging track built by the seaside. Many placid lakes and ponds in the park add natural charms to this place. Abundant pines trees here provide much protection from the harsh sunlight to joggers. It is also a popular place for outdoor wedding photography due to its scenic and peaceful surroundings.


by barbskie

Kuantan, the state capital of Pahang, is fast gaining popularity as a beach resort. The region around Kuantan is also well known for village festivals and for the craft of weaving pandanus leaves into mats, hats and baskets. Woodcarving and batik are also traditional crafts in this part of the country.


by airasia

Pahang is the largest state in Peninsular Malaysia.

Pahang has cool green mountains, rain forests, hill resorts, tranquil fishing villages, long stretches of sandy beaches, mysterious caves and unspoilt lakes.

Over to the East Coast, offers the finest in beaches such as the famous Cherating Beach, Teluk Chempedak and Beserah Beach in Kuantan. There are the renown hill resorts of Cameron Highlands, Genting Highlands and Fraser's Hill. For adventure, there is parks such as Kenong Rimba, Endau-Rompin and Taman Negara (National Park).

I was in Kuantan for a short assignment. And was i suprise to see how things are in this small town.


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