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Johor Bahru is the capital city of Johor in southern Malaysia, neighbor of Singapore. This city was founded in 1855 when sovereign ruler of Johor establish his administrative headquarters here.




  Kuantan
Batu Pahat lies in the southeast of Muar, southwest of Kluang, northwest of Pontian, and south of Segamat in the state of Johor. The capital of this district is the Bandar Penggaram.




  Cherating
Cherating is a sun filled land, a renowned beach area in Pahang, Malaysia. Situated 47km from the town of Kuantan, this fun-filled land can be reached easily by road via the Karak Highway.



 
Bukit Fraser
Fraser Hill is a cooling and quiet colonial hill station sitting gracefully on one of the hilltop of Pahang.


 
Taman Negara
Muar is the royal city of the state of Johor which geopolitically situated in Muar District. It is the main and biggest town of the bigger entity region, which the district covers the whole area formerly boders Malacca in the northern part.


 
Janda Baik
Muar is the royal city of the state of Johor which geopolitically situated in Muar District. It is the main and biggest town of the bigger entity region, which the district covers the whole area formerly boders Malacca in the northern part.


   
 
     
 
 
     
 
 
     
 




 

Pahang is the largest state in the Peninsular Malaysia. It is also unique in the sense that the state’s name symbolizes “Tranquility”, which thus gives you a hint of the relaxation you will experience when visiting the state. Pahang has been actively involved in tropical timber and fishery productions for decades. It is also a nature-loving state with its everlasting support towards the preservation of the nature.

When one visits Pahang, one will never be able to forget the various attractions and trademarks the state has to offer. The capital of Pahang is Kuantan. Besides being able to experience the various local cultures in this capital city, Kuantan is also an interesting place to stop by in Pahang due to various reasons. Kuantan is not only a place where you can enjoy shopping, but it is also a place where you can get to experience the mouth-watering local snacks and handmade foods.

Besides of Kuantan, various other attractions in Pahang also include Bukit Tinggi and Cameron Highlands, which are the state’s famous highland attractions. Various accommodations – hotels and resorts – are prepared for tourists who wish to have a relaxing time enjoying the cooling highland weather and experiencing the beauty of Malaysia’s nature in the same time.

Tourists who wish to experience more sandy experiences are recommended to reside in the beachside resorts and hotels, especially those in Cherating. Cherating is one of Pahang’s most well-known beaches and it is especially known for its silky sand beaches along with its exciting water sports.

You may also find accommodations in places where you would be expecting more adventurous activities such as the National Park (Taman Negara). This rainforest has more than 130 million years of history and is definitely a good place for nature-loving tourists to reside and explore.

 




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