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Things to Do in Pahang

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From quick jaunts to full-day outings.


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What travellers are saying

  • One Knee
    Muar, Malaysia45 contributions
    Took a return ride. The view of Malaysian forest was beautiful during sunny day. We could experience fog and windy weather when return. A wonderful experience with little one :) If you have small children, please give it a try! (The awana sky way was closed, so we chose genting sky way).
    Written 12 April 2023
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  • Ronald L
    Denver, CO2,916 contributions
    Reached the Kuala Gandah National Elephant Conservation Center around noon. Part of our tour from Kuala Lumpur. Also called Selamat Datang. Watched a movie before going out to view the elephants. We were able to feed the elephants and watch them getting a bath in the river. Then went to the stands and watched their trainers interact before we were offered photo opportunities.
    Written 28 March 2020
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  • Suchitra Ray
    Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia333 contributions
    Located atop a mountain in Genting Highlands, Malaysia, the Chin Swee Temple is a prominent religious site that attracts visitors from all over the world. This stunning temple is dedicated to the Buddhist saint Chin Swee, who is believed to have possessed supernatural powers and the ability to perform miracles.

    The temple was built in 1976 and has undergone several renovations since then. Today, it stands as a magnificent architectural wonder that blends traditional Chinese and modern elements. The temple is surrounded by lush greenery and offers breathtaking views of the surrounding mountains and valleys.

    One of the most striking features of the temple is its towering statue of Buddha, which stands at 15 meters tall. The statue is made of concrete and is painted gold, making it a shimmering sight to behold. Visitors can climb up to the statue and offer their prayers or simply take in the stunning view of the surrounding landscape.

    The temple complex also features several other attractions, including a garden, a fish pond, and a pagoda. The pagoda is a seven-story structure that houses various Buddhist relics, including statues, scriptures, and other artifacts. Visitors can climb up to the top of the pagoda and take in the panoramic views of the surrounding mountains and forests.

    Another popular attraction at the temple is the Sky Terrace, which is a glass-floored platform that extends out from the side of the mountain. The Sky Terrace offers a thrilling experience as visitors can look down at the sheer drop below them and take in the stunning view of the surrounding landscape.

    The temple is also known for its ornate decorations and intricate carvings, which showcase the best of Chinese craftsmanship. Visitors can admire the intricate details of the temple's architecture and marvel at the skill and dedication of the artisans who created it.

    Aside from being a popular tourist attraction, the Chin Swee Temple also serves as a center for Buddhist education and spiritual practice. Visitors can attend meditation sessions or participate in various religious activities that take place throughout the year.

    In conclusion, the Chin Swee Temple is a must-visit destination for anyone visiting Genting Highlands or Malaysia. Its stunning architecture, breathtaking views, and spiritual ambiance make it a truly unique and unforgettable experience.
    Written 16 March 2023
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  • akhbarbuang
    10 contributions
    In case you did not have a vehicle or part of a tour package, you can opt for the jungle walk, around 3-4 hours.

    Atop, reward yourself with amazing views and the cold breeze.

    You can continue to walk into the mossy forest, have to get tickets at the counter near the entrance.
    Written 1 June 2023
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  • Aishah Fz
    1 contribution
    the service is good and the staf is friendly so i really recommended to all travelers also it’s very fun for family activities
    Written 9 May 2023
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  • DANIEL R
    Riau Province, Indonesia14 contributions
    good view and sightseeing. great experince. not recomended for people who have high altitude phobia. on your way to first world awana skyway, you can stop at chin sui temple. highly recomended. better purchases the ticket online in advance
    Written 15 March 2023
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  • pianocello
    Shah Alam, Malaysia1,330 contributions
    There are good views and you can get transport directly to the tea plantations. It is a little expensive but worth the trip.
    Written 1 June 2023
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  • Zaid
    2 contributions
    Nice beach for couples and families. Very lively with live music, beach facing fast food chains, local eateries and cafes, and has nice walkway overlooking the beach leading to trekking paths into the mini jungle where you'll be greeted with not overly friendly monkeys. Relatively the cleanest beach in the east coast. It's ironic that you can't find a single cempedak goreng at Teluk Cempedak though, which remains the only disappointment about the place for me. 4 out 5 recommended. Unless if you want to find cempedak goreng.
    Written 18 March 2023
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  • Ms Nieh
    Sabah, Malaysia197 contributions
    It could be due to the pandemic, as some of the store no longer operating as well as some empty slot can be seen. Basically all stores in GPO (Genting Premium Outlet) is similar with what JPO (Johor Premium Outlet) had so nothing special to mention about.
    Written 13 November 2022
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  • KB
    2 contributions
    Very good. But after paying so much to get in, it would be appreciated if the lockers and the food inside were more affordable.
    Written 6 May 2023
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  • Jonathan10001
    Amsterdam, The Netherlands9 contributions
    Started the trail and the end of Jalan Carnation 2, the trail starts behind a building site and there is a small sign that says trail. The first photo is how the begining looks like. The first 3k of the trail are very steep and technical, going straight up over a lot of roots and then down through a steep slope which is quite overgrown. Then it flattens out and is easily walkable and you walk through the beautiful fields. It took us 3,5 hours with breaks.
    We really liked the whole trail, a must is to download maps.me and download the Malaysia map so you know for sure where you are going.
    Written 10 January 2023
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  • Spyer2015
    Singapore River, Singapore63 contributions
    Big farm but we were unable to pluck the strawberries as they mentioned the harvest was low and we could only pluck lettuce instead. Was a great disappointment as we drove up a long way just to pluck strawberries.
    Their shops selling goodies and the mini cafe were not bad.
    Written 25 August 2022
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  • Ryan Peggy
    Shah Alam, Malaysia43 contributions
    A good place to see lots of historical household items that are placed in settings that brings back warm memories. Good place to introduce the younger generations for a chance to glimpse back on how the days were back in time. Entrance ticket at RM6 and can spend roughly 1 hour here.
    Written 12 August 2020
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  • pianocello
    Shah Alam, Malaysia1,330 contributions
    It is a little expensive and you have to go through a row of shops selling tourist stuff. However there's quite a lot to actually see and take photos.
    Written 6 May 2022
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  • Alii Lee
    Melaka, Malaysia1 contribution
    My friend recommended we book cataferry as it is clean and comfortable - she is right! No seasickness despite the strong waves, instead the ride was so peaceful I dozed off many times and tried to stay awake to gaze at the sea 😭

    Service was great, your staff are friendly when I ordered some snacks and drinks 🥰

    Had a pleasant time to and fro mersing-tioman via cataferry. Will definitely book this ferry again when I come 💕
    Written 18 May 2023
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