Manukan Island

The second-largest island in Tunku Abdul Rahman Park (TARP). Just a boat ride away from Kota Kinabalu, it is known as one of the best snorkeling areas in the vicinity, with great stretches of shoreline on the southern coastline. Spend free time playing beach volleyball, swimming, snorkeling, or hiking the walking trail to Sunrise Point. Minivan transport, boat transfers, snorkel gear, and a barbecue lunch are all provided.

Teluk Dalam Village

Considered the best beach on Redang and one of the best in Malaysia, this private beach is home to the exclusive Taaras Beach & Spa Resort (previously known as the Berjaya Redang Beach Resort). The sand is soft and clean and the sea is calm (at least it was during our stay). Rocky outcrops at each end of the beach attract some colorful fish but this is not the best beach for snorkeling unless you hire a boat to take you to the nearby coral gardens.

Langkawi Island

The island is often populated with tourist from local and abroad alike. Many make this trip to do tons of duty free shopping, sun bathing, and some water activities. Some family friendly activities? Try a mangrove boat tour. If time is not of essence, take a short trip to Thailand. The island is situated on an archipelago of 99 islands adjacent to the Thai border.

Getting here is rather simple. Either fly directly into Langkawi, or ferry yourself to the island from the state of Kedah or Penang.

Not many islands are equipped with modern infrastructure and pristine rainforest at the same time. This holiday paradise has plenty of flora and fauna on display, unspoiled beaches, offers 5-star golfing, and allows you for diving and sailing if you wish.

Make a visit to Langkawi at any time of the year, you’re always welcome!

Sapi Island

Sapi is one of the five islands making up the Tunku Abdul Rahman Marine Park, a national park established in 1974 covering 50 sq km of the islands and their surrounding reefs.

Sapi Island is one of the most popular places in Sabah to swim, snorkel and relax and it is just 20 minutes boat ride away from Kota Kinabalu. 

Sibuan Island

Sibuan Island is said to be one of the most beautiful islands in the Celebes Sea. It is part of the Tun Sakaran Marine Park (also known as Semporna Islands Park), which contains the following islands besides Sibuan; Bodgaya, Boheydulang, Tetagan, Sebangkat, Selakan, Maiga and Mantabuan. There are no resorts on the islands, and also no public facilities. A few sea gypsies live on the island; unfortunately clearly noticeable by the rubble they often leave behind on the island. Fortunately diving schools in the area organize occasional reef and beach cleanup sessions. 

Don't forget to bring enough water and snacks with you when you visit the island. A visit to Sibuan Island is usually part of a day trip from one of the other islands (like Mataking), or part of a day trip from Semporna (at Sabah's southeast coast). Sibuan is especially great for swimming, scuba diving, snorkeling and sun bathing.

Pom Pom Island

Pom Pom Island is around 45 minutes by boat from Semporna, Borneo’s coast; it has rich tropical vegetation and is surrounded by white sand and the turquoise waters of the Celebes Sea. It is on part of this beautiful island that Pom Pom Island finds it home.

This little atoll, which takes about an hour to walk around, is often a shelter for both Green and Hawksbill marine turtles that during the night return to the beach to nest. During your vacation, if you are lucky, you might witness the hatching of the eggs and release of baby turtles to the sea.


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Tekek Town

Every region on Earth has its capital, and this village serves as the capital of Tioman Island. It’s the biggest village in Tioman Island after all. Most likely, you will first set your feet on this village if you’re arriving by air. The village has its own private airport to serve air travel purposes.

Low on your daily necessity supplies? There are convenient stores here to do the restocks for you. Looking for a place to crash? Chalets and hotels are here to save the day for you. You’ll have all you need here. All you need to do is book your next holiday with us now!

Ayer Batang Village

Located a few kilometres south of Kampong Salang, we will arrive in this quiet and laid back village surrounded by natural forest. Here, you will find one of the finest beaches in Tioman. Also, you can book your stay in the chalets and longhouses at the western tip of the village. These accommodations are blessed with a sea front view.

It’s all about peace and relaxation in this village. Thus, sit back and pamper yourself with the sensation sea view. Honourable mention; diving and snorkelling here are just as good as other sites. Coming to Tioman? Consider this village your pit stop. Make it your base and recharge yourself for your next dive!

Perhentian Kecil Island

So you think you have found your party paradise on the long beach of Redang Island? Look around again. Consider this your next best option. Daytime water activities and the nightlife here is just as good, if not better at times. As it can get pretty crowded over Redang Island, look elsewhere and you’ll notice this island won’t disappoint. Partying scene aside, the island’s scenic landscape doesn’t differ much from the Perhentian Besar Island.

Catch a boat from Kuala Besut Jetty and you’re all set! If you’re coming over from nearby, Lang Tengah or Redang, no problems too! Island hopping is nothing new here.

One thing is certain, party’s off during monsoon.