The interior of Pahang is chiefly noted for its auriferous deposits.
The Kĕlantan man is, to the native of Pahang, what the water-buffalo is to a short-horn.
Mansur appears to have been engaged in continual wars, and to have obtained successes against Pahang, Pase, and Makasar.
The principal river of the state is the Pahang, from which it takes its name.
Pahang is fertile and well suited for agriculture of many kinds.
So the memory of the first President for Pahang will be kept green.
It brought to mind the steep mountain-sides of Pahang, and windy nights which presaged great storms in high passes of Yunnan.
The king of Pahang withdrew to his own country, under pretence of bringing a reinforcement, but never returned.
In a rude, rough way, and without the swagger of the Pahang Malay, they are sportsmen.
Gold is worked with success in Pahang, and has been exploited from time immemorial by the natives of that state and of Kelantan.