All of above islands are famous of Snorkeling Package and Diving Package.
This article will compare Redang, Perhentian and Tioman, to give you a clear picture of their similarities and differences.
Hope we could help you find your next perfect island holiday location.
Redang‘s long beach is happening from day to night.
In day time, you will see people going on snorkeling trip in Redang resort‘s own speedboat, a lot of children are making sands castle on beach.
There are many live bands playing music at night in Redang.
The night in Perhentian and Tioman is rather quiet than Redang.
You could visit Redang for happening vibe, and visit Perhentian and Tioman for better preserved marine lives.
Since most resorts in Redang are in Long Beach, so Redang resorts are located closely.
You could meet your friends stay in other resorts in just 5- 10 minutes walks away.
The price of Redang 3D2N snorkeling packages is similar in different resorts.
The price range is about RM300- RM 800 per person.
Tioman and Perhentian resorts are more scattered and remote.
It’s never too crowded in Tioman or Perhentian Island.
Some resorts in Perhentian are located on hill beside beach, such as Coral View Resort.
As for package price in Tioman and Perhentian, it varies within a big range.
You can finds all kinds of decent resorts for a luxury holiday, and also for budget travelers, plenty of backpacker hostel could be found as well.
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Perhentian is quite famous in western countries, so there’s a lot foreigners there.
It’s about half Asian tourists, half western tourists in Perhentian island.
Those foreigners tend to stay in Perheneitna for longer vacation, such as a 3-4 months.
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All three islands supports several water and land activities for entertainment such as snorkeling, diving, jungle trekking, kayaking and etc.
Besides all those activities, Redang Activities is best for snorkeling and lively environment day and night.
Tioman is also best known as a diving paradise island.
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Redang Island is the smallest, you can walk around Redang island along beach by foot.
You can travel between them by taking speedboat.
Tioman Island is very large, you won’t visit the whole island in 1 trip.
Some are connected by hiking and for others you need to take a boat.
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Redang and Perhentian are located in state of Terengganu.
However, their arrival airport are not the same.
Redang’s nearest airport is KT Airport, while Perhentian‘s is KB Airport .
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Tioman Island is in another state–Pahang, Johor, which is near to Singapore.
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7. Boat Trip
Ferry time is about 1.5 to 2 hours.
You better bring along jacket and scarf to keep warm in air conditioned ferry cabin.
As for Perhentian island, we use speedboat which is in smaller capacity.
The journey could be jumpy, windy and fun.
It takes about 30-45 minutes to arrive Perhentian.
Redang and Perhentian Resort package include 2 way boat ticket already.
But for Tioman, you need to buy ferry ticket yourself.
8. Best Time to Visit
Redang and Perhentian islands’ weathers are heavily affected by monsoon.
They are in the same state, so the weather is similar.
Both Redang and Perhentian are closed from November to next year February, due to huge waves in the sea.
Monsoon weather does not affect Tioman that much, so Tioman Island is open for whole year.
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Redang island is the most lively island with happening live band music, fire shows at night.
It is suitable for family trips or friends trips.
Perhentian island is suitable for leisure travelers.
It’s the first choice for tourists who love tranquility and snorkeling.
Tioman island is a natural and duty-free island, it’s best for diving activities.
It is best for a quiet, isolated, carefree and ocean world exploring trip.
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