Pahang is located in the eastern coastal region in the Peninsular and is also the largest state in the Peninsular. Pahang has a tropical climate like other parts of the Peninsular with a year-round of humidity of no less than 75%. The state capital, Kuantan, is a major seaport. The village of Fraser’s Hill resembles an English hamlet. Its temperature ranges from 27'C to 35'C depending on the locality of the area as well. Levels of humidity are affected especially during the northeast monsoon which takes place from November to February each year. Heavy rains and thunderstorms are common during this period of time. Due to strong winds and tides, it is not advisable to visit the beaches in Pahang during this period. Other than these few months, it would be suitable to visit Pahang's beaches.