Temerloh, Malaysia · 12 hotels available
C29 – C30, Jalan Tengku Ismail , Temerloh Town, Temerloh, Pahang, Malaysia, 28000
NO.46, Jalan Chengal 2, Taman Chengal, Temerloh Town, Temerloh, Pahang, Malaysia, 28000
Lot Pt 370/6/92, Jalan Hamzah, Temerloh Town, Temerloh, Pahang, Malaysia, 28000
No.1 Jalan Terkukur, Off Jalan Merbah, Temerloh Town, Temerloh, Pahang, Malaysia, 28000
No. 29-31, Jalan Dagang 1, Dynaton Bukit Angin, Temerloh Town, Temerloh, Pahang, Malaysia, 28000
Jalan Dato Ngau Ken Lok, Temerloh Town, Temerloh Town, Temerloh, Pahang, Malaysia, 28000
No. 4, Jalan Jaya 3/3, Taman Jaya 3, Temerloh Town, Temerloh, Pahang, Malaysia, 28000
C98, Jalan Dato Ngau Ken Lok, Temerloh Town, Temerloh, Pahang, Malaysia, 28000
No. C308-11, Jalan Tengku Ismail, (Jalan Kuantan), Temerloh Town, Temerloh, Pahang, Malaysia, 28000
No.6,Jalan Bahagia 23,Taman Bahagia Perdana, Temerloh Town, Temerloh, Pahang, Malaysia, 28000
The Temerloh district was established on July 1, 1889 when J. P. Rodger, the first Pahang Resident divided Pahang state into six smaller administration areas which are Pekan, Rompin, Kuala Pahang, Kuantan, Temerloh and Hulu Pahang. Before the British colonization, Temerloh was governed by several headvillagers (Village level) and Orang Besar (dignitaries) under the Pahang's administration of the "Orang Besar System". As of population, the Temerloh's people were mainly Malay and Orang Asli and there were also small groups of Chinese and Arabs. Temerloh is an area located at central of Pahang about 130 kilometres from Kuala Lumpur along the Kuantan–Kuala Lumpur trunk road. On top of that, Temerloh is the second largest town in Pahang after Kuantan and is situated at the junction of the Pahang River and the Semantan River.
"Temerloh" refers to the territory under the administration of Temerloh Municipal Council or Majlis Perbandaran Temerloh, which includes the smaller towns adjacent to the city such as Mentakab, Lanchang, Kuala Krau and Kerdau. Temerloh district is bordered by Maran district on the east, Bentong on the west, Jerantut on the north, and Bera on the south. Located by the banks of the Pahang and Semantan Rivers, Temerloh is rich with a large variety of freshwater fish which is called Patin catfish.
From Kuala Lumpur, you can reach Temerloh by using E8 road that takes around 1 hour and 50 minutes.
This place is known as Kuala Gandah Elephant Sanctuary and was established in 1989. It serves as a base for elephant relocation programme aimed at saving, rehabilitating and relocating elephants from areas that are under threat of encroachment and destruction. Elephants in Peninsular Malaysian belong to the Asian elephants (Elephas maximus) and it is listed as a critically endangered species with less than 1,200 wild elephants roam in Peninsular Malaysia. This place displays documentary about the team’s effort in helping to relocate and rehabilitate the creatures and visitors may have a chance to feed the elephants who will be lining up in a row within their own enclosure. The elephant creates vital natural pathways by knocking over trees, allowing smaller species to feed, as well as dispersing plant seeds via its dung. However, due to habitat loss, elephants are forced to hunt for food in areas surrounding forest such as plantations and orchards. This initiate human-elephant conflict when they started to raid crops on a massive scale. This is why the translocation team catch and relocate these elephants in order to minimize the damage and also to harm to the elephants.
Mount Senyum is located in Pahang about 45- minute drive from Temerloh and it is a limestone outcrop which around 478 metres above the surrounding oil palm-dominated countryside. There are facilities such as a park management office, a food stall, campsite, toilets and surau. The Mount Senyum Cave is also one of the magnificent caves in Malaysia which will definitely enrich your traveling experience in Asia. There will be a total of 20 caves to explore in the Mount Senyum Cave and every single cave in the Mount Senyum Cave is unique with its limestones and numerous insects.
Strategically located at Temerloh, Pahang Darul Makmur, Nur Temerloh provides affordable and comfortable accommodation to our guests. There are selection of twin sharing room, double room and family room to choose from and these rooms are equipped with amenities and complimentary toiletries. Besides that, there are also services such as housekeeping, 24- hour counter desk and free parking.
Situated only 8.5 km from the city center, guests enjoy the town's attractions and activities. The hotel features 49 beautifully appointed guest rooms, many of which include complimentary internet access, air conditioning, desk, mini bar and balcony/terrace. Besides, the hotel's host of recreational offerings ensures you have plenty to do during your stay. There are also free toiletries and hot-water showers and ironing facilities are available on every floor. Besides that, the friendly English-speaking staff at the 24-hour front desk can assist you meeting and parking facilities.