Well what can I say?!! My first dive was fantastic!! Our instructor Adrian was very attentative.
We chose the Sealantis Dive Centre along the pathway just before you enter the Paya Beach Resort.... more
Generally there are two types of tours; Trip 1 includes 4 sites and Trip 2 includes 6 sites. Check for prices. The most expensive we found (as a guideline) were:
Trip 1 : 9:30am to 13:30pm 60RM per... more
Another 30 minutes of sail brought us to the other side of the Coral island. This was the place where we were supposed to have our lunch. There was a small beach with perfect white sand, and clean... more
The Paya Beach Resort has it's own Spa for lovely massages, body wraps, facials and hair treatments etc.
My friend Paula had two treatments, a facial and a body wrap. She totally recommends the... more
jungle trekking from Paya beach :
there is a small waterfall if you walk through the jungle just beside the paya beach Hotels.You can get route from the reception.
Good to visit if you have nothing to... more
Tioman boasts a beautiful sunset. With some beaches almost deserted at dusk (local Muslims are superstitious about being out during dusk), it's a good time to bring out a bottle of wine, sit back with... more
This scenic twin peaks is undoubtly the most recogniseable landmark of Tioman.
Nenek Semukut is made up of the peaks of Gunung Nenek Semukut and Gunung Batu Simau at Kampung Mukut on the southern... more
I've been to Pulau Tioman (Pulau in Malay means island) 7 times simply because it's 1 of the nearest island from Singapore in Malaysia and it provides snorkeling and scuba diving opportunities with......
Located on the South China Sea, Pulau Tioman is the largest island on the East Coast of Peninsular Malaysia. It is part of the Seribuat Archipelago which is made up of 64 volcanic islands (including...