The Best Islands in Malaysia

The Best Islands in Malaysia

The best islands in Malaysia

Malaysia is known for its many exotic islands with stunning beaches, tropical rain forests, and diverse cultures. 

Many of the islands offer popular diving and snorkeling destinations due to its clear waters and colorful coral reefs. However, the islands of Malaysia are not just about beaches and diving. There is much to try there, such as colonial villages, beautiful temples, vibrant resorts, and adventure activities.

Learn about the best islands of Malaysia.

The Langkawi Archipelago

The Langkawi Archipelago

Langkawi is an archipelago of 99 Malaysian islands, near the Thai border in the Andaman Sea. Langkawi offers tourists the widest variety of activities to see and do.

A common activity there is to ride the cable car to Gunung Mat Chinchang and walk across the Sky Bridge to see great views across Thailand. Nearby, Langkawi's highest peak, Gunung Raya, boasts a resort, restaurant and a superb watchtower at its top.
There are also many attractions such as Laman Padi Park, Underwater World's indoor aquarium, and Oriental Village where visitors can enjoy cultural performances, watch the snake magician and ride elephants.

An exciting experience in the Ferdinand Islands

Perhentian Islands

Located off the coast of northeastern Malaysia and close to the Thai border, the Ferdinand Islands are Malaysia's favorite place for budget travelers.
The two main islands are Perhentian Besar (Great Ferhatan) and Perhentian Kecil (Little Ferhatan). On these islands some of the most beautiful beaches in Malaysia, where you can do great diving, along with a lot of cheap accommodation. Visitors can also explore the tropical forest that covers much of the island's territory.

Tioman Islands

Although one of Malaysia's most commercially developed islands, the Tioman Islands still maintain much of their natural beauty and wildlife diversity, including monitor lizard. Surrounded by coral reefs, the island is also an ideal spot for diving and snorkeling. Tourists can also enjoy jungle tours, swim under waterfalls, visit a turtle farm and experience local culture in the traditional village of Juara Beach.

Tenggol Island

Tenggol Island

Tikgol Island gives visitors the feeling of being on their tropical island. The island was traditionally uninhabited but now houses many hotels. The magnificent beaches of the White Island are framed by tropical emerald forests in the interior of the island. The small island is a site that is cherished by both fishermen and divers.

Quiet experience on Kapas Island

Kapas Island

Cabas Island is located off the coast of Marang. Pulau Kapas means Cotton Island, a name given by locals because of its soft white beaches. Divers and divers visit the island because of the beautiful, calm waters filled with a variety of marine life.

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