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Malaysia is a blessed land of immense beauty in terms of natural heritage. Malaysia's long coastline and many coral-fringed islands, with the straits of Malacca to the west, the South China Sea to the east, the Andaman Sea to the north-west and the straits of Johor to the south, give rise to a large number of fabulous beaches with all the pristine qualities of a tropical paradise. Along the east coast of Peninsular Malaysia the stretch of, white sandy beaches are one of the greatest gifts to Malaysia. Characterised by beautiful coral islands of the gleaming beaches and tall palm trees overlooking the clear blue waters of the sea. Malaysia's greatest gifts is it's rich aquatic life and lavish coral reefs and hundreds of tropical islands of glistening beaches and tall palm trees overlooking the clear blue waters of the sea. The main lure is the rich marine life and spectacular coral reefs. “Pulau” as in the Bahasa Malaysia ( Malay Language) means Island/s. The best of these islands are Pulau Tioman in Pahang, Pulau Perhentian Kecil, Pulau Perhentian Besar, Pulau Redang, Pulau Lang Tengah, Pulau Gemia, Pulau Tenggol and Pulau Kapas in Terengganu, Pulau Rawa, Pulau Pemmanggil, Pulau Tengah, Pulau Aur, Pulau Beasr, Pulau Tinggi and Pulau Sibu in Johor, Pulau Layang Layang, Pulau Sipadan, Pulau Kapalai and Pulau Mabul in Sabah, Pulau Besar in Malacca, Pulau Pangkor and Pulau Pangkor Laut in Perak, Pulau Rebak and Langkawi in Kedah, Pulau Pinang, Labuan and hundreds more. Some are with inhabitants and some are not. These islands offers a host of aqua activities like fishing, skin diving, scuba diving, snorkelling, lobster hunting, underwater photography, wind surfing and boating. Catch the golden sunrise, clear emerald blue sea and miles of golden sandy palm fringed beaches. Dive underwater for the mesmerising coral gardens and thriving marine life. The tropical waters off both Peninsular Malaysia and Borneo offer some of the world's best scuba diving spots.
Malaysia has become increasingly aware of the biological and economic importance of its marine heritage, and each year brings better access to and protection for the unique marine life. Malaysia has it all and will leave the most discerning diver with unforgettable memories. Welcome to the islands of Malaysia and Malaysia's Island Resorts.



Redang is an archipelago, comprising the main island, Pulau Redang, and its associated islets, Pulau Pinang, Pulau Ekor Tebu, Pulau Kerengga Kecil, Pulau Kerengga Besar, Pulau Paka Kecil, Pulau Paku Besar, Pulau Ling and Pulau Lima. Recognizing the importance of the exceptional marine biodiversity and fragile marine ecosystems within the archipelago, and the need for conservation, the waters surrounding the archipelago have been gazetted as a Marine Park under the Establishment of Marine Parks Malaysia Order 1994 (Fisheries Act 1995). The most magnetic draw of Pulau Redang, besides its amazing marine flora and fauna, marvelous beaches and crystal-clear glasslike waters, is its idyllic and tranquil ambience, a laid-back island of exceptional charm and beauty that reeks with romance and romanticism. Emerald coloured translucent waters, sheltered by secluded coves and bays under a sunny blue sky, are calm with gentle surf washing shores of powdery white and golden sands sloping gradually into the sea. This remarkable phenomenon of nature on Redang creates an ideal environment to swim or snorkel to view the stunning proliferation of coral diversity.


It comprises of two islands, Pulau Perhentian Kecil, and Pulau Perhentian Besar, gazetted as a Marine Park. Over the past few years, the islands have captured the hearts of many because of their immense natural pristine beauty and amazing diversity of marine life. Fabulous living corals grow profusely on the sea's floor, a perfect haven for snorkellers, Scuba divers and underwater photographers. For those fortunate enough, you may even catch a glimpse of dolphins and pilot whales playfully swimming in the azure crystal-clear waters, normally in the months of July and August. The months between November and February, being the monsoon period, are best avoided as the seas get somewhat rough and chalet operators tend to close for business and a welcome break to the mainland. The main island offers fantastic stretches of white powdery sands and numerous coves that guarantee privacy and tranquility. The smaller island beckons those with an interest in observing rustic fishing villages.


Layang Layang is a coral atoll in the middle of the South China Sea. A sheer drop of 2000 metres around the rim of the atoll provides exhilarating wall diving. Soft and hard coral of all types and sizes with excellent visibility of 50-60 metres afford a majestic view of this gigantic hanging garden. Famous residents and regular visitors include Napolean wrasse, Manta ray, Hawk bill turtle, Dog Tooth Tuna, White Tip Reef Sharks and the awesome schools of Hammerhead sharks. The resort is open from March - November and closed for the months between January and February.


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 Sabah's eastern coast. Just 15 feet from the beach, the water turns indigo blue as the sea drops abruptly to 2,850ft deep. It is rather awe-inspiring. Myriad of colorful tropical fish swim in the warm water near the surface whereas huge groupers nose about. Moreover, the water gets so dark that one would not really know what lurks below. This famous feature won Sipadan island a "Best Beach Dive in the World" award in 1993.

The main attraction for divers is the rich and unique variety of corals both soft and hard. Reef fish of every shape and hue can be found in these waters. Colorful butterfly fishes, angel fishes, damsel fishes of electric blue and bright orange colors inhabit the coral reefs, thus adding to the splendor of the underwater havens. A beautiful white-sand beach fringes Sipadan but the real beauty of this island is in its waters. The season for diving is from mid-February to mid-December. Visibility ranges from 60 feet to over 200 feet. Several dive spots have even been identified and given exotic names after the variety of corals and marine life that are unique to these spots. There is the "Hanging Gardens", the "Barracuda Point", and the exciting "Turtle Cavern".


Set like a glittering jewel amidst the South China Sea, Tioman Island, the largest of a group of 64 volcanic islands, beckons the visitor with its white beaches and crystal clear azure seas. A sense of excitement and mystery pervades the island and the visitor will be enchanted by the picturesque beauty of this tropical paradise. Populated by friendly villagers who live an unhurried lifestyle, Tioman Island has a way of making your troubles seem like a thousand miles away. Considered one of the world's ten most beautiful islands. This volcanic island has steep slopes of lush green vegetation and a multicolored profusion of orchids and other tropical flowers. Stunning waterfalls cascade down these tropical slopes and make their way down through secluded sandy beaches to the clear blue waters and its iridescent coral reefs. Untouched with its natural beauty, Tioman Island draw thousands of tourist yearly to its beaches. Sun lovers and those who are fascinated by sea shells will find the miles and miles of palm-fringed beaches a sheer delight with their myriad varieties of these lovely sea creatures. You can spend hours just languishing on the white pearly beach, looking up the sun for the perfect tan. Popular beaches include the ones around the villages of Tekek, Genting, and Salang. A walk on one of these beaches at sunset is truly enchanting and will simply take your breath away.


Largely inhabited by fisher-folk who live in fishing settlements scattered along the coast, Pangkor, in stark contrast to Malaysia's fast-paced progress remains a haven for those seeking to get away from the hustle and bustle of city life. Here, visitors can bask in the sun on her golden beaches and catch sights of fishing boats rocking gently on calm blue waters. Situated 7km from historic Lumut town across the Straits of Malacca, it has for centuries enthralled visitors with her charming beauty, idyllic bays, pristine beaches, and vibrant tropical forests. Hence it comes as no surprise that she has been a welcome stopover for the sea weary, pirates, and adventurers in the old days. In fact, it was at one time ruled by European conquerors such as the Dutch and British yet her natural wonders have remained unscarred and her environment as tranquil and harmonious as ever. Today's Pangkor is a thriving tourist destination that does not reflect her turbulent past.


Venture into the relics of World War II warships and modern era freighters. Encrusted with lush colourful corals and an abundance of large fish, these 4 wrecks offer great photo opportunities. Labuan is undoubtedly the wreck diving capital of Asia. This triangular island of 92 square kilometres is situated at the mouth of Brunei Bay, North Borneo. Most of the wrecks are found in relatively shallow water to 35 metres and are easily accessible by recreational scuba divers.


Pulau Lang Tengah is slowly gaining popularity due to its proximity to Pulau Redang. Currently, there are only two resorts on this island. Like other islands in Malaysia, it offers crystal clear water, white sandy beaches, and lots of sun.


Pulau Gemia is a tiny island off the coast of Terengganu in South China Sea. This island has only one resort; it is also a designated turtle santuary park.


Penyabong and its surrounding islands is Malaysia's well kept secret. With approximately 12 untouched and uninhibited tropical islands surrounding the Penyabong coastline, this destination is rich with colorful corals and exotic sea life. White sandy beaches line the islands and crystal clear water allows you to have a clear look at the activities that goes on underwater. Snorkel across corals the size of a large dining table and look out for the abundance shellfish littered on the seabed. This is also a perfect diving spot where baby sharks and baby barracudas are frequently seen. History has it that the HMS Tenet was sunk here by the Japanese during WWII in front of Aceh Island, which is located approximately 70 feet under. During low tide, take a stroll across the shallow waters between Pulau Sribuat and Pulau Sembilan and paddle by the edge of the miniature mangroves.


Langkawi, part of yet situated just off the coast of Kedah, is actually made up of 99 islands. The largest of which is Pulau Langkawi, while some of the others appear to be mere dots in the emerald green ocean when viewed from the air. Langkawi offers natural attractions unsurpassed by any other in the region. Those who love a tropical island holiday and a place far from the maddening crowd will find their haven in Langakawi Island. The outstanding natural landscapes of the Langkawi Islands proclaim them a true tropical paradise. Besides its whites sandy beaches and limestone hills, its lush vegetation filled with exotic flora and fauna would attract natural lovers.

Pulau Rebak lies on the east side of Langkawi. It's a private island consisting of 383 acres of lush pristine forest and has a spectacular view of the Straits of Melaka, overlooking the Andaman Sea. It's name is derived from the Rebak tree, found in abundance on the island. On the South western tip of Pulau Rebak is Rebak Marina Resort.


A tropical island with luxurious beach resort, significant history, superb local food. Penang, the Pearl of the Orient, is the most culturally diverse East Asia holiday destination today. Lying at the crossroads of great civilizations, Penang, more than any other state in Malaysia, is the country's cultural melting pot. In the early years of its founding, the island attracted people of all races from seemingly all points of the compass. Penang today, like most of its counterparts in the country, bears the mark of an early history of successive foreign influences. From the early Indian Civilization that took root in northern Malaya, to the Portuguese, Dutch, and later the British who came to this part of the world in search of spices and stayed on to participate in the lucrative trade.


Located in the Sulu Sea 40 kilometres north of Sandakan is the most important turtle breeding spot in all of South East Asia. It is encompasse 1,740 hectares which compromises of three small islands; Pulau Selingan, Pulau Bakkungan Kecil and Pulau Gulisan. Turtle Island Park is the breeding ground of huge Green Turtles that lumber ashore at night to lay their eggs. Pulau Selingan is the main nesting area for the green turtles chelonia mydas, while the hawksbill turtles seem particularly interested in the island of Gulisan. The islands are built over shallow rocky shoals from coral shingle from the surrounding reef on the fringes. They are covered with a variety of plant life which includes mangrove, lantana, the yellow-flowered sophora and the furry silver-leaved Tournefortia. However, the most attractive event here is the turtles which come to nest on their shores. Pulau Selingan is the main nesting area for the green turtles chelonia mydas, while the hawksbill turtles Eretmochelys seem particularly attracted to the shores of Pulau Gulisan. Both species lay their eggs on these shores throughout the year although the best months are between July to October. The islands were gazetted as Marine Parks in 1977 primarily for the protection of these two species in order to save them from extinction.

Some other islands that need mention are, Lankayan Island, Aur Island, Kapas Island, Pemanggil Island, Kapalai Island, Pulau Daar, Papan Island,

Malaysia Hotels Dot CC, brings you some of the best hotels on some of our Malaysia Island Resorts. We bring to you Blue Coral Island Resort, Suria Perhentian Resort and Square Point Resort on Lang Tengah Island, Terengganu, Rimba Resort on Sibu Island, Johor, Teluk Dalam Beach Resort Pangkor Island, Tiger Rock Pangkor Island and DCH Holiday Home on Pangkor Island, Mutiara Burau Bay Resort, Casa Del Mar Langkawi, Tanjung Sanctuary Resort, Holiday Villa Langkawi, City Bayview Langkawi, The Datai Langkawi and Beach Garden Resort & Bistro on Langkawi Island, Mutiara Beach Resort Ferringhi Penang, Crown Prince Hotel Penang, Tanjung Bungah Beach Hotel Penang, Naza Hotel Tanjung Tokong Penang, Ferringhi Beach Hotel Penang, Casuarina Beach Resort Penang and Sri Sayang Resort Penang on Penang Island. We present them here comprehensively with factual information on all our participating hotels and resorts on Malaysia Island Resorts.

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The Bayview Hotel, located conveniently in the heart of down-town Kuah has been designed to accomodate the demands of both leisure and business travellers alike with its understated luxury and amenities. Welcome !!!.

Holiday Villa Beach Resort & Spa Langkawi in the northern tip of Peninsular Malaysia off the coast of Kedah is a 4-star hotel with excellent amenities and services in which this private sanctuary, we called it, features spacious and well-furnished guestrooms. CLICK HERE

Located in the southern tip of Langkawi Island in the north of Peninsular Malaysia, Federal Villa Beach Resort Langkawi in the northern tip of Peninsular Malaysia off the coast of Kedah is a first class resort on a truly deluxe class beach, Pantai Tengah. CLICK HERE

Aseania Resort Langkawi is located on the beautiful island of Langkawi, about 10 minutes drive from Langkawi International Airport, walking distance from Underwater World, Duty Free Shopping Centre and Main Souvenir Market. CLICK HERE

A three star resort with class of itself situated at Pantai Tengah Beach, in the famous northern tip of Peninsular Malaysia in Langkawi Island, the TM Resort Langkawi offers good accommodation with facilities such as room servive, coffee shops, babysitting facilities, restaurant. CLICK HERE

Enjoy the best sparkling seas and coastal forests of Langkawi at Mutiara Burau Bay.The sprawling resort is nestled between one of Langkawi's best beach and 19 acres of tropical rainforest.

The whole 67 acres of the exclusive private beach on Tanjung Sanctuary Langkawi is covered in tropical forest, with magnificent sweeping bays of sandy beaches, acres of closely guarded secrets, a miracle of nature left undisturbed.

Beach Garden Resort is located at one of the islands most beautiful beaches. Pantai Cenang is well known for it's romantic sunsets. All our 12 marble-floored guestrooms are well Air - conditioned and equipped with mini-fridge and electronic safes. CLICK HERE

The Andaman, Langkawi is a tropical paradise featuring 188 elegantly appointed rooms and suites with spectacular views of ancient virgin rainforests, the legendary Machincang Mountain and Andaman Sea. Such graceful surroundings complement the inherent warmth of traditional Malaysian hospitality that is conveyed throughout the property. Superb accommodations, numerous restaurants and bars, and a host of delightful activities to suit every holiday pleasure, ensure guests a memorable Langkawi experience. CLICK HERE

Nested against a dramatic backdrop of mountains are ancient lakes and forests, waterfalls and beaches, all of which enhance the wonder that is Langkawi. Blessed with a balmy climate that promises warm temperatures throughout the year, it beckons visitors that come seeking escape from the cares of the every day.

Sunset Beach Resort is an intimate hideaway on beautiful Pantai Cenang / Pantai Tengah, a famous tourist destination, west coast of Pulau Langkawi Malaysia. Away from the hustle-bustle of Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia's cosmopolitan capital, Sunset Beach Resort is a welcome breath of fresh air, palm trees and sun-kissed sand. CLICK HERE

Pelangi word in Malay means Rainbow in English. Pelangi Beach & Spa Resort is colourful paradise full of friendly charm and gentle hospitality
In here, the lush tropical gardens bathe in the warm sunshine by day and the balmy breeze of romantic nights. CLICK HERE

Rebak Island Resort – A Taj Hotel is the only resort on a privately owned 390 acre Rebak Island that commands a magnificent view of the Senari straits bordering the Andaman Sea with a pristine and secluded beach. The Rebak Island, named after the native Rebak tree, is one of the 99 isles that make up the legendary Langkawi. The island is blessed with a tropical climate, stunning rock formations, a lush forest that goes back a million years. CLICK HERE

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