Pahang is a sultanate and a government province of Malaysia. It is the third biggest Malaysian state by territory and ninth biggest by population. The state possesses the bowl of the Pahang River, and a stretch of the east drift as far south as Endau. Topographically situated in the East Coast district of the Peninsular Malaysia, the state imparts outskirts to the Malaysian conditions of Kelantan and Terengganu toward the north, Perak, Selangor and Negeri Sembilan toward the west, Johor toward the south, while South China Sea is toward the east.
The Titiwangsa mountain extend that structures a characteristic divider between the Peninsula's east and west drifts is spread along the north and south of the state, cresting at Mount Tahan, or, in other words. Albeit 66% of the state is secured by thick rain woodland, its focal fields are met by ious waterways, and along the drift there is a 32-kilometer wide span of alluvial soil that incorporates the deltas and estuarine fields of the Kuantan, Pahang, Rompin, Endau, and Mersing streams. The state is isolated into 11 managerial divisions called daerah locale - Pekan, Rompin, Maran, Temerloh, Jerantut, Bentong, Raub, Lipis, Cameron Highlands and Bera. The biggest region is Jerantut or in other words door to the Taman Negara national stop.