Pantai Sepat is popular for its beautiful beaches, located some 14km from Kuantan town center. It is also a typical Malay fishing village apart from its popular outing spot, mainly for a picnic, It is along the way south to the Royal Town and in those days, it is was the main route to travel from Kuantan to Tanjung Lumpur, where despite both places are a stone throw away, however it was separated by a river of Sungai Kuantan. The wooden-made traditional Malay houses are one of the attractions for the visitors, with a large hectare of the padi field. Cows, sheep, and goats are easily seen because most villagers are still active in animal farming as their source of income.
A serene town tucked away about 40km northwest of Kuantan, Sungai Lembing offers a glimpse into Malaysia's by gone days during the British and Japanese eras. As its heyday, Sungai Lembing had the largest subterranean coal mine in Southeast Asia. Located en route to Sungai Lembing from Kuantan in the Charas Cave, a limestone structure which houses a magnificent statue of reclining Buddha.
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Jalan Putra Square 4, 25200 Kuantan, Pahang
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