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    the HSCB Building

    by globetrott Written Oct 11, 2014

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    This is the MSCB Building next to the scenic Sultan Ahmad Shah Mosque and obviously the architects of this bank-building tried to build something that matched perfectely to the mosque.

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    Taman Gelora

    by mary2u99 Written Feb 28, 2007

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    The town swimming pool is located at this area and it is a popular sport for local to come and jog in the evening and for picnics. There is a night market here every Sunday night.

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    Sunrise @ Teluk Chempedak

    by runwitme Written Mar 21, 2005

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    The early bird gets the worm. If you are a morning person, you are in luck for a great sunrise at Teluk Chempedak @ approximately 6-6:30 am.

    Pictures taken at Hyatt Regency

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    Balok Beach

    by mary2u99 Updated Apr 10, 2007

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    Balok Beach located 15km from Kuantan and is popular for water sports activities. Balok is the venue for the annual international windsurfing competition.

    Balok Beach
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    Sultan Ahmad Shah Mosque

    by afsarbaf Written Jan 2, 2006

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    This is one of the most prominent land feature of Kuantan city. A large mosque in blue and white. At night with lighting it gives an incredible look.

    Sultan Ahmad Shah Mosque

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    Pantai Teluk Cempedak

    by ishi01 Written Jan 15, 2004

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    Nice sandy beaches. Clean too. WIth many stalls for dietary needs. They have Mc donalds too for those who want to know.

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    Sultan Ahmad Shah Mosque

    by yipsufen Updated Sep 18, 2004

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    With its distinct dome and minarets in a pastel shade of sky blue and mint green, the State Mosque stands regal as the most prominent structure in the capital.

    Sultan Ahmad Shah Mosque at night
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    Pahang State Mosque

    by runwitme Updated Jun 17, 2004

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    Located right smack in town center, this magnificent building is hard to miss. It is the biggest and most beautiful mosque in Pahang.

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    Morning jog at Kuantan River Side

    by DaHongHua Written Jul 23, 2012

    Wake up early and go to Kuantan River side to have your morning exercise and breathing the fresh air of Kuantan. The park is along the left of the Jalan Besar, Kuantan. Many hotels are here.

    A good angle for a sunrise photo but I was late. beautiful lighting trees
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    Had an icecream to cool youself in a hot day

    by DaHongHua Written Jul 24, 2012

    Malaysian climate is always hot and humid. The most busy hawker in Teluk Cempedak is the icecream seller and the fresh coconut hawker. Do take a break if you feel hot to relax yourself.

    The icecream seller by the sea side we enjoy having our icecream
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    driving in the city of Kuantan

    by DaHongHua Written Jul 24, 2012

    Self driving in the city of Kuantan is easy. The traffic flow normally move in the constant speed allow you to enjoy the scenery while driving. There are always clear road signs for your reference.

    The state mosque in Kuantan Clear road sign towards Teluk Cempedak The Teruntum Complex
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    Teluk Cempedak

    by hassan_abu Written Mar 24, 2008

    Where it all begins....

    The Japanese landed here when it invaded Malaya in 1940 something... Yah, my history sucks.. I know...

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