Kuala Rompin Travel Guide

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Kuala Rompin Things to Do

  • Sail Fishing

    Sail fish is one of the attractions in this area. Sail fish is considered a game fish and so happens this is one of the plases in the world that's on its path of migratory. Hence, there's a place one can stay to stay and enjoy the fishing and food.

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  • Another Gateway To Tioman

    Tioman Island is not just accessible from Mersing but also from here in Tanjong Gemok at Kuala Rompin. The price for: Adult Two Way RM 70.00. Child Two Way RM 50.00.For more info regarding the rate , time schedule and extra trip during holiday season you can call : Fast Ferry Ventures Sdn. Bhd. 09-4131997 / 1998.Fax :09-4131996 / 1336 . OR Nawari...

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Kuala Rompin Hotels

  • Rompin Beach Resort

    Lot 340, Jalan Pantai Hiburan, Kuala Rompin, Pahang, 26800, Malaysia

    Satisfaction: Terrible

    Good for: Business

Kuala Rompin Restaurants

  • by hlim6 Updated Apr 4, 2011

    This seafood restaurant is the biggest one (10K sqft with 20K sqft of free parking slot) in Kuala Rompin district, located near the Tanjong Gemok Jetty port to Tioman Island. This restaurant serves all famous chinese and local dishes, especially fresh seafood. Please see the url below for more information.

    http://www.geocities.com/hlim6/Hitaco.html

    Favorite Dish: My favorite disk is crab with special sauce. recommend all to try.

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    • National/State Park

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Kuala Rompin Transportation

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    by imran8852 Updated Mar 21, 2007

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    The best and convenient way to see Malaysia is with your own vehicle or self-drive.

    Sorry to say that Public transportation in Malaysia is still not very reliable in some places

    BUT this beautiful country really have soooooo much to offer!

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Kuala Rompin Warnings and Dangers

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    by genie47 Written May 1, 2005

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    Most public beaches in Malaysia do not have lifeguards on duty. Beaches like Pantai Hiburan on Boxing Day is deserted. Swim at your own risk!

    Pantai Hiburan, beautiful and can be dangerous
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Kuala Rompin What to Pack

  • Insects repellent, Medication For stings...

    Insects repellent, Medication For stings And Bite And Also Lime Paste.Insects repellent for mosquitoes and also medication for stings and bite (in case you get stung by a jellyfish)If you get bitten by the notorious small insects either mosquitoes or sand flies (The bite from sand flies is much more nastier and itchier than mosquitoes) even...

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  • Liquid paracetamol is hard to find

    Tropical wear recommended. If possible, get clothes with high tech synthetic fibres. They breathe much better. Cotton is comfortable but will leave you heavily soaked. With children, it is best to bring your own liquid paracetamol syrup.Mosquito repellant is a must when visiting Endau-Rompin National Park. Sandals recommended. Very versatile...

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  • Don't Forget Insurance

    If your current health insurance doesn't cover you while your abroad, you should consider getting international travel insurance just in case something should go wrong.

Kuala Rompin Off The Beaten Path

  • Pantai Hiburan

    A beach at Kuala Rompin itself. Quiet and unspoit.Meritus Hotels and Resorts group has just built a resort called the Meritus Wudani Resort on this stretch. Expect the beach to be well maintained and clean.

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  • An unspoilt waterfall: Mahkota Falls

    Waterfall is in Endau-Rompin National Park. Splendid and beautiful. Mosquito repellant is a necessity since this is a jungle of sorts. Accessible by road.Drive along Trunk Road 3. If heading up from Mersing, look out for the sign to turn left to Endau-Rompin National Park. Coming from the north from Kuala Rompin, you will need to make a right turn.

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Kuala Rompin Sports & Outdoors

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    by imran8852 Updated Mar 21, 2007

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    The long stretch of jetty in Kampong Pantai Bernas is one of the favorites spot to anglers. This place is not just popular with the local but others as well.

    Equipment: Bring Your Own Fishing Rod And Baits

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Kuala Rompin Favorites

  • White Sandy Beach Polluted With Rubbish

    Most beaches at the East-Coast of Malaysia Peninsula is beautiful but sadly they are polluted with rubbish … Seems like not everybody loves nature, some people just take things for granted…Maybe someday people will start to appreciate what Mother Nature has offered, BUT WHEN? When it's already too late or when everything is gone?

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  • The Bridge That Link...

    What link Johore and Pahang was also the mark of the territorial border...When you cross the bridge from Endau, you will enter the state of Pahang Via Kuala Rompin and vice versa.

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  • Tip 1

    A very common view while you are in the territory of Rompin. This is the seaside dwellers of Rompin, a very common scene to show to readers a general idea of how Rompin look.

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