Exciting things to see and do at our beach resort in Kuantan.
Hyatt Regency Kuantan Resort is located on stunning beachfront of Teluk Cempedak with family oriented resort facilities. Create memorable and energising family stay experiences with two outdoor swimming pools, kid's zone, children's activities and family amenities on request. For family activities around the sea, head up to the mini zoo nearby, visit the turtle sanctuary or take a trip to watch the fireflies.
Frequented by locals and tourists, this restaurant has an open-air area facing the sea. It is known for its crab dishes such as its popular Pak Su stuffed crab, and clay pot flower crab with white pepper and cheese lobster.
This restaurant is famous for its piquant curry mee (noodles), which are served with juicy pieces of chicken, cockles, beansprouts, tofu puffs and a hot broth infused with fragrant lemongrass, ginger and other spices.
This ferry cruise sails down 500-year-old mangrove swamps that span more than 300 ha (741 ac). Rich in native flora and fauna, visitors may even catch a glimpse of monitor lizards lazing around after a midday meal.
Taman Teruntum Mini Zoo
The oldest mini zoo in Pahang houses animals such as gibbons, crocodiles, ostriches, bulls and many more. Entrance is complimentary.
The newest shopping centre strategically located in the new commercial hub of Kuantan, comprising all the shopping, dining, play and entertainment experience that you can spend quality time with family.
Visit one of the largest night markets in Kuantan, which is held every Saturday at the Urban Transformation Center (UTC).
The Pasar Tani (farmers’ market) is held every Sunday morning at UTC, offering fresh seafood and local produce.
Those planning to catch this waterfall’s unique rainbow should be ready to start the journey early, as the rainbow can only be seen in the morning. It is approximately a one-hour drive from the hotel, plus another 45 minutes of trekking to the falls.
Make a journey to the royal town of Pekan and explore its colourful display of cultural heritage. Visit the Royal Palace and stables, Sultan Abu Bakar Museum and Pulau Keladi Cultural Village, which houses the Pahang Silk Weaving Centre.
Sungai Lembing Town
Previously an industrial tin-mining town, Sungai Lembing had one of the largest mines in the world in the 1860s. Remnants of its mining operations can now be seen at the Sungai Lembing Mining Museum, where you can go through parts of the underground mine.