5 Best Malaysian Islands
Every year in July is the best time to visit. The most peaceful beach with plenty of wildlife and cute resorts around, if you are lucky, you can swim with the baby sharks and sea turtles. Redang island is the best island to relief your soul. And its extremely white beach is known for offering memorable experiences!
Clear turquoise waters, palm-fringed shorelines, and coral reefs rich in marine life (sea turtles, blue-spotted rays, and grouper abound here) are found everywhere. This island is developing slowly, providing a very natural and still unspoiled scene. The uninhabited islands offer some of the best diving, snorkeling, and softer sand and can only be reached via private boats and tours.
A small town in the southernmost point of the Malay peninsula, Mersing is the main jetty for boats heading to this island. A tropical island resort with clear sky-blue water that slopes softly into the ocean and is perfect for swimming or daydreaming. Simply get your toes wet when you walk on the powdery white sands. Pulau Rawa offers great diving & snorkeling activities. You can also rent a kayak or try sailing.
There is always a refreshing, new idea to visit Malaysia. Semporna is a town on the island of Borneo, in the Malaysian state of Sabah. It’s the gateway to Tun Sakaran Marine Park, a group of 8 islands with dive sites on the Kapikan and Church reefs. Bodgaya Lagoon is home to eagle rays and barracudas.
Malaysia’s biggest recreation island, thanks to the winning combination of glorious beaches, and luminous turquoise waters. Most of the coast is protected from the open sea by rippling limestone sea stacks, making the beaches here calm and safe for swimming. There’s not much in the way of nightlife but it’s easy to fill your day with relaxing activities, from cable car rides to rainforest hikes.