Faces of
Malaysia
Perhentian Islands

The Perhentian Islands (Pulau Perhentian in Bahasa Malaysia) lie approximately 10 nautical miles (19 km) offshore the coast of northeastern Malaysia in the state of Terengganu, approximately 40 miles (64 km) south of the Thai border. The two main islands are Perhentian Besar (“Big Perhentian”) and Perhentian Kecil (“Small Perhentian”). Popular for it’s beaches, snorkeling and driving. Like a real postcard.

Gunung Mulu National Park

The Gunung Mulu National Park in Borneo (near Miri) is a UNESCO World Heritage Site with caves and karst formations. The caves are home to over 5 million bats who exit the caves in search for food every evening in a spectacular way.

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Kek Lok Si Temple in Penang

Beaches on Pulau Lang Tengah

All beaches Pulau Lang Tengah are in the south and west part of the island (facing the mainland and Pulau Perhentian).

beach at Summer Bay
beach in front of Summery Bay Resort (at the back) and Sari Pacifica Resort
photo taken from the rocks near the Blue Coral snorkel and dive spot, looking north

beach
beach between Blue Coral and the West Wing of D'Coconut Resort
there is an abandon resort here at the time of visit (2016) and the only non-resort restorant (Warung Dewati)

West Wing, DCoconut Resort
beach in front of West Wing, D'Coconut Resort
beautiful beach but with lots of dead corals

 

East Wing, DCoconut
beach in front of East Wing, D'Coconut Resort
small fine sand beach with a beach volleyball court, snorkel trips from D'Coconut Resort depart and arrive from here

 


Turtle Bay
Turtle Bay
Beach between the East Wing of D'Coconut Resort and the Batu Kucing look point, Turtle Bay is home to the Lang Tengah Turtle Watch Project, a camp at the beach safeguarding the nesting population of the turtles