There are 3 sanctuaries in the state of Pahang, namely:
- Kampung Kuala Sat, Ulu Tembeling, Jerantut Fisheries Sanctuary
- Kampung Kuala Serau, Lipis Fisheries Sanctuary
- Kampung Lubuk Kulit, Lipis Fisheries Sanctuary
The Kuala Sat Village Fisheries Sanctuary was first established in 2010 to protect and conserve native freshwater fish species found in the waters of Sungai Sat. This area has MyKomuniti Perikanan (myKP), a program under the Government of Malaysia that involves the local community. The total number of fish fry discharged here from 2010 until now is 104,422. Among the species of fish released are Scwanenfeldii’s Barb/Barboides, Mahseer, Carp and Crossbanded Barb.
This sanctuary was established in 2007 involving the waters of Sungai Serau. Its myKomuniti Perikanan (myKP) is already been formed. The total release of fish fry from 2008 to 2020 is more than 200,000. Among the species of fish released here are Scwanenfeldii’s Barb/Barboides, Mahseer, Carp, Crossbanded Barb and River Catfish.
This sanctuary started to be established in 2018 involving the waters of Sungai Telang. This area is in the process of establishing myKomuniti Perikanan (myKP). The total fish fry release from 2018 to 2020 is 56,300. Among the species of fish released here are Scwanenfeldii’s Barb/Barboides, Mahseer, Carp, Crossbanded Barb and River Catfish.