"Can't find my favorite radio channels in Pahang", lamented a Pahang-Delights surfer to me recently via e-mail.
And my own children also seemed to have difficulty finding the frequencies of their favorite radio stations in the car when we travel around in the state.
Well, there is no mistaking that we all have our own preferred channels, our own favourite deejays and popular programs we wish to listen to.
And I know that there are lots of fans of radio era out there who really can't do without listening to Aznil Nawawi, Linda Onn, Kieran, Salleh Yaacob, Nana or Reza for a day.
And fans of deejays Faizal and Fara Fauzana of hot.fm too; you must catch up with the latest stories and gossips on local and international celebrities, right?
So to all you die-hard radio listeners out there, and foreign visitors to this east coast state, I am pleased to list the radio waves and stations, and their frequencies (in kilohertz), below.
Copy and keep them if you wish when you travel to this delightful state in Malaysia.
|Pahang fm||Bahasa Malaysia||104.1|
|nasional fm||bahasa malaysia||107.1|
|best 104||English||102.5 (south Pahang)|
|traxx.fm||English||90.3 / 100.1 (west Pahang) / 105.3 (Pahang / Kuantan)|
|muzik.fm||Bahasa Malaysia||95.3 (central Pahang)|
|klasik nasional||Bahasa Malaysia||98.3 (west Pahang) / 107.1 (Pahang/Kuantan)|
|ai.fm||Chinese||106.7 (west Pahang) / 106.1 (Pahang / Kuantan)|
|minnal.fm||Indian||96.3 (central Pahang) / 103.3 (Pahang / Kuantan)|
If you are a teenager or young at heart, make sure you turn the knob or push the button to Xfresh radio and listen to the voice of Adi Fashla, and move and sway your body to the invigorating music of the latest hip-hop or swanky music!
Nostalgic songs of yesteryears and evergreens from early Malay singers like the late Tan Sri P.Ramlee and Saloma, R. Azmi, Aziz Jaafar, Datin Rafeah Buang, Sudirman and many others -- they can be heard on klasik nasional radio.
If you are a Muslim, preferring to listen to serene and calming religious and nasheed songs, and the melodious readings of verses and surahs from the Al-Quran, then ikim.fm is the right radio channel for you.
Me? Well, I prefer to listen to a variety of radio stations, and all kinds of songs.
But most of the time, when in Kuantan or elsewhere in the state, I will change to the pahang.fm broadcast, and listen to the sometimes deep Pahang dialect spoken on air.
And among the deejays, I especially like to listen to Hedzry and his fast responses to listeners conversations and requests.
Ah well, hope you enjoy listening to the various radio stations in Pahang.
And, hey, have you heard the latest song from the Pahang-born diva Datin Seri Siti Nurhaliza? Well, switch on the radio now!
As always, from me ....