Besar Island is a relaxing peaceful island in Johor.

It is surrounded by palm trees everywhere.

You could take speedboat from Mersing Jetty to get into Pulau Besar.

Mersing Jetty is also the boarding jetty of other islands in Johor, eg. Tioman Island.

Mersing Jetty Address

Harbour Centre, Mersing,

86800 Mersing, Johor

From Mering Jetty To Besar Island it is only 30 minutes boat ride from Mersing jetty.

Mersing Jetty Google Map

mersing jetty harbour center in pulau tioman island

Boat Schedule

Below is the designated boat schedule of each resort in Pulau Besar.

Boat ScheduleEnter Pulau Besar Leave Pulau Besar
D’coconut Resort12:30pm 10:30am
Mirage Resort12:30pm 10:30am
Aseania Resort12:30pm 10:30am
Bayu Lestari Resort12:00pm12:30 pm

You will take speedboat from Mersing Jetty to Besar island around 12:00 to 12:30,

and leave the island in the morning on your check out day.

Read more:How to get to Besar Island>>

pulau besar island breakfast in a tray with clear blue sea at background

Marine Park Ticket

Besar Island is a protected conservation island.

In the sea you can spot many beautiful colorful fish, especially in Besar Best Season of the year.

You will need to pay marine park fees at Mersing Jetty when you enter Pulau Besar.

The price is as below:

Malaysia Citizens for RM 10 per person.

Foreigners for RM 51 per person.

Read more: Activities in Pulau Besar>>


Pulau Besar is a perfect island paradise.

There’s a lot of lush green jungle, coupled with white sandy powdery beaches, and clear waters.

Besar Island is the island of Johor.

The jetty of Pulau Besar is Mersing jetty.

It is very close to other islands, such as Rawa Island, Tinggi as well.

besar island couple standing clear sea beach

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Besar or Tioman

Popular Besar Resort Package:

D’coconut Pulau Besar Resort

Aseania Pulau Besar Resort

Bayu Lestari Island Resort

Mirage Island Resort


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