Legacy & Heritage

Kuala Rompin is known for its sports fishing and rich marine life. Wooden jetties that dot the almost untouched coastline form the maritime gateway to the tourist enclave of Pulau Tioman, and fishing and reef diving jaunts in the surrounding pristine waters.


Fresh seafood just off the local fishing boats is the mainstay of Kuala Rompin’s prolific culinary heritage. A steady dining regime of clams, crabs, mussels, fish and prawns are readily steeped in traditional local Chinese recipes or made-from-scratch rempahs and curries, and eaten with nasi.


Pahang’s nomadic orang asli tribes have been an endearing part of its colourful history and social heritage. South Oceans™ organizes jaunts to these orang asli villages where they can be seen living indigenously and hunting for food.

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