Teluk Chempedak is located about 5 kilometres from Kuantan. It has long been a very popular and favorite weekend retreat for the locals. The white sandy beach and the beautiful casuarinas and pine trees line the coast, with some rocky promontories facing the incessant waves of the South China Sea. All these combined to make the beach serene and at the same time delightful. You can take a stroll on the wooden walkway at Teluk Pelindung nearby, and watch the waves breaking on the rocks of the promontory. Go for a jungle trek there and observe the diversity of trees lining the forest and watch out for its. You should also visit the handicraft outlet just nearby the hotel if you want to bring home memorable souvenirs.
Serambi Teruntum, located in Tanjung Lumpur Kuantan, Pahang, is a newly established marketplace for local products that is gaining much popularity among both domestic and international tourists alike. This one-stop centre gathers and sells traditional products such as food and handicrafts made by Pahang’s small and medium-sized enterprises. Serambi Teruntum provides a marketplace for local sellers to introduce and sell their products directly to customers without the use of intermediaries. Furthermore, the complex becomes a better alternative to having to search throughout the state to find a single item, as it gathers all of Pahang’s specialties under one roof. For example, one need not journey all the way to Temerloh to find delicious Patin (pangasius sharkfish) tempoyak, or to Pekan to search for the kain tenun (woven textiles), or to Jerantut for its sambal hitam (a chilli condiment), or elsewhere for keropok (fish crackers) and other unique handicrafts scattered all over the state. One simply needs to pay a visit to Serambi Teruntum to find all the above.