Discovered in 1885, Cameron Highlands stands at 1,829 metres above the sea level. This cool calm and picturesque mountain air will reveal just how treasured this mountain hideout is especially for those who want to relax and escape the hustle and hustle of the cities. Kg Taman Sedia a Malay settlement in Cameron Highlands offers homestay accommodation.
Leban Chondong is in Rompin district and an 18km away from Royal Town of Pekan. The traditional Malay Village with wooden-made houses of the villages promises a great vacation for the visitors while the locals are in great proud to greet them. Spending time in the village would be the most valuable experiences to enjoy with. Wonderful environment and friendly people are just a few of the many to be experienced with.
Kuala Medang, a typical Malay Village located in the hinterland of the state amidst fast flowing rivers, rapid and verdant pristine jungles virtually untouched, is a perfect hideaway to tourists who seek a different style of vacation. The friendly villagers await the coming of the visitors. The homestay accomondations at Kuala Medang are cosy, cheap and comfortable, complemented with the attractive and itineraries.
Kampung Janda Baik is in Bentong District, located about 40km from Kuala Lumpur. Relish its fresh air, the ambiance of a basic retreat settled within the greenery of the place. You can't miss the road that leads to the place as the verdant greenery of the Karak- KL, near Genting Sempah, before reaching the tunnel at both ways from either Kuala Lumpur or Bentong town, basic amenities comprise electricity and wide coverage of telecommunications access is also available. Visitor can be assured of a comfortable stay with host families.
Located some 13KM from Raub, Kampung Sungai Pasu is the centre boasts of a natural lake, lush greenery and freshwater fish pond. One of the locations for the local programme, Sungai Pasu has won the title as the cleanest and most beautiful village in Pahang for a number of times.
Jengka 25 located amidst oil palm plantations covers an area 630 hectares which were developed in 1978. It is about 20km from Jengka Town Centre and 180km from the state capital, Kuantan. Here, tourists can experience the greeneries of palm iol and rubber plantations. Interesting packages and programmes are tailor-made especially for the tourists who seek a vacation with a difference.
Rumpun Makmur located amidst oil palm plantations covers an area of 630 hectares which was developed in 1978. It is about 20km from Jengka Town Centre and 170 km from the state capital, Kuantan. This place is a thriving settlement in the oil plantations. Where one can experience staying with the friendly and warm villagers and their lifestyle.
Seri Makmur is located about 70km from Kuantan and it is Pekan District. As one of the villagers in the district of Pekan. This village is easily accessible by roads. The villagers are mostly traditional farmers. You will be fascinated by the array of banana trees, maize farms and fishing in Sungai Pahang using the Malay traditional fishing equipments.
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.
Located at the western part of Pekan Town, close to the second largest natural lake in Pahang-Tasik Chini. The village is easily accessible bu road. It is a new settlement situated some three two kilometers from Sungai Lembing from Sungai Pahang., the largest river in Peninsular. The homestay of Kampong Baru Salongoffers various kinds of activities giving opportunities to the visitors to experience living in a pure Malay village.
Jerantut Homestay is located in the town of Jerantut of Pahang, Malaysia. Jerantut is well-known as the gateway to Taman Negara, the 130 million year old tropical rain forest. The property is a 45-minute drive from Taman Negara. Free WiFi is available.Jerantut Homestay is a semi-detached house with its own compound and garden. It features air-conditioning and ceiling fans. It comes with a kitchen and a living area as well. The secured parking area can accommodate up to three cars. The bathrooms include a heated shower, and all bed linens are provided. You will also find a flat-screen TV, refrigerator and washing machine in the house.Bicycle hire can be arranged for free. This property also has one of the best-rated locations in Jerantut! Guests are happier about it compared to other properties in the area.
Kampungstay Desa Murni is a holiday destination located at Temerloh,Pahang,Malaysia. Just 15 minutes from Temerloh Toll of Lebuhraya Pantai Timur.We offered a peaceful place to stay during your holidays and vacations as the atmosphere here surely ease your mind and for sure, away from the hustle and bustle of the city. The rooms, houses, facilities are build with love. The design engraved with “Kampung” style and mix with modern styles, will give a different view to you about a vacation and holiday at “Kampung”. Experience Homestay/Kampungstay in Malaysia by visit Kampungstay Desa Murni . Enjoy the famous Ikan Patin Tempoyak, the activities that origin from the villages nearby. Feel like home! Your are so welcomed here.
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Jalan Putra Square 4, 25200 Kuantan, Pahang
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