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Islands in Terengganu

Perhentian Island

Terengganu, home of the longest coastline in Malaysia with 244 kilometres of panoramic sandy beaches touching the shore of the South China Sea stretching from Kemaman in the south to Besut in the north is spotted with a few beautiful, breath-taking scenic, white sandy beaches and clear waters islands.

Redang Island

The famous Pulau Redang, a tropical paradise with crystal clear water and vibrant underwater world invites enthusiasts to enjoy the colourful, mature coral gardens and several shipwrecks. Pulau Perhentian an exotic tropical twin islands, which some claim the most beautiful island in the world where you can enjoy scuba diving, deep-sea fishing, windsurfing, sailing, boating, and canoeing. For those who love outdoor activities, adventurous rock climbing, squid fishing also called Candat Sotong by locals or simply bird watching in Pulau Kapas or Pulau Gemia are the experience you can never forget.

For divers who are looking for the excitement and challenging experience, come to Pulau Tenggol. The sheltered bay that has mature coral gardens and water that descends to 20 meters deep at some places. The place where you can find Shy Garden Eels, crabs, turtles and sometimes sharks! Not to mention Pulau Lang Tengah where you can find abundance underwater marine life located between Redang and Perhentian islands. It's a perfect destination for divers.

Perhentian Island

Our guests from abroad often make Anjung Pantai Seberang as a sojourn before going to the islands.It is really convenience to them as our place is near the airport as well as jetty where they take the boat to island.