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Island In Malaysia

Islands of Malaysia are characterised as paradise islands, with crystal clear water, clean powdery sands, swaying palms, beautiful coral island. Pulau Tioman, Pulau Langkawi, Pulau Sipadan, Pulau Rawa, Pulau Sibu and Pulau Redang are among the best islands of Malaysia.

Pulau Langkawi

Also known as the island of myths, Pulau Langkawi is situated in the State of Kedah. Langkawi consists of a group of 99 tropical islands lying off the north-western coast of Peninsular Malaysia, about 30 km from Kuala Perlis and 51 km from Kuala Kedah on the mainland.

Pulau Rawa

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 fishes and other remarkable forms of sea life waters are safe for canoeing and windsurfing. Other sports that can be enjoyed here; fishing, skin-diving, scuba-diving, shell collection, lobster-hunting and underwater photography.

Tioman Island

Largest among a group of 64 volcanic islands, twinkles like a jewel in the South China sea. With crystal clear cerulean seas and white beaches, this mysterious island mesmerizes all with it's bewitching equatorial beauty. Among the prismatic coral reefs is a breathtakingly lovely cascade, which make it's way down through the secluded sandy beaches, falling from the equatorial slopes.

Redang Island

Surrounded by clean waters, pearly white shores, exotic marine life in exciting forms and colours and a breathtakingly lovely sunset view. Redang Island is located just 50 km from the mainland and a 2 hour ride from Marang Jetty. A scuba diver's paradise, this is the world's most colourful and mature coral park. Perfect swimming, snorkeling, scuba diving, jungle trekking, fishing, boating, and canoeing; it is one of the best spots in the world for diving. The marine life here is well protected, souvenir hunters are strictly prosecuted.

Pulau Sibu

Pulau Sibu lies within the East Coast of Johore. Fun activities includes various types of water sports like; canoeing, snorkeling, sailing, windsurfing, scuba diving,  deep sea fishing and jungle trekking. One can also pay a visit to the nearby islands of Sibu Besar Island, Sibu Kukus Island, Papan Island, Lama Island and Sibu Hujung Island.

Pulau Sipadan

On the eastern coast of Sabah, off the small coastal town of Semporna, Pulau Sipadan is one of the best diving spots in the Southeast Asia. With a sudden deep drop of the sea to 2850 ft, only 15 ft from the beach, the indigo blue of the water is awe-inspiring. This famous feature won Sipadan island a "Best Beach Dive in the World" award in 1993. Overflowing With the average visibility ranging between 60 ft to over 200 ft, the diving season remains from mid-February to mid-December.


Cave Exploring

Malaysian caves are filled with mystery and some of nature's most beautiful sculptures. Most of the caves in the country date back to the Stone Age while some caves in Sarawak are over 60 million years old. Although major expeditions have been carried out by the Royal Geographical Society in London and the British Caving Research Association, many caves are still not fully explored and remain an alluring, enticing adventure for the nature tourist.


Diving in Malaysia's crystal clear waters, rich in marine life is a tremendously popular sport to enjoy. To the east of the Peninsular, lies Pulau Redang, a great place to watch baby reef sharks and sea horses dancing in their natural colourful coral habitat.

Mountain Climbing 

Mountain climbing is also a pleasant though somewhat strenuous way to discover Malaysia's diverse and unique natural landscape of dense tropical rainforests in the low lands to mountain vegetation in the upper levels. Short climbs of 2-3 hours include Gunung Jerai in Kedah, Gunung Korbu in Perak and Gunung Tangsi in Negeri Sembilan. Gunung Kinabalu in Sabah tops Malaysia's challenging climbs at 4093m.

White Water Rafting

White water rafting comes naturally to the turbulent waters of Malaysia. The two main rivers for rafting in Sabah are the Padas and Kiulu Rivers, certified as Grade 3 and 2 respectively, in the international white water rafting grading system.
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