The Chamang Waterfall is synonymous with Bentong... Everyone in Bentong has likely been to the waterfall... The waterfall is accessibly by road and is about 10k from the town centre... The waterfall is beautiful by any standard with an area for swimming or just wading in the cool waters of the waterfall...
There is a big carpark... Toilet and changing/bathing facilities are also available for visitors to the waterfall... There are also facilities selling food and drinks... The peak time when the waterfall area is crowded is from 1pm to 6pm on weekends and public holidays...
This shop has been circulated to the third generation to continue doing business.Using secret family recipe.Address : 89, Jalan Chui Yin 28700 Bentong Pahang.Business Hour : Monday to Friday 11am - 7pm , Saturday 11am - 7pm then 8pm - 10.30pm , Sunday 10am - 7pmYou also can view the page on FACEBOOK !! Just type " T.A.K Ice Cream Corner ( Bentong...more
Actually the restaurant is famous for the well known Raub fish head curry. A branch of the famous Ratha restaurant based in Raub. but this restaurant has it's own very well known list of mouth watering indian breakfast menu... ranging from coconut appam, puttu, puri and and many more on the list.The lunch varieties not to be missed. The famous fish...more
The restaurant is newly opened in January 2009 for the Chine New Year... It is air-conditioned and sparkling clean... There is a variety of food available including yong tow foo (YTF), bread and toast and noodles (both soup and curry)...The restuarant is opened daily for breakfast and lunch... The food is fair but a bit pricy for a town like...more
The stall is only opened at night on the left side of Jalan Chui Yin which is closed for the purpose... Besides Ah Waa's stall, there is also a stall selling chicken rice, a dessert stall and stalls selling economy rice and bak kut teh... Ah Waa's char keow teow comes with bean sprouts and cockles... It is the only char keow teow stall in all of...more
The stall sells desserts including home-made ice cream, ABC and cendol... It is related to the more noted Kow Poh Ice Cream Shop along the main road leading to Bentong town... The owner of this stall is the nephew of the Kow Poh owner...The stall is opened daily from 11.00am to about 7.00pm... We tried the ABC after being told that besides Kow...more
Kow Po is what make Bentong famous... All ice cream lovers in Kuala Lumpur knows about this famous ice cream outlet... There are visitors to Bentong or who stop over in Bentong because of the Kow Po Ice Cream... The shop sells ice cream (of course), ice kachang (or air batu campur, ABC in short) and cendul... Although noted for its ice cream, the...more
The shop is noted for its hand-made egg noodles... Stall owner Mr Lee Hooi Chee has been in business for the last 32 years and the service is fast and friendly... You can choose your noodles in soup or tossed in dark soy sauce topped with barbecued pork slices... The thick, milky coffee is also great here...The satll is opened daily but closed on...more
So do other towns in Malaysia, Bentong has its bus terminal for all short distance and long distance buses to drop and pick up their passengers. I missed to drive in to the Hentian Raya Bentong to have a close look of where buses go to and where they come from, but I managed to get some photos while fill up at the Shell station. The Esso station is before the Shell station.
SQM is a tidbit and is made from flour, egg, magarine, salt and sugar as ingredients... it is popular as a dessert at the end of a meal or just as a tidbit with coffee or tea... SQM is very popular in Ipoh, Kampar and Bidor (all towns in the state of Perak)... But the best so far that I have tasted is sold at this stall in Bentong... Besides the...more
This confectionery factory is set in a village house in Kg Kemansur... It is home-made by hand and is noted throughout Bentong... The pasties are sold directly by the bakery thru Mrs Mok, a middle aged woman, at the back entrance of the Bentong market, along Jalan Chui Yin... She will usually be stationed there after 8.00am in the morning until...more
The shop is the second shophouse on the main Jalan Ah Peng which runs thru Bentong town on its way to Raub... You can see some of the buns and pastries displayed inside the shop...The shop is opened daily from about 8.30am to 7.00pm... Baking is not done on Saturdays... The shop bakes its own buns and breads thru the years... According to Mr Khor,...more
At Bentong town center, one can easily notice so many (at least 10 above) Clansmen houses at anywhere. These Clansmen houses were special built houses for peoples of the same family-name to gather and gamble (play mahjong, cards), etc. Clansmen houses serve another purpose which is to have your name and portrait photos display there for long long time for others to admire, etc.
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Every night, there are hundreds of bombers from the sky... These bombers, aka sparrows, will settle down on the electrical cables along the roads of Bentong... they can be found also on the balcony railings of shop houses... They usually arrive at dust, around 6.30pm and will leave for the trees surrounding the town by 10.00pm...
After the night attack, bird droppings can be seen coveing their cars by unwary drivers who have the misfortune to park their cars under the electrical cables... The side of the roads are also covered by bird droppings... If you are "lucky", you will experience being bombed if you happen to walk under the electrical cables when the birds release their "bombs"... If you hear the birds chirpping all at the same time, run as this will followed by the bombs dropping in waves...
The Kuala Gandah Elephant Sanctuary is located about 60km from Bentong town and 120km from Kuala Lumpur... You have to exit at Lanchang Interchange (exit 816) on the East Coast Expressway, where it is short drive away...The sanctuary was set up by the Department of Wildlife and National Parks in 1989 for translocating elephants displaced by...more
The Hutan Lipur Lentang (or Lentang Recreation Park) is run by the Forestry Department... Located off the KLumpur-Karak Highway, it is about 40km or 45 mins drive from KLumpur and about 1km from the exit to Berjaya Hills towards Bentong... There are lots of parking spaces near the entrance and along road side by the river... There are toilet and...more
About 60km from Bentong town is DeerLand... You should exit (Exit 816) at Lanchang and turn right after the toll plaza until you come to the T-junction... The right road leads to the DeerLand and the left leads to Kuala Gandah Elephant Sanctuary...DeerLand is a private mini zoo of sort... Owner and caretaker is Abdullah Mahmud... Although the main...more
The 18-holes par-71 course is part of the awana condotel on the way to Genting Highlands... The course plays to 6,117m from the blue tees with the par-35 outgoing Nine playing to 2,994m and the par-36 incoming Nine to 3,123m... The course is rather hilly and undulating... It is a very challenging course with cow grass fairways... The water and...more
There is only one golf course in Bentong... The Bentong Golf Club is a 9-hole course about 3km from the town centre... The course is next to a military camp and the fairway is of cow grass... It is the only golf club with cow grass greens in Malaysia... There is not much club facilities except for the golfer's terrace for food and drinks... and a...more
Bentong is a small town but quite big in area. I went there few times with group of friends when we go for hiking at the Genting Highlands, on the way back we stop at Bentong for meal and for sightseeing but no photos. I can remember we eat at the restaurant with a big signboard in Chinese with strong big slogan "Enough fire, taste first class !"...more