Cherating campsite is like gems waiting to be discovered.
Serenity village meets lively beachside in Cherating, Pahang
Cherating is a popular beach resort area in Pahang. It is located about 30 km north of Kuantan on Peninsular Malaysia’s East Coast.
Cherating village is a typical small lazy East Coast fishing village although backpacker-tourism now is the major income earner here. The village, which is just off the main East Coast trunk road between Kuantan and Kuala Terengganu is dotted with guesthouses and small hotels (called chalets here). Asia’s first Club Med is also located here. The place is extremely laid-back and the beach is nice and wide, although not as beautiful as the beaches on the islands off the East Coast
Options for everyone at Cherating campsite
From basic camping to riverside tent, caravan to glamping, we have got you covered. Clean, safe and affordable camps only on Thecamparound
Comfort at Tanjung Inn Glamping
Built in 2013, Tanjung Inn is a distinct addition to Cherating and a smart choice for travelers. From here, guests can enjoy easy access to all that the lively city has to offer. With its convenient location, the hotel offers easy access to the city’s must-see destinations. Just few years back, Tanjung Inn upped the game and added the glamping tents into the property now guest has the option to be even closer facing directly to the beach front in less than 100m. The only glamping tent in Cherating wont disappoint you.
Built with canvas tarp and bamboo walls and interlocking pavement blocks, campers surely feel like spending the night in the close surrounding of nature but with the comfort of nice shared bathroom, electricity for lights, fan and power points. Inside the tent, large wooden bed is placed in the middle of the huge tent with comfortable double beds or two single beds equipped with mosquito netting. To top the look, a wooden dresser is placed right next to the bed. The bamboo walls allows beautiful ray of light peeking through come sunrise time. Enjoy stargazing at night by the pond or by the beach.
The tent opens to the back door that connects to personal deck right into the pond. There are 10 glamping tents altogether right around the nice little pond. Its mostly kids friendly but dont leave the children unattended. One thoughtful design of the tents when they allow the tent to be securely locked so campers can leave the belongings with a peace of mind while enjoy the beach or explore different parts of Cherating. Truly back to nature with a minimal eco friendly tent but the comfort and luxury of modern needs.
Adventure meets leisure at Payung Getaway Campsite & Campervan Park
Payung Getaway @ cheratingbeachMY is wedged between a white sandy beach and pristine river along the well known Cherating Beach. Well equipped campers will definitely enjoy this infamous Cherating campsite!
Ample solar garden lights around the camp
Several spots to pitch the tent. Beach side or riverside, pine trees area at the end only accessible by 4×4.
Hammock spots available by the pine trees.
Several numbers of swings around the camp
Spot hornbills and woodpeckers around the camp.
BONUS: Join local fisherman do the beach fishing every morning about 7am.
PET FRIENDLY – cats and dogs welcomed
Seafood lovers enjoice to the local delicacies
Seafood. fresh fish, squid, prawn, shells and clams available from the restaurants in the area at reasonable price. Feast on calamari rings. The restaurant just next to the Tanjung Inn’s min entrance serves the best calamari rings.
Keropok lekor. fish based delicacy best boiled or deep fried, available throughout Terengganu but also available in road side stalls along Cherating road.
ICT or Ikan Celup Tepung is deep friend fresh fish dipped in crunchy batter that makes great tea time snacks. Pait that with few other deep fried guilty pleasures from the stalls along the street in Kuala Kemaman, about 15 km from Cherating.
Book now and go camping at Cherating soon!
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