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Kuala Lumpur - Kuantan 2 Days 1 Night Free & Easy Tour (Return)

Kuala Lumpur - Kuantan 2 Days 1 Night Free & Easy Tour (Return)
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-Pick-up & drop-off locations : Klang Valley Hotels, KLCC, KL Sentral,KLIA, KLIA2, LCCT, Subang Skypark

-Pick-up time available from 0600am - 0900am

-Suggested tourist spots : Teluk Chempedak, Pantai Teluk Tongkang, Mini Zoo Kuantan, Sultan Ahmad Shah State Mosque (Masjid Sultan Ahmad Shah), Heroes Museum (Muzium Tokoh), Kuantan River Cruise, Balai Senilukis Pahang, etc.

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-Pick-up & drop-off locations : Klang Valley Hotels, KLCC, KL Sentral,KLIA, KLIA2, LCCT, Subang Skypark

-Pick-up time available from 0600am - 0900am

-Daily Itinerary start at 0800am and end at 0600pm

-Suggested tourist spots : Teluk Chempedak, Pantai Teluk Tongkang, Mini Zoo Kuantan, Sultan Ahmad Shah State Mosque (Masjid Sultan Ahmad Shah), Heroes Museum (Muzium Tokoh), Kuantan River Cruise, Balai Senilukis Pahang, Sepat Beach (Pantai Sepat), Lao Zi Temple, The Bakau Forest Reserve (Mangrove Reserve Forest), Ten Thousand Buddhas Hall / Wan Fo Tien Temple, Sultan Haji Ahmad Shah Agriculture Park / (Taman Pertanian Jubli Perak Sultan Haji Ahmad Shah), Beserah Beach (Pantai Beserah), Black Stone Beach (Pantai Batu Hitam), Natural Batik Village, Balok Beach (Pantai Balok), Cherating Beach (Pantai Cherating), Cherating Turtle Sanctuary, Chendor Beach (Pantai Chendor), Sungai Lembing, Charas Caves (Gua Charas), Pandan Waterfall (Air Terjun Pandan), Sungai Lembing Museum (Muzium Sungai Lembing), Panorama Hill, Rainbow Waterfall (Air Terjun Perangi), Tapis Mount (Gunung Tapis), Bukit Gambang Resort City, Agro Resort Sungai Semuji, Berkelah Waterfall (Air Terjun Berkelah), Hutan Lipur Jerangkang / Jerangkang Waterfall

Cherating is a beach town in Pahang, Malaysia, located about 47 km north of Kuantan. It is the location of Asia's first Club Mediterranee (Club Med). Cherating also houses a cultural village and a turtle sanctuary. The turtles lay their eggs between July and August
Pantai Cherating

Teluk Cempedak is a famous beach in Kuantan, Malaysia. Teluk Cempedak is located 5 kilometres east from the town centre in Kuantan. The white sandy beach and the beautiful casuarinas and pine trees line the coast, with some rocky promontories facing the incessant waves of the South China Sea
Teluk Chempedak

Balok Beach is a peaceful and relaxing sandy beach on its own. It still retains these qualities on weekends when families with their little ones in tow would set up camp at choice locations for their picnics and off-day sojourn. It is great relaxing on the soft white sands, play volleyball and various other beach activities. It's waters are suitable for snorkeling, scuba diving, swimming, skiing, sunbathing, surfing or sailing
Pantai Balok

There are a group of big black stone along the beach believed to come from volcano errosion. It is located 10 kilometers from the Kuantan city. The beach is suitable for swimming and you can also find beautiful seashells along the beach to keep
Black Stone Beach (Pantai Batu Hitam)

Just 10 kilometers south of Kuantan is Sepat Beach, a stretch of over 10 kilometers of white sandy beach that is poised to develop into a major weekend destination. A popular spot among campers, the beach is set amidst traditional fishing villages
Sepat Beach (Pantai Sepat)

Balai Senilukis Pahang is located in Kuantan, as the main center to promote and develop the arts and crafts industries of the state. Throughout the years, it has firmly established itself as one of the major places to showcase the works of artists mainly from Pahang as well as from the surrounding states
Balai Senilukis Pahang

The Kuantan river cruise takes visitors through the picturesque landscape of a 500-year-old mangrove forest reserve that spreads along the Kuantan River. The swamp, which covers an area of 340 hectares, is home to fascinating varieties of estuarine plants, birds and fish species
Kuantan River Cruise

Next to Teluk Chempedak is Kuantan’s best-known secret - Pantai Teluk Tongkang, which is connected to Teluk Chempedak by a short wooden bridge. Pantai Teluk Tongkang is what tropical beaches are all about - at least to those who crave for peace and beauty. It is not far from wrong to say that the water here is crystal clear and is very tempting, indeed
Pantai Teluk Tongkang

This museum depicts the personalities, heroes and notables who contributed immensely to the political and cultural history of Pahang
Heroes Museum (Muzium Tokoh)

The Sultan Ahmad Shah State Mosque is Pahang's state mosque. It is located in Kuantan, Malaysia
Sultan Ahmad Shah State Mosque

Sungai Lembing is a tin mining town 42 km northwest of Kuantan in Pahang, Malaysia. The pit mines were closed in 1986 due to high operational costs and low yields, but during their heyday they were among the largest and deepest in the world. The total tunnel length is 322 km, with a depth of between 610 m and 700 m. A museum highlighting the tin mining industry was opened in 2003. The museum is housed in an old bungalow once used by the mine manager. The museum houses a collection of mining artifacts
Sungai Lembing

The Lao Zi temple / Dragon Temple is one of the must-see tourist hot-spots on a visit to Kuantan
Lao Zi Temple

It is located about 2 kilometers from Cherating and a natural extension of Cherating beach. The beach is usually not very crowded compared to other beaches in the area. You can also try traditional foods like otak-otak, satar, and keropok lekor near Chendor town
Chendor Beach (Pantai Chendor)

Located near Taman Teruntum next to the Kuantan golf course
Kuantan Mini Zoo

The small fishing village of Beserah is located about 10 kilometres north of Kuantan town. Beserah is famous for its fresh catch from the seas as well as preserved and dried sea products, including salted fish and shrimps
Pantai Beserah

Panorama Hill is one of the recreational centres in Sungai Lembing. There are various recreational activities for the public, such as jungle trekking and many more. The beauty of this hill is that visitors will be able to enjoy the spectacular view of sunrise as well as the scenery of sunset. Panorama Hill stands 291 metres above sea level. Its popularity is as such that it receives a continuous flow of visitors during weekends to enjoy captivating views of sunrise and the greens surrounding the hill
Panorama Hill

Gunung Tapis is the 18th tallest mountain in the Peninsula, standing at 4, 957 feet above sea level. There is a park which is well maintained around Gunung Tapis which also offers camp sites, hot springs, white water rafting activities in rapid flowing river, catching big fishes as well as a large school of mahseer fish
Gunung Tapis

The Bakau Forest Reserve (Mangrove Reserve Forest) of 339 hectares is covered with lush verdant vegetation growing along Sungai Kuantan, and is believed to have been in existence circa 500 years ago. Its strategic location situated in the middle of Kuantan city is an attraction for both the local or international tourists, who ventured there to view its unique and preserved environment
The Bakau Forest Reserve (Mangrove Reserve Forest)

Rainbow waterfall is accessible from Sungai Lembing town which is located 45 kilometres from Kuantan. The famous rainbow is best seen in the morning
Rainbow Waterfall

Berkelah Falls is a cascade of waterfalls located in Pahang, Malaysia. It is about 31–35 km away from Kuantan City in the direction of Maran. The falls consist of seven tiers
Berkelah Waterfall

The falls is a popular recreational spot with a tall, broad and near vertical drop spectacular waterfall that ends in a large natural pool
Pandan Waterfall

This temple is a beautiful place with cool breezes wafting through the hall, and peaceful serenity within the compound. Visitors are welcome to enjoy the quietness of the place
Ten Thousand Buddhas Hall / Wan Fo Tien Temple

The Sungai Lembing Museum was built to re-live the glorious days of Sungai Lembing as Pahang’s richest manufacturer of tin. The overall concept of this museum is to utilize various media and exhibition techniques. The arrangement of this museum is according to historical chronology, happenings, and artifacts to make it easier for visitors to see, understand and visualize every information displayed
Sungai Lembing Museum / Muzium Sungai Lembing

The waterfall is located 17 kilometers from Paya Gelugor. Visitors might need to use 4WD to arrive there. According to the local, there are about 40 separate waterfalls
Hutan Lipur Jerangkang / Jerangkang Waterfall

The Agro Resort Sungai Semuji in Kuantan offers a holiday of tranquility and fun in the midst of a tropical wilderness. Here, you will happily find modern-day convenience harmonized thoughtfully with a host of leisure pursuits of the nature kind
Agro Resort Sungai Semuji

The 300-hectare park serves primarily as a research station and one of the many agriculture development centers in the country. It is divided into fruit orchards, arboretum, spice farms, recreational park, campsites, an exhibition centre, research station and a forest reservation area. The park now offers you a pleasant introduction to the many exotic tropical plants, fruits and spices
Sultan Haji Ahmad Shah Agriculture Park / (Taman Pertanian Jubli Perak Sultan Haji Ahmad Shah)

Bukit Gambang Resort City, covering over 500 acres, will be the first and largest water park resort city in East Coast. Bukit Gambang Water Park offers non-stop fun and excitement in an area spanning across 45.8 acres! Among the unique and fascinating attractions available include a man-made 17.1-acre lake with breathtaking views and also suitable for a wide variety of fun water sports
Bukit Gambang Resort City

The Charas caves lay about 25 kilometers northwest of Kuantan at Panching on the Sungai Lembing road. Formed millions of years ago and carved out by the forces of nature these caves offer an interesting sojourn. In the interior of the cave is a small statue of Buddha and the monks living quarters. Further inside is a 30 foot long statue of the reclining Buddha
Charas Cave (Gua Charas)

Established in 1997, the Turtle Sanctuary Centre is located along the Cherating Beach in Pahang, occupying 0.33 hectares of land
Cherating Turtle Sanctuary

Natural batik Village is a business of Batik which is developed more than 20 years ago by the owner named Ghazali bin Che Omar. The factory itself occupies a sprawling 86000 square feet in Balok and houses not only the manufacturing facility but also the East Coast’s largest batik showroom
Natural Batik Village Batik Factory

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