Janda Baik is a village in Bentong District, Pahang, Malaysia. It is about 45 km from Kuala Lumpur and 800 m above sea level. It was estimated to have a population of around 2,820 in 2019. Janda Baik was first settled by three Bentong villagers in 1930 who moved when the city was flooded in 1926.
The Janda Baik has now grown into a popular highland tourism retreat spot where dozens of operators offer homestays and chalets in Malay kampong/village style capitalising its breeze and cool highland climate that is clean and fresh. Janda Baik is also popular due to its close distance to Karak Highway (20 minutes from Genting Sempah) or 40 minutes to drive from Kuala Lumpur.