Heading the list of 1,144 state award recipients were Energy, Green Technology and Water Minister Datuk Peter Chin Fah Kui and Foreign Minister Datuk Anifah Aman.
They were among 13 people, who were conferred Darjah Sri Sultan Ahmad Shah Pahang (SSAP) award, which carries the title "Datuk Seri".
The others were Ranhill Berhad chairman Tan Sri Sallehuddin Mohamed, Transport Ministry secretary-general Datuk Zakaria Bahari, Defence Ministry secretary-general Datuk Abu Bakar Abdullah, Customs director-general Datuk Ibrahim Jaapar, Permodalan Nasional Berhad president and group chief executive officer Tan Sri Hamad Kama Piah Che Othman.
The list included Royal Malaysian Air Force chief Datuk Rodzali Daud, Football Association of Malaysia (FAM) deputy president Datuk Redzuan Tan Sri Sheikh Ahmad, Datuk Muhammad Shafee Abdullah of Messrs Shafee & Co Advocates & Solicitors, Public Bank Berhad executive director Datuk Lee Kong Lam, Lim Kok Wing University founder Tan Sri Lim Kok Wing and Putrana Oil Refinery Sdn Bhd executive chairman Mohammad Saraei Faridoun.
Seven people were bestowed with Darjah Sri Indera Mahkota Pahang (SIMP) award, which carries the title "Datuk".
They were Cik Puan Bendahara Pahang Datuk Habibah Yusoff, Cik Puan Tengah Pahang Datin Seri Rohaya Abd Rahim, Information Communication and Culture Ministry secretary-general Datuk Kamaruddin Siaraf, Science, Technology and Innovation Ministry secretary-general Datin Madinah Mohamad, Agriculture Department director-general Roseley Khalid, Heitech Padu Bhd executive chairman Datuk Mohd Hilmey Mohd Taib and Royal Malaysian Navy deputy chief Vice-Admiral Datuk Wira Mohammed Noordin Ali.
Seventeen people were conferred with Darjah Sultan Ahmad Shah Pahang (DSAP), which carries the title "Datuk".
They were Tengku Nurul Kamalia Tengku Besar Pahang Tengku Kamil Ismail, Higher Education Ministry Deputy Minister Datuk Saifuddin Abdullah, High Court judge Datuk Suraya Othman, Institute of Strategic and International Studies (ISIS) director-general Dr. Mahani Zainal Abidin, Prisons Department director-general Datuk Zulkifli Omar, Veterinary Services Department deputy director-general (development) Dr. Ibrahim Che Embong, Land and Mines Department deputy director-general Datuk Mazbar Abu Bakar, Pahang Education Department director Datuk Abdul Aziz Abdul Latiff.
The list included First Division Army Commander Maj-Gen Datuk Mazelan Kasap, Bukit Aman CID deputy director Datuk Hadi Ho Abdullah, FAM secretary-general Datuk Azzuddin Ahmad, political secretary to Home Minister Datuk Ab. Hamid Mohd Nazahar, Prime Minister's Department Research Division Directorate director Mohd Nazri Abd Karim, International Islamic University Pahang Campus director Prof Dr. Kamaruzaman Wan Su, Attorney-General lead prosecutor Tun Abd Majid Tun Hamzah, Datuk Harun Md Idris (police pensioner) and B.Grimm & Co (Bangkok) managing partner Haraid Link.
There were 105 recipients of Darjah Indera Mahkota Pahang (DIMP) award, which carries the title "Datuk".
Among them were Temerloh High Court judge Akhtar Tahir, Suasa Efektif (M) Sdn Bhd executive director Tengku Taha Alfashini Tengku Abdul Murad Shah, Padang Tengku assemblyman Abdul Rahman Mohammad, Mentakab assemblyman Chuah Boon Seong, Tioman assemblyman Mohd Johari Hussain, Kerdau assemblyman Zaharuddin Abu Kassim, Kuantan Umno division Wanita chief Senator Zaitun Mat.
Others included National Registration Department director-general Alwi Ibrahim, National Library director-general Raslin Abu Bakar, Statistics Department chief statistician Wan Ramlah Wan Abd Raof, Pahang Agriculture Department director Kamariah Ismail, Fraser's Hill Development Corporation general manager Hanafiah Abdul Talib, Pahang Fisheries Department director Mohamad Mat Saman, Pahang Water Supply Department director Mohd Zahari Md Isa.
The others who were awarded the DIMP were National Athletes Welfare Foundation director Abdul Malek Md Noor, Pahang Welfare Services Department director Shamsiah Hussin, Pahang Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission director Sutinah Sutan, Pahang Fire and Rescue Department director Abdul Wahab Mat Yasin, Pahang deputy police chief Datuk Sharifuddin Abdul Ghani.
The list included special officer to Prime Minister Assoc Prof Khairil Annas Jusoh, Pahang Special Branch chief SAC II Riduan Hashim, political secretary to Prime Minister Jailani Ngah, private secretary to Prime Minister Mohd Po'Ad Jelani, Persatuan Karyawan Malaysia president Frederick John Fernandez, Pahang MCA Wanita chief Lim Nget Yoon, The Star news editor Lourdes Joseph Charles and Lim Kok Wing University vice-president Fajura Juffa Mohd Mustaffa Kamal.
Pahang Education Department deputy director Abdul Hamid Abu Bakar and Economic Planning Unit deputy director Wazir Haron were among 22 people who awarded with Darjah Setia Ahmad Shah Pahang (SAP).
Malaysian National News Agency (Bernama) Deputy Editor-in-Chief General News Service Zulkefli Salleh was among 79 recipients of Setia Mahkota Pahang (SMP) award.
Also in the list were Pahang Audit Department director Che Mohd Shukri Che Hassan, Pahang Islamic Department principal assistant director Mohammad Abdul Qahar Abd Aziz, Kemayan assemblyman Mohd Fadil Osman, Pahang Health Department principal assistant director Dr Rahimah Ibrahim, cultural activist Roslan Madun, Jengka assemblyman Wan Salman Wan Ismail and singer Mohd Nasir Wahab.
Pahang Mara director Ab. Halim Muda and RTM sports news unit head Khoo Cheng Chwee were among 69 recipients of Ahli Ahmad Shah Pahang (AAP) award.
A total of 143 people were accorded Ahli Mahkota Pahang (AMP) award. They included Pahang Umno Youth chief Abu Jimi Samat, Pahang Museum Board director Ahmad Farid Ab Jalal, Bernama news executive Sharifah Nurliza Syed Mohammad and RTM TV sports news unit producer Tan Jock Ann.
A total of 134 people received Pingat Khidmat Cemerlang (PKC), Pingat Kelakuan Terpuji (PKT) (120 recipients) and Pingat Jasa kebaktian (PJK) (435).