Jerantut, Malaysia · 23 hotels available
Jerantut Pahang Hospital is located in the District of Jerantut. It was completed in early 1977 and was built on 9.3 hectares of land. Jerantut Hospital was inaugurated on 26 January 1979 by the Sultan of Pahang, Sultan Haji Ahmad Shah Ibni Sultan Abu Bakar Riayatuddin Al-Muadzam Shah.
The hospital has started outpatient treatment operation on 16 July 1977 and fully operated on 1 August 1977. It was followed by other support services covering the Emergency Unit, X-ray Unit, Pharmacy Unit and Medical Record. While Inpatient treatment services start operating with 49 beds. This Jerantut Pahang Hospital provides care and medical services to residents around the city and district.
You can board a flight from Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA) to Sultan Haji Ahmad Shah Airport, Kuantan. From the airport, you can take a taxi or local bus to Jerantut Pahang Hospital where it takes approximately 2 hours driving or 166 km away.
Jerantut Pahang Hospital is easily accessible by driving where you can drive from Kuala Lumpur direct to Jerantut via Karak Highway where the journey takes approximately 2 hours. Jerantut Pahang Hospital located just 5 minutes from Jerantut Town.
You can travel to Jerantut by Bus from Kuala Lumpur and any other part of Malaysia. If you travel from Kuala Lumpur you can take SE Express from Terminal Bersepadu Selatan to reach Jerantut. From there you can either take bus or taxi to reach Jerantut Pahang Hospital where it takes only 5 minutes to reach there.
You can start your trip to visit Bukit Istana that is located only 2 km from Jerantut Pahang Hospital. The name of this hill in conjunction with the existence of a palace on the hill that existed around the 60's which is a palace of Sultan Abu Bakar when the sultan visited Jerantut. You can climb to the top of Bukit Istana to have a panorama view of Jerantut town.
Kompleks Gua Kota Gelanggi is one of the main tourist destinations that you can visit while in Jerantut. It is suitable for the adventure seeker to explore this 150 million-year-old historical and mythical caves and witness its unique flora and fauna. You also can experience the beauty of the stalagmites and stalactites as well as the unique and strangely shaped rock formations.
If you are looking for a nice place to relax with a beautiful, clean with fresh air, Lata Meraung Waterfall is an ideal place to visit while in Jerantut. The location is just 16km from Jerantut Pahang Hospital. There were a golf course and recreation park, just a stone throw away from the waterfall.
Gunung Benom is the tenth highest mountain in Peninsular Malaysia with a height 2107 meters above sea level and is the second highest mountain in Peninsular Malaysia after Gunung Tahan. Gunung Benum located between the borders of three districts of Jerantut, Temerloh and Raub. The topography of this area covers hilly with a flat low-lying marshy area in several parts of the reserve.
National Park is the perfect place if you love rainforest and outdoor activities.You can get to experience walking on the world’s longest canopy walkway, visiting the aborigine village, trekking under the rainforest canopy, climbing the highest mountain in Peninsular Malaysia, caving, fishing, camping, observing wildlife, and many more.
Staying at Hotel Darul Makmur is a wise choice when you are visiting Jerantut. The distance is only 711 meter from Jerantut Pahang Hospital. This 3-star hotel has modern rooms with free Wi-Fi and offers easy access to Malaysia’s East Coast Highway. This hotel is the best spot for you who desire a comfortable stay in Jerantut.
NKS Hotel is a good choice when you are visiting Jerantut. This 1-star hotel is conveniently located in Jerantut town. For travellers who wish to travel with cheaper price, NKS Hotel is the perfect place to stay.