Pahang, the largest state in peninsular Malaysia is home to its oldest national park, Taman Negara. It is also home to the Cameron Highlands , Malaysia’s most extensive hill station. This is a legacy of the days when the British left the fierce heat of the cities for the cooler temperatures of these highlands. The area is famed for picturesque tea plantations, jungle trails waterfalls and mountains. For visitors it is a relaxing and rewarding destination which offers a complete contrast to the low lying areas.