Witness the beauty of one of the finest beach getaways in Southeast Asia - Pulau Tioman. Fascinating coral formations, crystal-clear aquamarine waters, and magnificent marine life awaits you 56km off the coast of Pahang. Spot Gunung Nenek Semukut which stands 690m in height at the island. Enjoy fun activities such as snorkelling along with beautiful sea creatures, island-hopping, and exploring the villages with a rented bicycle.
Visit the stunning Asah Waterfall and have a pleasant picnic at Monkey Bay. Get adventurous by climbing Mount Kajang or challenge yourself with rock climbing at the granite boulders. Chill with a spa retreat or have a fun time golfing.
Embark on a journey to Pulau Lang Tengah, a hidden getaway located between Redang and Perhentian island. Immerse into relaxation mode with great privacy at this enchanting island or explore the 15 dive sites around the island. With only three resorts, this island makes a great destination choice for peace seekers.
Relax by the scenic beaches at Pulau Redang or stroll along the most popular beach, Long Beach that stretches out 800m long. Immerse in fun activities such as snorkelling at the Marine Park, exploring the 31 dive sites on the island, beach volleyball, and jungle walks.
With emerald waters and white sands, Pulau Langkawi is a popular travel destination for both local and international travellers. Head to this picturesque island to visit the three lush geoforest parks and have a splash in the sea. A great place for relaxation, travellers can take a cable car ride to the top of Gunung Machincang and enjoy cruise trips to the Dayang Bunting and Beras Basah Islands. Being a duty-free island, visitors can get great deals for items such as chocolates, cooking utensils, and beauty products.
With gigantic soft tree corals, gorgonian sea fans, and barrel sponges, Pulau Sipadan is a paradise for divers. As part of the ecosystem's preservation initiative, pre-arranged tours are required and accommodation is not available on the island. You can head over to the nearby Mabul or Kapalai island for overnight stays.
Admire the vibrant sunset and sunrise at Pulau Perhentian Besar and Kecil. Step into the soft white sands and chill by the clear blue waters. Enjoy island-hopping, take a banana board ride, try canoeing, or just chill by the beach to enjoy the dazzling sun and cooling sea breeze.
Pulau Mabul, a stunning oval-shaped island with sandy beaches and diverse marine life is a suitable spot for macro and muck diving. Admire the colorful marine life including the blue-ringed octopus, flamboyant cuttlefish, mandarin fish, and spike-fin gobies from the shallow waters.
Head to Bukit Merah Orang Utan Island, the first and only rehabilitation and preservation centre in the world where orang-utans are free to roam. Known as a breeding sanctuary cum conservation centre, it also serves as a research and education centre. Stroll through a 100m steel cage tunnel to watch these primates and interact with the orang-utans at the end of your visit.
Visit Pulau Kapas, a small tropical paradise with white sand beaches. With just a short distance off Terengganu's coast, this island has a variety of marine life as well as hard and soft corals. Travellers can participate in the unique squid fishing annual activity which normally takes place from April to September.
Enjoy a peaceful and quiet holiday at Pulau Gemia a privately-owned island. With just a 15 minutes ride from Marang Jetty, this island offers activities including snorkelling, scuba diving, beach games, and jungle trekking.
Relax by the beautiful shores of Cherating Beach. From backpacker inns to luxury beach resorts, the beach offers various holiday choices for travellers. Being Asia's first location offered in Club Med, stimulating activities here include kayaking, catamaran sailing, and windsurfing. Other selections of relaxing activities include river cruising along the mangroves, watching the process of crafts at Cherating Village, and firefly watching.