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Luxury Hotels in Rompin, Malaysia

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About

The Rompin District is a district located in the southeastern corner of Pahang, Malaysia. Rompin is currently belongs to Rompin District Council. The district covers an area of 5,296 km and located 130 kilometres from Kuantan, the capital city of Pahang. It is bordered to the north by Pekan District, to the west by Bera District, to the south by the state of Johor, and to the east by the South China Sea. The main town is Kuala Rompin and other town located in the district is Bandar Muadzam Shah. Main tourist attractions in Rompin are the island resort of Tioman Island. Kuala means an estuary in Malay language. As the name suggested, Kuala Rompin is located next to the Rompin River.


This once slept village used to be well known for its watermelon plantation, blue pincer prawns and offshore commercial fishing. Now you can find convenience shops, 7-11, and even fast food Kentucky fried chicken. Next to Kuala Rompin is one of the world’s oldest rainforest, the Endau Rompin national park. This 200-million-years-old jungle has many hidden flora and fauna including the endanger Malaya rhinoceros, tapir, sun bear, tiger etc. We can occasional spot wild boar frolicking near the hotel or a troop of long tail/pigtail macaque monkey by the roadside. A huge monitor lizard is also a common sight. Even the jungle bird, Pier Hornbill is commonly spotted.


How to Get There

By Bus

There is a bus running from Kuala Lumpur to Kuala Rompin. Bus from KL departed from Terminal Bersepadu Tasik Selatan, you can reach there by taxi, LRT or train from KL Sentral.


Tourist Attractions

Tioman Island

Tioman is in Pahang within the Mersing Marine Park, which contains fewer commercial islands such as Sibu Island. The primary gateway Mersing is in Johor. In the 1970s, Time magazine selected Tioman as one of the world’s most beautiful islands. The densely forested island is still sparsely inhabited. Also it is surrounded by numerous white coral reefs, making it a haven for scuba divers from around the region. You will find enormous monitor lizards across the island and in the kampongs you will often see them sifting through the rubbish piles looking for food. There is also an abundance of domestic cats. Rubbish control on the island is still in a development stage, apart from in some of the resorts. So expect some less than pristine circumstances, but there is no doubt that at June 2011 places such as Air Batong are making progress on this front, encouragement required.


Hotels

Lanjut Beach & Golf Resort

Spread over 500 acres of land and flanked by a private beach stretching along 3.5km, Lanjut Beach & Golf Resort provides the perfect setting for you to fall in love with nature. The resort offers variety of recreational facilities include beach sports, fishing activities, jungle trekking, cycling, fireflies and clams picking. Located at Kuala Rompin, the Johore-Pahang border on the East Coast of Peninsular Malaysia, this charming resort is a hidden gem waiting to be discovered. It is an ideal choice of accomodation for all, either corporate or leisure. Known for its paradise on earth, the resort offers unknown pleasures and luxuriate in Mother Nature's cradle. Lanjut Beach & Golf Resort is set amidst the best environment Malaysia has to offer: with the lush unspoiled 130 million years old tropical rainforest of Endau Rompin National Park and pristine golden sandy beaches, both just a stone's throw away. Its 86 units of rooms feature Deluxe, Chalet, Villa for guests' selections, Lanjut Beach & Golf Resort offers variety of recreational facilities include golf course, beach sport, fishing activities, night jungle walk, jungle trekking, cycling, fire flies and clams picking. The east wing of the resort, a soon-to-be opened resort boasts a striking double height lobby with 196 beachfront rooms and suites, an outdoor swimming pool, spa, ballroom and meeting facilities. The modern and contemporary resort is adjacent to an 18-holes scenic view golf course set on the fronting of pristine South China Sea.


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