Pahang is the largest state in Peninsular Malaysia with an area of nearly 36,000 sq. km. It is thinly populated and vast tracts are given over to primeval rain forests, pristine national parks, huge freshwater lakes, formidable mountains and refreshingly cool hill stations. This week we are going to look on what’s new at Pahang.
1. DAY TOUR ELEPHANT SANCTUARY
This is a fantastic opportunities to know about the elephants. You can also learn how these elephants has been displaced in this sanctuary. It would be full of fun and rewarding of enjoyment for the whole family. You will be given chance to ride the elephants, feeding them with your hand, bath them with their trainers in the river. So brace yourself with some wetness when you jump into the river with these elephants. This tour is far more worth it since you will go few more places like batu caves and deerland park in lanchang. Get into this trip now and know more on this places.
2. DAY TOUR NATIONAL PARK
Taman Negara is a vast national park in Malaysia on the Malay peninsula. It encompasses a sprawling tropical rainforest that’s said to be 130 million years old. Kuala Tahan, the main entry point, is a base for the nearby canopy walkway, river trips and treks through the jungle to the top of Mt. Tahan. The park is home to tigers, macaques and birdlife, as well as the enormous flowers of the Rafflesia plant. Explore more places with this tour like bukit teresek, floating restaurant and orang asli settlement. Hurry up, book your tickets now.
3. CAMERON HIGHLAND 4X4 SAFARI
CAMERON ADVENTUROUS would like to give the tourists to Cameron Highlands the firsthand experience in eco-tourism, the opportunity to get their visits worth by exploring the magnificent Tea Plantations in a way they never did before. Safari tours are an ideal eco-adventure product: allowing dramatic wilderness to be experience in a managed, low-impact, safe, compact regulated and accessible way.
4. NATURAL BATIK VILLAGE
Sometimes it is so important for us to preserve and upgrade our Malaysian culture. This is proven when Natural batik village pahang is formed in Malaysia. It began with both passion and dedication to preserve our traditional Malaysian Batik that is been living with us since a long time ago. From the start it was just a kind of hobby by our old generation people then it become a small business and then now it has grown up into a small scale industry which is Natural Batik village Sdn. Bhd. . This industry is all filled with different kind and quality batiks around. There’s silk fabric of absolutely gorgeous design and quality, and these are real batik.
5. KENONG RIMBA PARK
If you’re looking for a holiday off the beaten track, here’s one that will take you right into the deep mysterious heart of wilderness. A nature trip into unknown country untouched by civilization. Discover caves with bats and subterranean rivers, camp overnight beneath a tropical canopy and to the humming of cicadas, and the soothing noise of the deep jungle, fish, swim and bump into the massive white-trunked Tualang, the tallest tree in Asia’s rainforest. Then come back with the new sense of the wild side in you and get to see the world in a fresh new light.