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The oldest Tropical Rain Forest in the world can only be found in Malaysia, and the best place to discover its secret is none other than the state of Pahang. We are proud to host to Taman Negara( The National Park), the only park in the world that can lay claim to keeping the original Tropical Rain Forest, undisturbed since 130 million years ago.
Hill resorts provide pleasant breaks for the weary travelers to the Far East. After all the exciting adventures in the hot and humid climate, what's more, refreshing than a quiet stay in some of the hill resorts, where one could sit in an open verandah sipping freshly brewed tea or indulging in cream-soaked fresh strawberries.
Pahang, blessed with some 210 kilometers of shoreline, is the perfect playground for seekers of the sun, sands and seas. Visitors are definitely spoilt for choices as the coastline is dotted by numerous stretches of white sandy beaches that are ever-ready to play host even to the most discerning. For the divers, there is Tioman. The island park is teeming with an assortment of exotic marine life that turn the colorful coral reefs as their homes.
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Cherating is located about 45 kilometers north of Kuantan, nesting on the Terengganu-Pahang border and fronting the South China sea. Here, wide gently sloping sandy beaches extend as far as the eyes can see and it is a perfect place for a quiet holiday.
Cherating was discovered in the 1960s, by backpackers who stayed at guesthouses and wooden huts among the coconut groves by the sea. Cherating became well known among visitors since around 1970s when a family called Mak Long Teh share their house with visitors. Today, there are world-class hotels and chalets, including the world renowned Club Med.
Visitors can begin their vacation by strolling along the white sandy beach. A walk on the beach will offer opportunity to collect beautiful seashells and occasionally you may find tiny crabs struggling to find their way out of the sea.
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