Pulau Manukan

Pulau Manukan, Sabah
Pulau Manukan This 51 acres boomerang shaped island is the second largest of the Tunku Abdul Rahman Park, Manukan has good stretches of beaches on the southern coastline. The best stretch is on the eastern tip of the island. There is a trail system around the island. Ideal for snorkelling, diving and swimming. 20 unit chalets, a clubhouse, restaurant, souvenirs and diving c...
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Tiga Park Islands / Pulau Tiga Park

PulauTiga, Sabah
The Pulau Tiga Park comprises three islands -  Tiga Island, Kalampunian Besar Island and Kalampunian Damit Island situated in the Kimanis Bay, off the west coast of Sabah. Gazetted as a National Park in 1987, it covers approximately 15,257 hectares of sea and underwater habitat including the three islands. Lush forests serve as a soothing green backdrop for white sandy beaches ...
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Sipadan Island (Pulau Sipadan)

Sipadan Water Village Resort
Sipadan, located 30 km off Semporna on the East Coast of Sabah is rated as the world's top dive sites. For the true diving enthusiast, the island needs no introduction. Praised by the internationally renowned oceanographer and filmmaker Jacques Cousteau as one of the best diving spots in the world, it is unique as the only oceanic island in Malaysia. Its geographic position put...
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Layang-Layang Island

Layang - Layang Island
Layang-Layang Atoll Layang-Layang or "Swallow Reefs" is an oceanic atoll, which lies about 300km north of Labuan near the famous Spratly group of islands. It is a world class diving and fishing paradise. Some rate it as a "Big fish and wall diving Mecca of Southeast Asia". Its coral walls plunge and staggering 2000 metres down to the floor of the South China Sea. Its wa...
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Sungai Ceralak Waterfalls

Sungai Ceralak Waterfalls
There are two waterfalls collectively called the Sungai Ceralak Waterfalls. The first, Sekayu known as Jeram Solo, is about 12 m high with a pool of about 250 sq m in area while the second, at 24 m with a 190 sq m pool, is called Jeram Padang. The area has some attractive trees and plants including various species of pretty wild flowers. The surrounding hills also provide a...
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Sekayu Waterfalls

Sekayu Waterfall, Terengganu
The sight of water gushing and failing from a high altitude and the sound of rushing water is a very pleasurable experience. A favourite retreat for visitors and locals alike, the Sekayu Waterfalls with its seven cascades are surrounded by its natural landscape of lush jungle-clad hills, a fruit orchard, a mini zoo, a bird park, a flower garden and countless species of flor...
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Masjid Tengku Tengah Zaharah

Tengku Tengah Zaharah Mosque, Kuala Terengganu
The Masjid Tengku Tengah Zaharah, located outside Kuala Terengganu is just 4.5km away. This is no ordinary mosque but one that is unique and said to be the only one of its kind in Malaysia. Combining modern and traditional architectural designs, the mosque creates an illusion of itself as floating on water.  
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Marang

Marang, Terengganu
Marang fishing village, located at the mouth of the Marang River,is a nice, relaxing spot for visitors and travellers, as described by some visitors of Marang, the village has a nice, tranquil feel to it. The residents of Marang village are nice and friendly. Also, inorder to get to Cotton Island(Pulau Kapas), then most visitors would have to stop by at Marang village, then...
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Kemaman & Cukai

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The capital for Kemaman district is Chukai, Some basic infrastructure such as shopping mall and cinema can be found in the city area. Chukai is famous for seafood and good coffee. Tong Juan Restaurant and the coffee, toast and kaya spread of Kedai Kopi Hai Ping. Adjoining is Kuala Kemaman, a little fishing village which is famous of otak-otak, satar and ikan bakar. T...
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