Monday, October 11, 2010


Kapas Island answers to all your hopes for an idyllic tropical island – swaying palm trees, untouched jungle, turquoise water gently lapping at the beach and colourful coral reefs just off the shore. This picturesque getaway is less than 5 km from the mainland and is reached within 15 minutes by speedboat from the coastal fishing village of Marang. Its accessibility from the mainland makes it popular with locals for daytrips and the fairly good availability of budget accommodation means that it is also popular with backpackers.

 The resorts on Kapas Island are mostly spread out over three beaches on the western shore, facing the mainland. Accommodation here ranges from dorm rooms to moderately priced air-conditioned chalets.  More luxurious accommodation is available on Gemia Island, a small islet just a few hundred metres northwest of Kapas.Pulau Kapas means Cotton Island in Malay and this peculiar name is attributed to the pure white beaches that are the trademark of this island. The name comes as no surprise once you have walked along these beaches: the sand is soft and white and slopes gently into the crystal clear water.

Another reason why Kapas Island is popular is because of the excellent snorkelling in the waters surrounding the island. There is an abundance of corals and other marine life, visibility is good and the water is shallow and calm. Because the coral is mainly around the rocky edges of the island, you can still go swimming off the beautiful beaches, even at low tide. Kapas Island may be easy to reach, but it is much harder to leave this island after being immersed in its beauty.

Camping (4D 3N/ 3D 2N) 
a)      Tent + camp site
b)      Raw material (food) [D.I.Y.]
c)      Toilet + shower room
d)      Kitchen
e)      Boat (2way) & transportation from Dungun to Marang Jetty
f)       Meals + BBQ
g)      Snorkeling
Price: MYR180/pax, MYR150/pax

 Resort/Chalet (3D 2N) 
a)      4 meals/day (breakfast+ lunch+ hi-tea+ dinner)+ BBQ on the last night
b)      Ferry (2way)
c)      Room
d)     Snorkeling (3times/day)
e)      Island tour(by walking+ 1 guider)
Price: MYR230/pax

Friday, October 8, 2010


Redang Island boasts with white sandy beaches lined with palm trees, crystal clear waters and spectacular coral reefs. It’s everything that you hoped a tropical island would be and this idyllic place is less than an hour from the east coast of peninsular Malaysia.

 Most of the resorts on Redang Island are lined up along Pasir Panjang (Long Beach), arguably one of the best stretches of beach in all of Malaysia. A handful of other resorts are tucked away in private beach coves, the most impressive being Teluk Dalam (Deep Bay) where the Berjaya Beach Resort is located.
With excellent visibility and spectacular, easily accessible coral reefs, it is no wonder that Redang is hailed as a scuba diving and snorkelling paradise. Even right in front of the most popular beach, the rocks are home to various species of coral, reef sharks (harmless to humans) and moray eels. Redang and the surrounding islets were gazetted as a marine park in the early 90’s and human activity in the area is strictly controlled in order to protect the marine ecosystems.
Under the protected status, Redang has experienced a tourism boom and is a very popular weekend destination. Apart from the impressive diving, picturesque beaches (and beach parties), another thing that has contributed to Redang’s popularity in recent years is the hit Chinese comedy Summer Holiday that was shot on location here.

Redang Island has everything that you need for a fun island holiday – great beaches, warm tropical waters and plenty to do during the day and night time. 

 Camping (4D 3N)
a)   Tent+ camp site
b)   Raw material(meal) [D.I.Y.]
c)      Toilet+ shower room
d)     Kitchen
e)      Ferry/ speed boat(2way) from Shahbandar Jetty
f)       1 BBQ
g)      Snorkeling (3times/day)

Price=MYR280/pax, MYR2500/10pax

 Resort/Chalet (3D 2N)
a)      Room (2N)
b)      Snorkeling (2times/day)
c)      Meals (breakfast, lunch, hi-tea, dinner)+ 1 BBQ
d)     Trip to long beach(everyday)
e)      Ferry/speed boat from Shahbandar Jetty
Price=MYR350/pax, MYR3150/10/pax

Thursday, October 7, 2010


Pahang, the largest state in Peninsular Malaysia, is also home to Tioman, an enchanting island in the South China Sea. The state is blessed with a beautiful coastline, which offers endless tropical bliss for sun-seekers. About 36 nautical miles off Malaysia's east coast lay Pulau Tioman, or Tioman Island a tear-shape paradise. 

An enduring and tranquil island, Tioman Island boasts miles and miles of white sandy beaches and swaying palm trees, charming villages and friendly people. Its crystal clear water promise spectacular marine life and colourful coral gardens. The striking profile of the twin peaks of Gunung Nenek Semukut provides a markable landmark to this beautiful island reputed to be one of the most beautiful and idyllic islands in the world.


Tioman Rock Beach Resort (3D 2N) Full package
a.    Meals (breakfast, lunch, hi-tea, dinner)+ 1 BBQ
b.    Snorkeling (3 times daily)
c.    Island tour (by walking+ 1 guider)
d.    Ferry ticket (2 ways)

Price: MYR300/pax, MYR2800/10pax

Monday, October 4, 2010


Off the coast of perak State, north of Selangor , lies a cluster of fabulous islands with unquestionably some of the best coves and beaches on the western coast of peninsular Malaysia. Among them, two islands predominate in terms of accessibility, infrastructure and development - the largest island, Pangkor and her sister Pangkor Laut. Those who are not familiar with the geographical locations generally confuse the two.

Forty minutes by ferry from Lumut, the popular island resort of Pulau Pangkor (Pangkor Island) welcomes visitors with its serene golden beaches, crystalline blue waters, and cool refreshing breezes. Located about 90km south west of lpoh, it is largely inhabited by fisherfolk.

They live in scattered fishing settlements along the coast especially on the eastern side, facing the town of Lumut and Teluk Batik, and their catch comprises mainly cuttlefish and anchovy. The modern facilities make it an ideal gateway. A wide range of sun and sea activities are available such as scuba diving, wind-surfing, fishing, snorkeling.

Seagull Beach Village(3D 2N) Full package
 a.    Meals (breakfast, lunch, hi-tea, dinner)+ 1BBQ 
b.    Snorkeling (3times daily) 
c.    Island tour(by walking+1 guider) 
d.    Ferry ticket(2 ways) 

Price: MYR250/pax, MYR2300/10pax


Located at the north-eastern coast of Peninsular Malaysia. About 21 km off shores the remote town of Kuala Besut. There are two lovely unspoiled island lie amidst exquisitely clear waters. Pulau Perhentian Kecil (Small Perhentian) and Perhentian Besar (Big Perhentian) comprise the Perhentian Island, aptly named after "henti"(stop) as fishermen from mainland Kelantan and Terengganu have, for centuries, stopped over at the island for a rest or to shelter during a major storm. A rocky virgin jungle provides hour of adventures for trekkers who may chance upon flying fox, long-tailed macaques and monitor lizards, while the underneath marine life shows off a splendid garden of coral. 


Watercolours Impiani Resort(3D 2N) Full package
a.    Meals (breakfast, lunch, hi-tea, dinner)+ 1 BBQ
b.    Snorkeling (3times daily)
c.    Island tour(by walking+ 1 guider)
d.    Ferry ticket(2 ways) 

Price: MYR380/pax, MYR3600/10pax 

Watercolour Paradise Resort (3D 2N) Full Package

Package contents as the same at Watercolour Impiani Resort.

Price: MYR350/pax, MYR3300/10pax