Wednesday, December 11, 2013


Kapas Island is situated offshore about 10 minutes by fast boat from Marang jetty, 20 minute s south of Kuala Terengganu. It is a lovely small island with beautiful, quiet, unspoiled sandy beaches; cool and clear blue waters, swaying coconut trees and caves with swallows’ nests. Its waters are home to beautiful marine life such as fish, turtles, corals and others. It is a great place for swimming, snorkeling, diving, wind surfing, kayaking, boating or just pure relaxation. Accommodation varies from deluxe and budget chalets offering air conditioned or fan.

The waters around the island abound with sea shells, fish and turtles. Snorkeling and underwater diving are popular along stretched of shallow coral reefs of the island’s western shore. A World War II shipwreck located 5 nautical miles is the key attraction to divers. During the months of May to August, you can go squid fishing.

Tuesday, November 5, 2013


Perhentian Island is situated about 21 km off the coast Terengganu and comprises two islands – Perhentian Besar Island and Perhentian Kecil Island. It is accessible from Kuala Besut jetty, a one-and-half-hour drive north of Kuala Terengganu.

Surrounded by tropical rainforest, golden sandy beaches, tall swaying palm trees and warm sapphire blue waters, this exotic tropical island is a must for all nature lovers and it is also an ideal destination for swimming, wind surfing, deep sea fishing, sailing, boating and canoeing. It also boasts wonderful underwater treasures of naturally formed landscaped coral gardens and magnificent marine lives.

Coral Bay on Perhentian Kecil Island offers marvelous views of the sunset. It is also a perfect paradise for nature lovers as there are paths available for exploration of the virgin tropical jungle. On the northern shore of Perhentian Besar Island lie three coved bays where you can indulge in turtle watching.

The Island of Perhentian Island offers spectacular dive sites. Sightings of dolphins and whale sharks, the largest fish in the world, are quite common in these waters. The harmless creatures of the sea are usually found close to the equator where they enjoy basking in the warm waters and surprisingly take little or no notice of divers.

Tuesday, October 22, 2013


Perhaps Perhentian Island, Redang Island and some other pulau are too famous and ‘over heated’ with too many people, Rhu Hentian Island which is only 15 nautical miles from offshore Kuala Besut is not known to most people. It is indeed a newly discovered and developing island in East Coast.

 Because it is so close to the mainland, Rhu Hentian Island is accessible through Kuala Besut 20 minutes by boat. This isolated island is no doubt is an added value advantage for holiday seekers. The ecology system on the island and the marine life remain unspoiled due to this reason.

Monday, September 9, 2013


Lang Tengah Island is small island located between Perhentian Island dan Redang Island that can be reached by a 30 minutes boat ride from Merang jetty. The clear emerald waters and the coral reefs around it are popular with scuba divers and snorkelers. The Island itself is covered by hilly tropical rainforest with varied flora and fauna.

According to the locals, Lang Tengah takes it name from two sayings. The first one saying that ‘Lang’ come from ‘Helang’ in the Malay language which means an eagle, therefore Lang Tengah means eagle resting on the middle island. Only a few resorts with their own private beach will give visitors their wonderful holiday undisturbed…

Wednesday, August 7, 2013


Imagine… relaxing on tropical island, diving with fishes of different shapes and sizes, or snorkel to observe the colorful corals. Ever thought of a really uninterrupted vacation, sun bathing on the isolated beach, doing practically nothing … The way to experience the islands of Terengganu is endless.

Rhu Hentian Island
Lang Tengah Island
Perhentian Island
Redang Island
Kapas Island
Tenggol Island
Gemia Island

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