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Sungai Lembing Mines

Sungai Lembing, 26200 Sungai Lembing, Pahang, Malaysia

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About Sungai Lembing Mines

Sungai Lembing is a tin mining town in Kuantan District, Pahang, Malaysia. Lembing is Malay for spear, and "sungai" means river. Per local legend, the local ruler saw a vision of a spear in the nearby river and thus named his town after this vision. Until the 1860s, Sungai Lembing was a major producer of underground tin.



Attractions near Sungai Lembing Mines

Berkelah Falls15.72km from Sungai Lembing Mines

Berkelah Falls is a cascade of waterfalls located in Pahang, Malaysia. It is about 31 to 35 km away from Kuantan City in the direction of Maran. The falls consist of seven tiers, according to official data from the Forestry Department Peninsular Malaysia. It is the seventh and the highest falls in the area,

Sungai Pandan Waterfall16.44km from Sungai Lembing Mines

Beautiful waterfalls which were located in the heart of Pahang, Malaysia. It is one of the major tourist attractions in Pahang.

Masjid Negeri Pahang (Sultan Ahmad 1, Kuantan)34.52km from Sungai Lembing Mines

The Sultan Ahmad 1 State Mosque is Pahang's state mosque. It is located in Kuantan, Pahang, Malaysia. It is named after the recorded Sultan Ahmad al-Mu’azzam Shah Ibni Almarhum Bendahara Sri Maharaja Tun Ali. The mosque was an elaborate of fifty meters dome in diameter rests on the continuous concrete ring held by the curved concrete wall and columns. It was the most prominent of rare geodesic dome houses of worship built across Pahang.

Teluk Cempedak39.01km from Sungai Lembing Mines

Teluk Cempedak or Teluk Chempedak (literally : Cempedak Bay) also known as Palm Beach is a beach in Kuantan, Pahang, Malaysia. It is located 5 kilometres east from the town centre in Kuantan. The white sandy beach and casuarinas and pine trees line the coast, with some rocky promontories facing the South China Sea.

Chini Lake54.48km from Sungai Lembing Mines

Chini is the second largest freshwater lake in Peninsular Malaysia and is made up of a series of 12 lakes.  The lake shores are inhabited by the Jakun branch of the Orang Asli. Tasik Chini is one of the UNESCO Biosphere Reserve status sites in Peninsular Malaysia, while the other is Crocker Range in East Malaysia.

Sultan Abu Bakar Museum60.83km from Sungai Lembing Mines

The Sultan Abu Bakar Museum is a museum in Pekan District, Pahang, Malaysia. It showcases the native people relics found in the country. The museum exhibits a collection of ancient Chinese glassware and ceramics. It opens every day except Mondays from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

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Located in the eastern side of Malaysia, two thirds of the state is covered by dense rain forest.