Watermelon is the first landmark of Kuala Rompin. Seedless red and yellow melons were introduced in 1960s and became the first cash crops which attracted people from outside to settle in Kuala Rompin.
Udang galah is the delicacies that is most sought after in Kuala Rompin.
Masjid Tengku Abdullah attracts visitors as it is situated near the main road.
It is about half an hour's drive from Kuala Rompin to Endau's jetty terminal. From there people can ride boats which take about 1 hour 45 minutes to Pulau Tioman. And it is about 2 hours drive from Kuala Rompin to Kuantan and less than 5 hours drive to Johor Bahru. So it is not surprising visitors from Singapore came to Kuala Rompin to enjoy udang galah during the weekends and school holidays.