Air Connections

Sultan Ahmad Shah Airport is an airport that serves Kuantan, a city in the state of Pahang, Malaysia. The airport is located 15 km from the city. In 2009, the airport handled 226,912 passengers on 3,110 flights, though the airport can handle over one million passengers annually. In 2008, Taiwan and Tourism Malaysia had co-operated that there were 23 charter flights directly from Taipei to Kuantan Airport, this condition had made Kuantan Sultan Ahmad Shah Airport the first airport in East Coast of Peninsular Malaysia that received international flights. Passengers have to walk from the aircraft to the arrival hall.

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    Kuantan International Airport

Land Connections

The game-changing ECRL will link Kuantan Port to Port Klang in the West Coast and onward to the rest of the country. This direct link between the two main ports of Peninsular Malaysia will reduce 30 hours of traveling time normally required for cargo shipment through Singapore, thus offering a cost-competitive option for investors and traders.

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    East Coast Rail Link (ECRL)

Sea Connections

A key component in the ECER logistics ecosystem is the Kuantan Port, which is being expanded into a major deepwater port. This will cement ECER’s position as the Gateway to the Asia Pacific, being a major regional distribution and logistics hub providing seamless connectivity within the Region. Kuantan Port is also supported by the Kemaman and Tok Bali Ports, acting as feeder ports.

Features of the New Deep Water Terminal:
• 18m draught
• Cater for 200k DWT ships
• 6,040 berth distance
• 2.6 KM stopping distance
• 4,700m breakwater
• 295 hectares area size

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    Kuantan Port
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