Jerantut is a town located in the largest district of Pahang, also called Jerantut. It's strategically located just 200km from Kuala Lumpur and 180km from Kuantan. It's also the main entrance to the Malaysia National Park.
Since Jerantut is the main entrance to the National Park, and located in the middle of lush dense rainforest, its attraction and activities took advantage of the nature and offers a great deal of adventure of its visitors. For those who didn't want to visit the National Park, there are also other attractions in Jerantut. One of the unique attractions is oil palm and rubber plantation, both makes a good representation of Malaysia agriculture. Oil palm process workshop can be arranged at Tekam Plantation if given sufficient time ahead. Others include Kota Gelangi where caving and abseiling is most popular.
There are many schools and company who arranged for team building in Jerantut and flying fox are among the most fun and exciting must have activities. Jeram offers both white water rafting and flying fox and is located just around Jerantut. Apart from all the activities, Jerantut is also known for its unique food and fruits, amongst are Patin fish, which is a type of river fish, which has a unique oily texture. Durian, the king of fruits in Malaysia is also found abundant in Jerantut. Other fruits include many rare tropical fruits such as ciku, langsat and rambuatan.
Take the KL-Gombak highway and follow on Jerantut, which is around 45 minutes away.
KL Sentral station: daily departure at 08:30pm
Pasar Seni Putra Station: daily departure at 08:30am
From KL sentral station take either the monorail or Start LRT to Jerantut