Island Hopping on the East Coast of Malaysia

Calm escape from the everyday... Magnificent beaches, crystal clear water, excellent diving and lazy days spent swimming and relaxing on Perhentian Island and Lang Tengah Islands.

Best time to visit is during the dry season from April to October.

Touring style: self-guided adventure

Island Hopping on the East Coast of Malaysia at a glance
  • Day 1-5: Kuala Lumpur to Perhentian Island
  • Day 6: Perhentian Island
  • Day 7-11: Perhentian Island
  • Day 12: Perhentian Island to Lang Tengah Island
  • Day 13-14: Lang Tengah Island
  • Day 15: Lang Tengah Island to Kuala Lumpur
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Day 1-3: Kuala Lumpur to Perhentian Island

Arrive Kuala Lumpur International Airport and connect with an onward flight to Kota Bharu. Take a private transfer to Kuala Besut Jetty for a boat transfer to the Perhentian Islands. Stay 5 nights.

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Day 4: Perhentian Island

Take a water taxi and transfer to Tuna Bay Island Resort.

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Day 7: Perhentian Island to Lang Tengah Island

Private Boat Transfer to Lang Tengah Island. Stay 3 nights.

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Day 10: Lang Tengah Island to Kuala Lumpur

Boat Transfer to Merang Jetty for onward land transfer to Kuala Terengganu Airport for departure.

Highlights

Pulau Perhentian: a tropical paradise

Covered by dense virgin jungle, sandy white beaches and surrounded by sapphire blue waters, Pulau Perhentian is a tropical sanctuary for fishermen, migratory birds and the intrepid visitor.

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Accommodation

Perhentian Island, Standard Class
Perhentian Island Resort

Located between Kelantan and Terengganu on Peninsular Malaysia’s East Coast, the pristine sands of the resort, set idyllically facing the clear, azure waters of the South China Sea are reached by a charming 20-minute transfer from Kuala Besut Jetty.

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Perhentian Island, Standard Class
BuBu Long Beach Resort

Located on the island of Pulau Perhentian Kecil, and set exquisitely on arguably the most spectacular beach on Peninsular Malaysia, the resort is secluded yet an easy walk to nearby facilities and attractions.

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