Rompin, the southern most district of Pahang has an area of 5,246 square kilometers. The seaside town of Kuala Rompin, largest in the district, serves as the gateway to both the Endau-Rompin State Park as well as the Island of Tioman.
Kuala Rompin is renowned for its freshwater prawns. The months of September and October are the best times to visit Rompin to see the giant freshwater prawns near the Rompin River, Nenasi River and Anak Endau River. Another notable place of attraction is the Seri Mahkota Endau Rompin Waterfall.