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Home >> Malaysia Islands
Malaysia Islands
Malaysia’s islands and beaches are some of the best in the world. Sunny breezes, white sandy beaches and a serene atmosphere are our hallmark of perfection. Idyllic beaches, clear blue waters, palm trees gently swaying to the rhythm of crashing waves – visitors have always been enchanted by the unspoilt beauty and tranquillity of Malaysia’s islands. Many of them are famous worldwide; more than one Malaysian island has been called a tropical paradise, and aptly so.
Banding Island ResortBanding Island, Perak
Pulau Banding is a man-made island located within the majestic Temenggor Lake. Sitting amidst the million-year old Belum Rainforest....... More
Besar Island ResortBesar Island, Johor
Located off the east coast of Johor - 15 km from Mersing, the Besar Island is another Malaysia’s paradise island with the white...... More
Gaya Island ResortGaya Island, Sabah
Gaya Island is the biggest island of the 5 islands, making the Tunku Abdul Rahman Park. You can't miss this island. It sits right 20 minutes boatride ...... More
Gemia Island ResortGemia Island, Terengganu
When it comes to island holidays, less is more. The lesser known the island, the better it is. Fewer crowds, more space; less development ...... More
Jerejak Island ResortJerejak Island, Penang
Pulau Jerejak is a little island off the Penang main island, teeming with a rich diversity of flora and fauna. Some of the amazing sights here include ...... More
Kapalai Island ResortKapalai Island, Sabah
Pulau Kapalai is a hidden island between Sipadan and Mabul. It is actually a sand bar that sits upon a stretch of reefs, called the ‘Ligitan Reefs’....... More
Kapas Island ResortKapas Island, Terengganu
This island is renowned for its pure emerald waters, white sandy beaches, swaying palm trees, dazzling marine life, and superb coral formation. .....More
Labuan Island ResortLabuan Island, Sabah
Labuan is an island that is located approximately 8km off the coast of the state of Sabah at the mouth of the Brunei Bay. It comprises of one ......More
Langkawi Island ResortLangkawi Island, Kedah
A true tropical paradise, Langkawi is steeped in history. Its past is full of legends of wronged maidens and lovelorn princesses, all of . ......More
Lankayan Island ResortLankayan Island, Sabah
Lankayan Island, located in the Sulu Sea North West of Sandakan is a small piece of paradise, complete with white sandy beaches, casuarina trees . ......More
Lang Tengah Island ResortLang Tengah Island, Terengganu
Lang Tengah Island lies in the middle of Malaysia's foremost Marine Park sanctuary where living corals and endangered species of   ......More
Layang-Layang Island ResortLayang-Layang Island, Sabah
A diver's paradise, Sabah's Layang-Layang is actually a new name for an oceanic atoll once called "Swallow Reefs". Situated approximately ......More
Mabul Island ResortMabul Island, Sabah
Pulau Mabul is a small 20 hectares oval shaped island, ringed with sandy beaches and perched on the northwest corner of a larger 200 . ......More
Mataking Island ResortMataking Island, Sabah
A new word is slipping into the dictionary of diving in the Sipadan area and the word is Mataking. While there are plenty of options for diving Sipadan ......More
Pangkor island ResortPangkor Island, Perak
Largely inhabited by fisher-folk who live in fishing settlements scattered along the coast, Pangkor - in stark contrast to Malaysia's fast-paced progress........More
Pemanggil Island ResortPemanggil Island, Johor
Pemanggil Island sits 45kms east of Mersing, the take-off point to most islands off the Southern coast of Peninsular Malaysia. ......More
Perhentian Island ResortPerhentian Island, Terengganu
Surrounded by a virgin jungle, swaying palm trees, white sandy beaches, warm sapphire blue waters, and a colorful coral garden.........More
Rawa IslandRawa Island, Johor
Pulau Rawa is famous for it's tall palm trees, white coral sand and off shore coral reef which is rich with marine life and neon-green coloured ......More
Redang Island ResortRedang Island, Terengganu
The Redang island is surrounded by crystal clear waters, pearly white shores, and what could be the world's most mature coral garden...More
Sipadan Island ResortSipadan Island, Sabah
Acknowledged as one of the best diving and unique spots in Southeast Asia, Pulau Sipadan is located off the small coastal town of Semporna on .....More
Tenggol Island ResortTenggol Island, Terengganu
The west of the island is a steep sided wall that descends down to 30 metres where interesting boulders can be found. There’s plenty of colour with. ......More
Tiga Island ResortTiga Island, Sabah
Since that time, the island of Pulau Tiga has recently became a household place name known as the Survivor Island due to the popularr......More
Tinggi Island ResortTinggi Island, Johor
The island has fresh water, fruits, rattan, timber and a well sheltered harbor. Journey by boat to Tinggi Island takes approximately 40 ......More
Tioman Island ResortTioman Island, Pahang
Set like a glittering jewel amidst the South China Sea, the largest of a group of 64 volcanic islands, Tioman Island, beckons the visitor with its .....More
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