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Islands in Malaysia that you might have not been to yet..

islands, Malaysia


Posted on 17 April 2019



Malaysia has many islands since it has an excellent geographic location, the most famous islands are Langkawi, Penang, etc.


We are going to talk to you on some of our favourite islands that you might be familiar with, but the sceneries, oh, we could say is absolutely amazing.
So, come on~  Take a look with us!

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Pulau Tioman

The pure blue sea of Tioman Island makes it a perfect place for diving, and there are plenty of exciting water-based activities such as banana boat, jet skiing, etc. Except for water-based activities, Tioman Island also offers land-based activities such as jungle trekking and riding a motorbike around the island. Besides that, Tioman Island is also one of the tax-free islands in Malaysia, so don't miss out on the shopping!

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Pulau Redang

The movie Summer Holiday made Redang known to the public, and it was listed as a marine reservation park by the Malaysian government. Clearwater and good coral conservation make Redang one of the best snorkelling and diving spots in Malaysia. By the way, the turtle's nesting season is from May to September every year. If you are lucky, you can witness the turtles nesting in the turtle protection area on the island!

Tip: The island will be closed from October to March every year so be aware of the best time to visit!

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Pulau Kapas

Pulau Kapas is only 6km away from the Marang which is a palm island with clear water and white sandy beach. On this exquisite island, sea view, coconut trees and caves filled with swifts the marine life such as tropical fish, turtles, corals make this island more peaceful. It is also an amazing place to enjoy scuba diving as the marine creatures are waiting just for you to discover their beautiful world

If you wanna stay away from noise or you wanna escape to an extremely quiet place, don’t miss this little treasure of Malaysia.

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Rawa Island

Rawa island is a private island which is not overdeveloped, and it is also an environment-friendly island which sees maintaining the natural ecology as a goal. Besides that, there are only two resorts on the island that surround the pure clear water and the beach. Island attracts tourists who want to find a secluded place to spend their holidays, and the rocky cliffs along the coast are fascinating as well. 

Tips: The accommodations are really limited, so if you wanna visit the island, do reserve the accommodation in advance.

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