Pahang Darul Makmur
Pahang is the largest state in Peninsula Malaysia. Nearly two-thirds of the state is enveloped by verdant rainforests, making it a magnificent enclave of lush greenery, exotic wildlife and natural treasures.
Malaysia's largest hill resort is characterised by a refreshing temperate climate and mesmerising highland panorama. It is made up of undulating valleys, sprawling tea plantations, terraced flower gardens, vegetable farms and a strawberry park. Cameron Highlands is also Malaysia's leading producer of fresh vegetables, flowers and tea.
National Park (Taman Negara)
Sprawling over three states, it is Malaysia's largest national park and one of the world's oldest rainforests. It is over 130 million years old and home to a vast diversity of flora and fauna, as well as some amazing natural landscapes. Gunung Tahan, the highest mountain in Peninsula Malaysia, and the world's longest canopy walkway is situated in Taman Negara.
Endau-Rompin State Park
Transcending two states, Endau-Rompin State Park is Peninsula Malaysia's second largest national park, after the National Park. This unspoilt nature reserve is habitat to some truly exotic flora and fauna, including some endangered species such as the Sumatran rhinoceros and the Bengal tiger.
Hailed as one of the world's finest beach destinations, Tioman Island is steeped in legend and natural beauty. The island's waters are a diver's paradise, filled with a diverse range of aquatic species and vibrant corals. According to folklore, Tioman Island's dragon-like shape is attributed to the tale of a dragon princess who was so enamoured by the beauty of the waters that she stayed there forever, becoming an island over time.