KUANTAN PORT is situated at Tanjung Gelang on the eastern seaboard of Peninsular Malaysia some 25 kilometres north of Kuantan, the state capital of Pahang. The pilot boarding station is located at latitude 03°55’North and longitude 103°29’30. Connected to the major sea lanes of the shipping world, Kuantan Port serves primarily China, Indo-China,Far East and Pacific Rim.
Sailing times from Kuantan Port to Singapore takes only a day while to Hong Kong it takes 4 days and sailing duration to other destinations are as follows – 11 days to Tokyo, 9 days to Taiwan, 21 days to Middle East, 25 days to Europe, 28 days to the Mediterranean and 30 days to the west coast of U.S.A.
Kuantan Port is well-connected by road and rail to other parts of Peninsular Malaysia as well as by air to major world destinations via Kuala Lumpur. Located approximately 220 kilometres away from Kuala Lumpur. Kuantan Port is accessible by road via the East Coast Expressway and travelling time is approximately 3 hours whereas it takes only 40 minutes by air from Kuala Lumpur International Airport to Kuantan Airport which is located approximately 38 kilometres from Kuantan Port. Public taxis are available at Kuantan Airport.