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Tourism in Pahang: what you need to know

To prepare for your to Pahang journey, you must first have the right information. We have targeted the best things to do on the spot, retained hotels with good prices and amenities, and collected tips for transportation. And we are doing our best to illustrate our words with maps and pictures.

Where to stay in Pahang

In Pahang to spend the night you will find mostly hotels and their perceived quality is overall pretty okay. From one hotel to another you will find significant differences in terms of quality . Prices may also vary. Tip: follow the hotel recommendations of this article to be sure to make the right choice!

3-star hotels in Pahang

The best choice will undoubtedly be the Jerantut Hill Resort, an establishment below the average. Consider also the Hotel Darulmakmur, which is pretty okay.

Guesthouses in Pahang

In Pahang and in the immediate surroundings there is a guesthouse, the Greenleaf Guesthouse. It's a not very confortable hotel.

Questions and Answers

What is the best hotel in Pahang? The best place to stay in Pahang is at Jerantut Hill Resort in Jerantut.

What is the best 3 stars hotel in Pahang? The best 3 stars hotel in Pahang is the Jerantut Hill Resort in Jerantut.

What is the best 2 stars hotel in Pahang? The best 2 stars hotel in Pahang is the The Baiti in Bandar Pusat Jeng.

How to get to Pahang

Going to Pahang by plane

Sultan Haji Ahmad Shah Airport : located 78 km of Pahang, the airport has 112 flights per week. It is served by 3 airlines that offer 2 destinations.

Regional destinations with the most frequencies of flights from Sultan Haji Ahmad Shah Airport :

  • Singapore : flights operated by Firefly and Tiger Airways

Domestic flights from Sultan Haji Ahmad Shah Airport :

There are 1 airports accessible by direct flights, operated by Malaysia Airlines.

  • Kuala Lumpur : flights operated by Malaysia Airlines

Low cost airlines to Sultan Haji Ahmad Shah Airport :

  • Singapore : flights operated by Firefly and Tiger Airways

Sultan Abdul Aziz Shah Airport : located 126 km of Pahang, the airport has 112 flights per week. It is served by 1 airlines that offer 1 destinations.

Regional destinations with the most frequencies of flights from Sultan Abdul Aziz Shah Airport :

  • Singapore : flights operated by Firefly

Kuala Lumpur International Airport : located 142 km of Pahang, the airport has 112 flights per week. It is served by 55 airlines that offer 130 destinations.

Well-served international destinations include:

  • Sydney : flights operated by Malaysia Airlines and Airasia X
  • Perth : flights operated by Malaysia Airlines, Tor Air and Airasia X
  • Melbourne : flights operated by Malaysia Airlines, Airasia X and Tor Air
  • Jeddah : flights operated by Saudia, Malaysia Airlines and Airasia X
  • London : flights operated by British Airways and Malaysia Airlines
  • Adelaide : flights operated by Malaysia Airlines
  • Muscat : flights operated by Oman Air
  • Medina : flights operated by Saudia
  • Dubai : flights operated by Emirates
  • Brisbane : flights operated by Tor Air and Malaysia Airlines
  • Other cities with medium and long haul direct flights to Kuala Lumpur International Airport : Plaine Magnien

Regional destinations with the most frequencies of flights from Kuala Lumpur International Airport :

  • Singapore : flights operated by Malaysia Airlines, Airasia, Silkair, Tiger Airways, Tor Air, Jetstar Asia Airways, Singapore Airlines, Air Mauritius and Ethiopian Airlines
  • Bangkok : flights operated by Malaysia Airlines, Thai Airways International, Thai Smile, Royal Jordanian and Bangkok Airways
  • Jabodetabek : flights operated by Malaysia Airlines, Airasia, Lion Air, Tor Air, Zambia Airways, Klm, Garuda Indonesia, Interlink Airlines and Air Exel
  • Denpasar : flights operated by Malaysia Airlines, Tor Air, Zambia Airways, Airasia, Interlink Airlines and Airasia X
  • Phuket : flights operated by Malaysia Airlines, Airasia and Tor Air
  • Hong Kong : flights operated by Malaysia Airlines, Cathay Dragon, Airasia and Tor Air
  • Metro Manila : flights operated by Malaysia Airlines, Philippine Airlines, Airasia, Zest Airways and Cebu Pacific
  • Ho Chi Minh City : flights operated by Malaysia Airlines, Airasia, Tor Air, Vietnam Airlines and Vietjet Air
  • Dhaka : flights operated by Malaysia Airlines, Tor Air, Biman Bangladesh Airlines, East African Safari Air and Airasia
  • Phnom Penh : flights operated by Malaysia Airlines, Airasia and Tor Air
  • Other regional destinations accessible by direct flight from Kuala Lumpur International Airport : Bangkok.

Domestic flights from Kuala Lumpur International Airport :

There are 15 airports accessible by direct flights, operated by Malaysia Airlines, Airasia and Tor Air.

  • Kota Kinabalu : flights operated by Malaysia Airlines, Airasia and Tor Air
  • Penang : flights operated by Malaysia Airlines, Airasia and Tor Air
  • Kuching Division : flights operated by Malaysia Airlines, Airasia and Tor Air
  • Langkawi : flights operated by Malaysia Airlines, Airasia and Tor Air
  • Johor : flights operated by Malaysia Airlines and Airasia
  • Bintangor, Sarawak : flights operated by Malaysia Airlines and Airasia
  • Kota Bharu : flights operated by Malaysia Airlines and Airasia
  • Miri : flights operated by Malaysia Airlines and Airasia
  • Kedah : flights operated by Malaysia Airlines and Airasia
  • Labuan : flights operated by Malaysia Airlines, Airasia and Tor Air
  • Other domestic destinations accessible by direct flight from Kuala Lumpur International Airport : Tawau Division.

Low cost airlines to Kuala Lumpur International Airport :

  • Singapore : flights operated by Malaysia Airlines, Airasia, Silkair, Tiger Airways, Tor Air, Jetstar Asia Airways, Singapore Airlines, Air Mauritius and Ethiopian Airlines
  • Penang : flights operated by Malaysia Airlines, Airasia and Tor Air
  • Kuching Division : flights operated by Malaysia Airlines, Airasia and Tor Air
  • Kota Kinabalu : flights operated by Malaysia Airlines, Airasia and Tor Air
  • Langkawi : flights operated by Malaysia Airlines, Airasia and Tor Air
  • Bangkok : flights operated by Airasia, Tor Air and Thai Airasia
  • Denpasar : flights operated by Malaysia Airlines, Tor Air, Zambia Airways, Airasia, Interlink Airlines and Airasia X
  • Jabodetabek : flights operated by Malaysia Airlines, Airasia, Lion Air, Tor Air, Zambia Airways, Klm, Garuda Indonesia, Interlink Airlines and Air Exel
  • Ho Chi Minh City : flights operated by Malaysia Airlines, Airasia, Tor Air, Vietnam Airlines and Vietjet Air
  • Phuket : flights operated by Malaysia Airlines, Airasia and Tor Air
  • Other cities with direct low cost flights to Kuala Lumpur International Airport : Kota Bharu.

Charter and seasonal flights exists from :

  • Frankfurt : flights operated by Condor Flugdienst
  • Kathmandu : flights operated by Malaysia Airlines, Tor Air, Rayyan Air and Airasia X

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