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Silverstar Hotel Star Rating 2        
10 Main Road

This unpretentious budget lodging in a bustling tourist area is 1 km from Time Tunnel museum, 4 km from the Cameron Highland Butterfly Farm, and 12 km from Mount Irau peak.Unfussy rooms with no-frills surroundings offer complimentary Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs and in-room sinks. Rooms that sleep up to 4 are available.
Hotel Jasmine Brinchang Star Rating 2        
No. 29-32 Jalan Besar

This straightforward hotel in the town centre is a 12-minute walk from Big Red Strawberry Farm and 2 km from the Time Tunnel museum.The unfussy rooms offer free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs and desks, as well as tea and coffeemaking facilities. Some sleep up to 4 adults.
Vistana Kuantan City Centre Star Rating 4        
Jalan Telok Sisek, 25000, Kuantan,Pahang

This polished hotel, set in the city centre, is 1 km from the Royal Pahang Golf Club and 17 km from Sultan Ahmad Shah Airport.Featuring warm, contemporary decor, the chic rooms come with free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs and coffeemaking facilities. Suites feature separate sitting areas.
The Zenith Hotel Star Rating 5        
Jalan Putra Square 6

This modern business hotel in the city centre is a 7-minute walk from Darul Makmur Stadium.Bright rooms offer free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs, desks and minibars, plus tea and coffeemaking facilities. Upgraded rooms add sitting areas.
First World Hotel Star Rating 3        
Resort World Genting, Genting Highland Resort

This massive budget hotel, set in a group of rainbow-colored buildings adjoined to the buzzing First World Plaza complex, lies 3 minutes' walk from Genting Highland resort and 3 km from Chin Swee Cave Temple.Simple, modern rooms, some with mountain views, have flat-screen TVs with movie channels. Upgraded rooms add minifridges, tea and coffeemaking facilities, and/or sitting areas, while club-level rooms include separate living spaces.
Shahzan Inn Fraser's Hill Star Rating 3        
Jalan Lady Guillemard

This laid-back hotel is 2 km from Pine Tree Trail and 5 km from Jeriau Waterfall.Featuring free Wi-Fi, the relaxed rooms also offer TVs, tea and coffeemaking facilities, and balconies with garden views. Upgraded rooms add golf course views and minibars.
Mega View Hotel Star Rating 3        
Lot 567, Jalan Besar

This colourful, polished hotel on the Sungai Kuantan riverbank is a 6-minute walk from Sultan Ahmad Shah State Mosque and 1.6 km from Darul Makmur Stadium.The rooms' decor ranges from simple to stylish, and all provide free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs and minifridges, along with tea and coffeemakers, and river or town views.
City Times Hotel Star Rating 2        
Blok E, Wisma Belia, Bandar Indera Mahkota

This casual hotel is 4 km from the Mahkota Golf and Country Club and 7 km from the Sultan Ahmad Shah State Mosque.Offering free Wi-Fi, the bright, straightforward rooms also have balconies and en suite bathrooms. Upgraded rooms add separate living areas.
Wau Hotel & Cafe Star Rating 2        
K1, Pusat Perniagaan Sungai Jan, Jalan Sungai Jan

This casual budget hotel in a simple low-rise building is 2 km from Jerantut railway station, 11 km from Lata Meraung Waterfall and 70 km from Taman Negara National Park.The colourful rooms feature free Wi-Fi and flat-screen TVs with satellite channels. Upgrades add city views and/or pull-out sofas, and family suites sleep up to 4 people.
Paya Beach Resort Star Rating 3        
Pulau Tioman

This casual beachfront resort on the central western shores of Tioman Island is 9 km from Tioman Island Golf Club.Relaxed rooms in traditional Malaysian-style chalets feature balconies, TVs, and tea and coffeemaking facilities; some have lake views. The 1-bedroom suites offer rainforest views, hot tubs and outdoor showers; select chalets offer direct beach access.
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Pahang is a large state in Peninsular Malaysia. It's known for its mountains, rainforests and beaches, including the white sands and coral reefs of Tioman Island off the east coast. The state capital, Kuantan, is a major seaport. In the west, the gentle hills of the Cameron Highlands include resorts, tea plantations and terraced farms, and the village of Fraser's Hill resembles an English hamlet.