Lake Chini, Pahang is one of the two extant natural lakes in Malaysia. Situated approximately 100 km from the Kuantan Town, the lake was formed due to the natural damming of a river valley. The lake comprises of 12 lakes and is the second largest lake of the country. The lake has a legacy of its own and many myths are associated with the lake.
The Chini Lake is covered by 12000 acres of verdant tropical wilderness; thus you will find yourself surrounded by scintillating and spectacular natural beauty in the place. The lake is home to 144 species of fishes. If fishing is your hobby then you can visit the lake during the period of November to January.
Bird watchers also are welcome to the place; Lake Chini is the premium bird watching location in Peninsular Malaysia. The lake nestles over 200 species of birds and three bird watching trails. The best time for bird watching is during the months of October to March when migratory birds from northern parts of Asia visit the park to escape the onslaught of winter.
You can also opt for outdoor activities like jungle trekking and if you are lucky enough you might be able to see different species of animals.
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