Tioman Island


Redang Island


Lankayan Island


Mataking Island


Pom Pom Island

Extension to Tioman Island

Tioman Island (Malay: Pulau Tioman) is the largest island on the east coast of Peninsular Malaysia. It is located in the South China Sea, about 32 km from Mersing, the nearest mainland port. It measures about 22 km in length and 11 km at the widest point.
Tioman Island belongs to the state of Pahang in Peninsular Malaysia. In the past, it was well known to sailors, traders and fishermen passing through who made their stops on the island to get fresh water and firewood, or just as a shelter from storms. The island was originally a settlement for Malay fishermen, and today is home to six villages, located mainly on the west coast.
The island of Tioman offers visitors beautiful beaches with lush surrounding marine areas. The landscape and beauty of the island attract many tourists from all over the world every year; It is no coincidence that this island was once selected as one of the 10 most beautiful islands in the world.
With its beautiful pristine beaches, tropical rainforest dating back to the last ice age and its rich biodiversity, Tioman was declared a nature reserve in 1972 by the government, with the aim of preserving its flora and fauna.
It is the beautiful sea that attracts many visitors to Tioman, especially divers, who come to enjoy the warm clear waters and admire its wonderful coral reefs, as well as many varieties of tropical reef fish and many species of turtles and sharks. This place is also home for the rare giant clam.
On Tioman Island, we have selected a unique beachfront resort, surrounded by nature and crystal-clear waters, with all services and comforts including a spa offering many treatments. It will also be possible to participate in many excursions, diving and activities in contact with the unspoiled nature of the island.
The best time to visit the island is from May to September.

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Extension to Redang Island

Redang Island (Malay: Pulau Redang) is a small island group in the South Chinese Sea, on the east side of Peninsular Malaysia. Redang lies within protected marine waters, also known as Terengganu Marine Park. It lies about 45 kilometers from the coast of the city of Kuala Terengganu. Next to the main island Redang are many other smaller surrounding islands. The island is surrounded by crystal clear water and has various beautiful diving possibilities for the sea lovers. You can also snorkel around the island to admire the wonderful coral reefs. Redang Island is a perfect destination also for those who are searching for a peaceful stay in a tropical Malaysian paradise, since it is usually is not too crowded.
Redang is the perfect destionation for diving lovers. It is known for its amazing visibility and pristine coral reefs. During a dive you will have the possibility to admire the rich marina biodiversity .Almost each resort has its own diving school; we selected 3 different resorts ( 3, 4 and luxury 5 stars), according to your needs and your budged. All of the selected resorts will provide to its guests all the services and comforts for a relaxing and peaceful stay(such as SPA and various acrivities), offering many opportunities also to nature and exploration lovers.
The island is also perfect for nice nature walks. At the resorts you can ask for a map on which all roads and paths are indicated. Animals you might spot during your hike are monkeys, monitor lizards, fruit bats and squirrels.
Once in Redang, you can choose to visit the close Perhentian Islands which is only an hour away by boat. Perhentian Islands are a popular destination for diving and snorkeling; in most cases you can enjoy an amazing underwater world right in front of the beach.
The best time to visit Redang island is from May to September.

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Extension to Lankayan Island

Lankayan island is a small jewel island of the Malaysian Borneo, in the Sulu sea, just less then two hours by boat from north of Sandakan.

Lankayan was declared part of the huge protected sea area and for this reason it follows the sustainable tourism’s principles for its own protection.

Lankayan is not populated and it is covered by a dense tropical vegetation on its north side, where this small, untouched, corner of paradise is surrounded by a beach of pure white sand.

This Borneo’s island is ideal for those searching for tranquillity and relax in a natural environment and for both families and couples it is becoming one of the most popular tropical destinations for diving among all the islands of Borneo.

The Lankayan dive sites, all just a few minutes away from each other, reserve incredible colors, fascinating wrecks, and from March to May regular sightings of gigantic and harmless whale sharks, the secret dream of every diver in the world.

Located within the sea turtles‘ path, Lankayan island is also a nesting place for them, so visitors could have the chance to see turtles while they nidificate, especially from June to September.

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Mataking Island (Malay: Pulau Mataking) is a Malaysian island located in the Celebes Sea on the state of Sabah. Mataking Island is home to the first ‘Underwater Post Office’ in Malaysia and is connected to Pulau Mataking Kecil (Small Mataking Island) via a narrow sand bank.

Mataking Island is a private island belonging to the Reef Dive Resort featuring luxury chalets and a dive center serving divers visiting Sipadan.


The Pom Pom island takes its name from the fruit of a local plant; this island is part of the Tun Sakaran Marine National Park, a protected area.

Pom Pom islands is about 45 minutes by boat from Malaysian Borneo coast, it has a rich tropical vegetation, fine white sand, turquoise water and it is surrounded by a 4 km long coral belt , particularly rich in marine fauna and flora.

This small atoll, that can be discovered by walking in about an half hour, is often a heavenly refuge for green turtles and sea turtles, who retunr to the beach at night to nest. During your holiday, if you’ll be lucky, you could watch the hatching of the eggs and the release of the sea turtles.

In Pom Pom island, there are no human settlements, and the island is also home to an institution that collaborates with the Malaysian authorities and with the WWF to monitor the conservation status of the coral reef and the conditions of marine life.

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