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Discover a more traditional side of Malaysia

Lying on Malaysia’s east coast and facing the South China Sea, Kuantan is the state capital and is surrounded by beautiful beaches, coconut palms and traditional fishing villages. The coastline stretches for 30 miles and includes many popular beaches including the relaxing resort of Teluk Chempedak.

Why visit Kuantan?

  • Great beaches
  • Walking trails
  • Cruise the mangroves
  • Shopping
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Swiss Garden Beach Resort Kuantan - Beach

Swiss-Garden Beach Resort Kuantan

From £26 pp

This charming hotel is nestled on pristine Balok Beach facing the azure waters of the South China Sea.

Hyatt Regency Kuantan Resort - Pool

Hyatt Regency Kuantan Resort

From £43 pp

The Hyatt Regency Kuantan Resort is located along a stretch of Teluk Chempedak's sandy beach, just three miles from Kuantan town, with bars and restaurants nearby.

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Our vastly experienced travel advisors are passionate about Kuantan. With first-hand knowledge they can advise which resort and hotel is best for you to create the perfect holiday, at the best possible price.

The facts:

Getting there: There are no direct flights from the UK to Kuantan. Options include travelling by road from KL to Kuantan, which takes approximately 3 hours 25 minutes; or fly from KL, which takes just under an hour.

Best time to travel: Kuantan’s climate is classified as tropical rainforest due to its location on the river estuary and coastline. The hot dry season is the best time to visit which is between April and September, but you’ll also experience some sunshine during the October to March rainy season.

Kuantan climate:

Kuantan Climate Chart