Gambang Travel Guide

  • The Gambang toll
    The Gambang toll
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  • The Gambang Washroom building
    The Gambang Washroom building
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    the signboard
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Gambang Things to Do

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    swimming at the hotel pool

    by DaHongHua Written Nov 2, 2012

    Many of the domestic tourists enjoy swimming in the swimming pool, The Arabian Resort, Bukit Gambang Resort City, Gambang, Pahang.

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    The ACTIVE Life Camp : outdoor sports

    by DaHongHua Written Nov 2, 2012

    To those who prefer outdoor activities and sports, the ACTIVE Life Camp can organise an interesting day for you or your organisation. The games in the Life Camp are horse riding, 4 wheel off road driving, paint ball game, hanging bridge, hanging rope balancing and etc

    the front office of the camp
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    Bukit Gambang Water Park recreation

    by DaHongHua Updated Nov 2, 2012

    Local people who love water games and swimming would prefer to spend their weekend together with their friends and family at the Gambang Water Park situated inside the Bukit Gambang Resort City. The water theme park charged an entrance fee for you to enjoy all the water games in the park.

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Gambang Restaurants

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    E'S Garden Restaurant: A family restaurant in an ATTAP hut

    by DaHongHua Written Apr 29, 2013

    In April 2013, there are more than 6 restaurants on business in the evening to serve the community, among them 3 are Chinese seafood or Chinese style restaurants. I choose to dine at E'S Garden as its has more cars parked out side. The operators are from a family, they speak Hokkien and Cantonese. The dining hall is covered with attap leaves, it is rather rare and unique nowaday.

    Favorite Dish: Deep fried Tilapia, steamed bean curd, salted fish fried meat with onion leaves and fried vegetable.

    the signboard the attap roof the food are delicious the hot and spicy steamed taufu
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    The road side Malay stall: Roti canai and Nasi lemak

    by DaHongHua Written Nov 2, 2012

    If you do not like Chinese food which are mostly served together with pork and their cooking method is definily non halal, the Malay stalls are available just opposite the road. They serve roti canai and nasi lemak which are malaysian favourite food in anywhere.

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    Ah Kuang Restaurant, Gambang: Baked or steamed bread, noodle etc

    by DaHongHua Updated Nov 2, 2012

    Along the small town in Gambang, there are Chinese, Malay and Indian restaurant, slow down your driving speed, you can easily identify them and decide to stop for a meal. I suggest you take a chance to try these local food rather than to have pricely buffet breakfast provided by the hotel. I enjoyed the eating environment during my childhood time, eating at a crowded restaurant, overage building but clean table, with the food individually cooked to serve you.

    Favorite Dish: Baked bread with yinyong spread ( butter and kaya ),
    steamed bread with peanut spread,
    half boiled eggs,
    hot pot noodle, wantan noodle, curry noodle

    A typical Chinese restaurant the food serving cabinet Wantan noodle with yong tau foo topping all orders are individually cooked enjoy a good breakfast to start a day
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Gambang Transportation

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    To Gambang via East Coast Highway

    by DaHongHua Written May 2, 2013

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    If you travel from Kuala Lumpur to Gambang via East Coast Highway, you can turn out at the Sri Jaya interchange, after you pass Maran.
    If you are from Kuantan town to Gambang, Kuantan friend would guide you to drive on Jalan Gambang, the old road to save some toll fees.
    If you use GPS to guide you, the system would probably guides you to the highway, then you turn out at Gambang interchange, before Sri Jaya.
    Sri Jaya interchange is at the West and Gambang interchange is at East.

    The Gambang toll The Gambang Washroom building
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Gambang Favorites

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    General Post Office

    by DaHongHua Written Nov 2, 2012

    Favorite thing: Opened : weekdays
    Closed : Sunday and Public Holidays

    Fondest memory: If you travel from Kuantan town, the post office is at your left when you arrive at Gambang.

    It was closed on Sunday
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