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Ranchan Pools
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Pengkalan Kempas Historical Co
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Fort Cornwallis
Islamic Museum
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L.A Hot Spring
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Beriani Gam Johor
Sultan Abu Bakar Mosque
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Gulai Nangka
Wakaf Che Yeh
D Borneo
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Pahang is blessed with famous hill resorts with cool mountain air, internationally renowned beaches and islands, serene lakes, spectacular waterfalls and intriguing caves. This largest state in Peninsular Malaysia is also home to the world’s oldest rainforests filled with exotic and even endangered flora and fauna. As its coast, the virgin jungle relaxes into peaceful and rustic fishing villages, a stunning contrast to the multi cultural and sophisticated state capital, Kuantan.

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