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Pulau Redang
White sandy beaches, crystal clear blue sea, brilliant underwater world... Redang archipelago comprises 9 islands (Lima Island, Paku Besar Island, Paku Kecil Island, Kerengga Besar Island, Kerengga Kecil Island, Ekor Tebu Island, Ling Island, Pinang Island and the main Redang Island) that abound with marvelous marine fishes, turtles and coral reefs that ensure great snorkelling and scuba-diving. It is a place you won’t want to missed!

Redang Island, locally known as Pulau Redang is one of the largest islands of the east coast of Malaysia. We can get there whether by air or by sea. By sea, the access is from Merang or Kuala Terengganu on boats operated by the resorts. There is also a small airport with services operated by Berjaya Air from Singapore (Seletar Airport) and Kuala Lumpur (Sultan Abdul Aziz Shah Airport).From the very first glance, Pulau Redang will enchant visitors with its compelling beauty. Its crystal clear blue sea and white sandy beach against the backdrop of verdant jungle-clad hills make picture-postcard views. Redang island has won Malaysia Tourism Awards in Malaysia Best Innovative Tour Operator for the year 2008 and 2009, and The Best Domestic Tour Operator for 4 consecutive years. Redang Island is available either for sea activities or or land activities. Redang Island is perfect for snorkeling, swimming, scuba diving, jungle trekking, nature walk, beach game, boating and canoeing. This is the chance to see and be acquainted with the local eel, black tipped shark. Chance to encounter with the Green turtle and Hawkbill turtle is common too. There are corals of every imaginable shape, size or colour. The observants are rewarded with sights of flatworm, squid, cuttlefish, and pipefish. Unfortunately, no fishing is allowed within a 3.2 km radius off Pulau Redang. The collection of corals and other aquatic life are also prohibited. The fines and penalties are severe and each year reports of arrests and fines can be seen....
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