Pahang, Malaysia · 3 hotels available
Muadzam Shah Mosque was built on 25 Rejab 1406 equivalent to 5 April 1986 and located at Rompin district. This mosque was designed based on the design of local architecture. The framework and structure of the mosque as a whole reflect the characteristics of traditional Malay houses. It is equipped with a straight-shaped tower, while the upper part of the pyramid-shaped roof resembles the roof of the mosque. Muadzam Shah's Old Mosque, which is in the process of an overhaul with the purpose of raising it requires the public to contribute and conduct a donation to ensure that it is ready before Ramadan to accommodate the number of pilgrims who will attend Tarawih circumcision.
From Kuala Lumpur city centre, it takes around 3 hours and 20 minutes by using North- South highway and Bahau-Keratong road.
There are flights to Kuantan Airport from Subang and Kuala Lumpur International Airport daily. The flight takes around 30 minutes and once you reach, you can rent a car or take a taxi to Masjid Lama Muadzam Shah via Segamat- Kuantan highway for another 1 hour and 20 minutes.
This water park is surrounded by a jungle and visitors can experience many water activities and attractions in the country. There are also wooden cabanas, multiple entry lockers, single, double and family tubes for rental, F&B Outlets, kiosk, prayer room, first aid room, gift shop, top-up counter, washroom, shower room and many more. This water park is open for all ages and the charges for adult (13 years and above) is RM 38.00, Child / Senior Citizen / OKU: RM 28.00, while entrance for citizen 60 years above and child below 90cm is free. There is also promotion for Combo Tickets which is a package of Safari Park and Water Park and the fees are adult is RM 78.00 and Child / Senior Citizen / OKU is RM 58.00.Besides that, there are certain rules and regulations that visitors must follow which are no outside food or beverages allowed into the park and no smoking at designated water park. Self-owned baby strollers and wheelchairs allowed in the park and wearing the proper dress code is highly recommended such as swimming suit or swimming trunk.
The Endau Rompin State Park covers about 488 square kilometres, around 45 kilometres from Kuala Rompin and can be reached via taxi, express buses or rented car. Among the most popular attractions are jungle trails, a visit to the Orang Asli (Jakun tribe) village, rubber tube rafting, night safari (walk or by 4x4), numerous fantastic waterfalls, a few beautiful lakes and river cruises. Besides that, the forest is also home to 600 species of flowers, 140 species of snakes and 150 species of frogs and toads. There are also water-based activities such as white water rafting and tubing along rapid flowing rivers, or canoeing and boating along calmer streams. There are good fishing spots such as located at Kinchin River and Kemapan River. The park also features a cave, called Kelapa Gading Cave, located at a height of 25 metres and in between the cascading flow of Mahkota Waterfalls. As for charges, the admission to Endau Rompin State Park is RM 10 for adult and RM 5 for child.
Lanjut Golden Beach & Golf Resort offers top-class accommodation at Kuala Rompin. At the resort, the rooms come with air conditioning and a TV as well as magnificent sea view. A wardrobe and a private bathroom as well as mini bar are also provided. The facilities and services provided by Rompin Beach brings convenience and comfort of guests such as 24-hour front desk, facilities for disabled guests, Wi-Fi in public areas, car park, family room, fitness centre, sauna and garden. As for dining options, there are daily breakfast offers continental and buffet options and also room service.
Offering 112 guest rooms, Rompin Beach Resorts features facilities such as 24-hour front desk, Wi-Fi in public areas, car park and recreational facilities like swimming pool, sauna and bicycle. The rooms are equipped with basic amenities such as television, coffee and tea maker machine, balcony and seating area.