A total of over 1,700 Orang Asli families in Jerantut and Temerloh, Pahang received basic necessities aid through the ‘Give with Ikhlas’ digital donation.
By AirAsia on May 8, 2020
Frankly speaking, when it comes to finding a secret hideaway that is far from the hustle and bustle of the city, Pahang, the largest state in Peninsular Malaysia, is one of my ultimate choices.
By Muhammad Hasif Mohd Jelani on January 1, 2020
Temerloh, Jerantut, and Kuala Lipis are major towns in the state of Pahang situated right in the middle of Peninsular Malaysia surrounded by mountains and rainforests. Just because these towns are not mentioned often due to their remote locations does not mean they are short of interesting things to offer.
By Ed Junaidi on November 28, 2019
Together with other members of media, we recently participated in a three-day-two-night familiarisation trip called ‘Discovery West of Pahang 2018’ organised by Tourism Malaysia East Region Office. The trip focussed on three destinations namely Janda Baik, Genting Highlands and Bentong.
By Muhammad Hasif Mohd Jelani on February 14, 2019
Resorts World Genting to celebrate the New Year packed with a gala of beautiful decorations, Lion Dances, special performances and Pokémon characters
By Resorts World Genting on January 22, 2019
The exciting experience of watching a cinematic masterpiece 6,000 feet above sea level has just gotten a huge adrenaline boost. Bona Cinemas in Resorts World Genting introduced two new experiences on 1 December 2018 that will allow audiences to immerse themselves even further inside the thrilling realm of motion pictures, adding IMAX and Gold Class with D-BOX halls to its gilded cineplex in the heart of SkyAvenue mall.
By Resorts World Genting on December 19, 2018
40ft Giant Pokémon Christmas Tree, Parades, Christmas Carols, a Santorini blue & white Christmas with Santa & Santarinas – you name it we have it all
By Resorts World Genting on December 12, 2018
Start-in-Tioman (SiT) is a premier diving event, the biggest of its kind in Malaysia. Now in its eighth year, the Ministry of Tourism and Culture Malaysia (MOTAC) Pahang Office has been successfully organising this event to put the island of Tioman on the map as the diving spot of choice among local and international divers, including as the getaway destination of choice among sun, sand and sea enthusiasts.
By Muhammad Hasif Mohd Jelani on September 19, 2017
In conjunction with the launch of Visit Pahang Year 2017, Gaya Travel Magazine visited Pahang’s capital city Kuantan and Pahang’s royal town Pekan. Pahang – the largest state in Peninsular Malaysia – is rich with boundless nature, history and great food, which should be savoured by all travellers. The following are the places and attractions that are recommended for travellers to experience when being in Kuantan and Pekan. WHAT TO EXPERIENCE Kompleks Tenun Pahang DiRaja Sultan Haji Ahmad Shah Sungai Soi (Tenun Pahang Gallery) As we all know, Peninsular Malaysia’s East Coast is well known for the region’s hand-woven fabric called songket, which has now become part of the Malaysian culture used mainly during formal occasions. Pahang is known to produce […]
By Halizsha Halim on June 1, 2017
Kuantan, to the Gaya Travel team, seems to be going on the right direction, providing friendly, laid-back dining spots that serve affordable serious food for both locals and travellers alike. The city is turning into a major culinary centre on Peninsular Malaysia’s East Coast through its wide range of eateries in the forms of artsy cafes, classic kopitiams, fine dining and traditional ethnic stalls, so diners will never have any problem in satisfying their palate. For travellers who are new to Kuantan’s gastronomic scene, allow us to introduce you some of the best places to dine, where memorable meals can be enjoyed without having to pay through the nose or drive extra miles to the outskirts. Check out our best 7 spots […]
By Shahida Sakeri on February 6, 2017
Take the time to actually understand the place that you are heading to, its people and culture, and see what positive aspects from that place that you can learn and apply back home – now that is what we call to travel with substance.
By Gaya Travel on November 28, 2016
Gaya Travel explored selected enthralling eco-tourism attractions in Putrajaya & Pahang during Malaysian Mega Familiarisation Programme by Tourism Malaysia.
By Mohd Shahril Fawzy on September 20, 2016
Bamboo raft is synonymous with the earliest mode of transport on Pahang River as it is the most basic of boat design, characterised by the absence of a hull. As such, to reminisce the glorious heritage and the tradition of the people who settled along Pahang River, the National Department of Culture & Arts (JKKN) Pahang, in collaboration with Pahang State Government, organised the Pahang River Rafting Expedition 2014 in conjunction with Visit Malaysia Year 2014 last 14th to 17th of May 2014. 210 contestants from 29 local agencies took part in the competition. I was never into this kind of expedition before. As a matter of fact, I’m not very familiar with Pahang except for its Taman Negara, its highlands (Genting, […]
By Gaya Travel on October 13, 2015
Dating back from the Ice Age, Taman Negara Pahang has been in existence for over 130 million years and it is also considered as one of the oldest rainforests in the world. This slice of untouched and lush tropical wilderness is a haven for thrill seekers and nature lovers from all around the world.
By Anas Abas on November 17, 2014
2013 is thought to be challenging as the effects of recession in the US and Europe will be felt in Asia. However, in the current news, it is predicted that the economies within the Asian region will still remain resilient, albeit going on a slower pace compared to 2012.
By Gaya Travel on February 23, 2013
Start in Tioman (SIT) is a joint effort between Malaysia’s Ministry of Tourism, Tourism Malaysia, Pahang State Government, Divers Association and Diving Centre Operators to further market Tioman to the whole world as an exciting diving spot while creating awareness towards the importance of conserving the island’s marine ecology
By Gaya Travel on February 29, 2012
Pahang, being rich with natural resources, is the biggest state in Peninsular Malaysia located on the East Coast and home to much of the stretch of the Titiwangsa Range. Its highlands offer wonderful landscape for us to explore.
By Gaya Travel on December 13, 2011