There’s a place called The Acacia Retreat, a resort in Bentong on the edge of the Krua Wildlife Reserve in Malaysia, some 46 km from Kuala Lumpur. It’s a part of the world that encourages you to get back to basics; as children and adults alike spend lesser hours outdoors preferring to be huddled with their hi-tech gadgets and computers, we reverse this on a 360-degree scale. Outdoor recreation promotes wholesome physical development. Explore the acres of green environment, develop your muscle strength and coordination and gain self-confidence – that’s the miracle of being nature’s best buddy. Here, find all of your favourite pastimes of the bygone era resurrected to life – games and sports inherited and passed down generations of descendants to those of the 21st century. Rise with the sun, frolic with nature and set with the moon.
The hot spring in Bentong Pahang that is located about an hour drive from Kuala Lumpur is absolutely famous among nature enthusiasts. Situated in the surrounding of invigorating rainforest, ēRYAbySURIA Hot Spring Bentong offers an accommodation and a restaurant that is managed by ēRYAbySURIA. The location is not far from the city, about 69 km away from the north of Kuala Lumpur via Karak Highway.
Dusun Eco Resort Training Village is located in the district of Bentong, Pahang. The theme of the resort is Eco Tourism with emphasis on ecology. The name of lecture halls, chalets and hostels are named of flowers, fresh water fishes, birds and wild jungle trees which are available in the tropical rainforest in Pahang. Since the resort is in Bentong district, the name of several villages in Bentong are named after the villages such as Karak, Janda Baik, Lebu, Lurah Bilut, Telemong and Simpang Pelangai. While towns in Pahang are also named to the chalets such as Kuantan, Maran, Jerantut, Temerloh, Raub and Lipis. Some of the lecture halls are named after the fresh water fishes such as jelawat, patin and haruan and not to forget also the name of 3 mukims which divide the district are named Bentong, Sabai and Pelangai.
No 33 & 33A, ICT Hub, Indian Town,
Jalan Putra Square 4, 25200 Kuantan, Pahang
T: +609 568 1623/1624
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