This museum is housed in a wonderful building constructed by the British in 1929. Exhibits are largely about the Pahang royal family, with other displays featuring weapons, pottery (including Chinese porcelain and A…
Displays traditional Malaysian watercraft. Look out for the fabulously carved craft with the head of a mythical beast.
The active Abu Bakar Mosque is crowned with gold domes. Non-Muslims are not allowed to enter.
Behind the Sultan Abdullah Mosque stands this old tower fashioned from wood and stone.
This blue-domed mosque is a large, slightly mouldering creation dating back to 1932.
The focus of Pekan’s palm-lined royal quarter is the Regent of Pahang’s palace.
The grandiose sultan’s palace is set on vast grounds of cow grass.
Verdant polo field located next to the Istana Abu Bakar.
Buddhist temple honouring the god of thunder.
Central Hindu temple open to visitors.