Berkelah Falls is a cascade of waterfalls located in Pahang, Malaysia. It is about 50 km away from Kuantan in the direction of Maran. The falls consist of eight cascades with the final fall falling from a height of 100 m.
Kenong Rimba Park, Pahang, is in the Kenong Valley and is a fascinating place for those who wish to visit the best wildlife reserves in Malaysia . This place is sure to leave an indelible imprint in your memory on the virtue of its scenic beauty. This place is home to some incredible limestone caves that have the Kenong River flowing swiftly below. The serenity and silence that pervades the air are occasionally interrupted by the twirping of the feathery friends and the rippling sound of the water. Kenong Rimba Par... read more
Air Batang is one of the unique beaches in the world. Air Batang captivates the hearts of the tourists with its stretchy sea shore along with concrete roads giving in an unusual combination. Local hospitality and people are some of the prime features of Air Batang. At top of that, easy reach from Penuba Bay and Monkey Beach makes Air Batang a must place to visit.
Activities at Air Batang
Air Batang is finest place for swimming, diving and much other enjoyment. People especially loving adventures must once expe... read more
Salang Beach is one of the most eminent places in the Tioman Island. Salang Beach instates phenomenal beauty and astonishing sea shores. Although there has been loads of tourist pressure as people coming here are really ascending day by day.
But still, the nonpareil beauty of Salang Beach is enough to captivate minds and souls. In addition, beautiful resorts, hotels, people and variety in foods makes this place awesome.
Malaysia is said to be truly Asia and the reall colors and fragrance of Malaysia is hidden... read more
Find your way through exquisite waterfalls, scenic jungles and natural ridges to the reach Juara Beach that falls in the Middle Eastern region of Tioman Island in Malaysia. The beach there is an expanse of white sand that meets the green water and keeps you hooked with its hypnotic charm. The area there is relatively unexplored and has a tranquil atmosphere- perfect for those wanting to relax. The unforgettable locales and the quiet atmosphere keep the travelers coming back for more in this untainted beach, which i... read more
This trail starts from the ranger's base camp at Sungei Relau and winds through 4.1km of lowland forest to Pasir Gelenggang. The journey takes about 2 to 4 hours to complete. Crossing the Negeram River is necessary for this trail so be prepared to get your feet wet!
About 1.6km long, this trail also starts from the Sg. Relau ranger's station and ventures only 300m along a rough, unkempt trail through peat swamp and flat ground. Not a difficult trek but possibly need a guide as the ent... read more
Not too far from the sweltering heat of the city, lies an ethereal land high above the sea - peaceful and calming. Morning dew settles on the fronds, reflecting rainbows of the sun like windows on soap bubbles floating on a breeze. Low, lingering clouds envelop the rolling hills sweeping in chilly air and thin frail mist in the wee hours of the morning. About 103km from Kuala Lumpur is an area of seven hills originally named Ulu Tras just coming down the Titiwangsa Range. This range is the backbone of Peninsular Ma... read more