- 2D1N Studio Suite stay for 2 for RM188 (up to RM596 value)
- 2D1N Family Suite stay for 4 for RM308 (up to RM942 value)
Hotel at a glance
Sprawling grounds are shrouded by rolling green hills in the integrated resort city that also houses the Safari Park, boasting five regions to explore by foot or tram. Alternatively, the 14 water attractions in the 45.8-acre Water Park welcomes wanderers to explore sprawling manmade beaches, wave pools, and the themed Penguin Island. Large French windows and an outdoor balcony light the room with tropical rays, as the rooms are furnished with a lounge and wooden furniture that are polished to a high shine. The large freeform swimming pool provides immediate respite from searing heat, as private cabanas line the sand-pit filled with fine specks, lending an exotic beach atmosphere to nearby getaway locales.
- 44sqm room
- 2 super single beds
- Max. occupancy: 2 adults and 2 children aged 12 and below per room
- 75sqm room
- 4 super single beds
- Max. occupancy: 4 adults and 2 children aged 12 and below per room
- Restaurant and bar
- Outdoor swimming pool
- Laundry service
- Business centre
- Poolside bar
- Fitness centre
- Games room
- Jacuzzi, sauna, and steam room
- Wi-Fi available
Add-ons (payable to hotel)
- Extra bed with breakfast for guests of all ages: RM53 per person per night.
- Breakfast only:
- Adult: RM28 per person per night
- Child (aged 4 – 12): RM17 per person per night
- Child aged 3 and below: free
Kuantan, Pahang: What to see and do
Along the stretch of hilly landscape of Peninsular Malaysia’s east coast sits Kuantan, the capital city of the nation’s third largest state. Starting off as a fishing village with small businesses as its primary economic source, it now gains its wealth from production of handicrafts, salted fish, keropok, and batik material, and is known to serve as the administrative and commercial capital of Pahang. Kuantan is famed for its beaches, Teluk Cempedak being one of the main tourist attractions apart from Cherating. During the warmer seasons from March to October, you can see beach-goers frolicking in the seafoam green waters, getting a tan, or having fun with activities like surfing, jet skiing, and boat rides.
The locale is also abundant with rivers and waterfalls, its most well-known being Sungai Pandan Waterfall favoured by locals and tourists alike for its stream of clear, cool waters and surrounding greenery. At Sungai Lembing, explore the history of tin mining by traversing one of its underground mines, and visit the museum after to see the olden techniques and tools used during colonial times. Kuantan is also home to Bukit Gambang Resort City (BGRC), one of Malaysia’s largest water theme park resorts, which encompasses 547 acres of land including a lake, a wave pool, and a Safari Park, home to exotic creatures like white lions, alpacas, and giraffes. After a long day out in the sun, cool down in one of the shopping malls around town like East Coast Mall, Kuantan Parade, or Berjaya Megamall for a spot of shopping or dining.