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~Must visit their beutiful beach [Teluk Chempedak .TanjunRhu ]
~Must try laksa Pahang is noodle eat with fish cocount gravy mix with black paper
~Must try the seafood in kuantan is fresh and delilous at baserah and tanjung Lumpur
~Must try the local dishes like asam pedas is gravy cook ala soup with chili and fish ,nasi
dagang , nasi lemak , kuih apam , kuih nerang where cook with sugar and flour and their fried it
~Must roadshow transport
Updated Sep 8, 2007
Address: Baserah ,Teluk chempedak
Walking the streets of Kuantan at dusk or at dawn you can hear bird calls, at dusk they are about to go to sleep and at dawn they are about to fly away searching for food. This is especially so where the streets are still lined with trees. At Jalan Bukit Ubi and Jalan Tun Dr Ismail for example.
However during broad daylight you can still hear bird calls but mostly man made through speakers. Read my blog;
Updated Apr 26, 2007
Address: Junction Jalan Bukit Ubi/Jalan Tun Dr Ismail.
Every Sunday morning, a Sunday market is held near the Kuantan Stadium. All the local delicacies are sold there. Plus the daily needs of the people like poultry, meat and fish.
On the Sunday afternoon and evening a similar market is held near the lakes of Taman Gelora, an open space off the Jalan Telok Sisek, within view of the mouth of Kuantan River.
Written Apr 24, 2007
Address: Near the Kuantan Stadium.
This is a small park its located opposite the golf course and is favourite amongs locals for picnic. There's a small mini zoo here and children playground and its greens with trees and flower plants.
My friend and his son tried the horse riding. Its expensive as they charge per head even for children. (RM10.00 per head).
Updated Apr 16, 2007
Address: Taman Terumtum, Kuantan
Sungai Pandan Waterfall is 30 minutes from Kuantan. The falls is popular among local and during weekend for family picnics. The fall ends in a large pool. The water is very cool and refreshing.
Updated Apr 10, 2007
Address: Sungei Pandan Waterfall
Beserah is a fishing village situated 10km from Kuantan. This town iswell known for its seafood and grill fish restaurant.
The Beserah fishermen has a unique practice with water buffaloes. These buffaloes are brought to the beach to assist in pulling the boat and carrying the fished. This was done so many years ago I am not sure if this practice is still ongoing.
Updated Apr 10, 2007
Located just 5km from Kuantan town, Teluk Cempedak beach is a favorite among local folks. Its suitable for water sport activities like swimming, surfing and jet-skiing. Beware of undercurrent during high tied though and lookour for the flag and warning.
Updated Apr 10, 2007
Address: Teluk Cempedak
Do visit the Sungai Lembing Museum and see the glory days as Pahang’s richest manufacturer of tin, before the drop in the price of that commodity in 1984.
This is the town that I was born and each time I go to Kuantan I will make a point to visit it. It’s always bring back memory. Visit my Sungai Lembing page.
Written Feb 28, 2007
Address: Sungai Lembing, Kuantang, Pahang
This delightful beach only 5km from the town of Kuantan, is the site of several world class hotels. It is an excellent beach for water sports activities like sailing, surfing, skiing & sunbathing. Recently, the sole fast food outlet McDonald's carried out a major renovation to beautiful and expand its business premises. A stone's throw away is the famed Hyatt Regency Resort. There are also several nightspots and seafood restaurants which offer a variety of dishes at reasonable prices.
Updated Jan 6, 2007
One of the only two natural lakes in Peninsula Malaysia, both of which are located in the state of Pahang. Located approximately 100km from Kuantan town, the capital of Pahang. Chini is a lake that was formed from the natural damming of a river valley, accessible by a out-board motorboat ride under the canopy of some very old and interesting tropical trees lining the narrow winding river, orchids and birds and monkeys.
With its well-known myths, the lake has attracted many visitors from various destinations. Legend has it that a mythical dragon lives in the lake and is the guardian of a lost city of gold, which was once situated at the lake. The Jakun people - an Orang Asli (aboriginal) tribe of Malay origin - who live around this body of water also believe that the serpent Naga Seri Gumum (Loch Ness Monster) is the spirit and guardian of the lake. Nevertheless, these legends have enticed numerous archeologists to conduct scientific expeditions in Chini. For me, here's a great escape from the hectic of everyday's life, enjoying what really nature means to be.....for nature lovers a must!
Updated Nov 18, 2006