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Malaysia Beaches

Kapalai Island Beach, Sipadan Island Beach, Rawa Island Beach, Redang Island Beach, Mataking Island Beach, Batu Ferringhi, Kelambu Beach, Si Amil Beach, Pangkor Island, Coral Beach and more.

Malaysia beaches promises to welcome you with some astonishing views and will leave you with some beautiful everlasting memories. Mayasian beaches offer a beautiful setup for every sort of holiday and beach sunsets are one of the specialities you will find here. Historical roots of the beaches like Batu Ferringhi will take you back to 1952, on the other hand these beaches will offer modern facilities as well including high end resorts and multi-cuisine restaurants. If you are looking for a great getaway from urban lifestyle, then Malaysia is the right destination to do it.

With a collection of more than 878 Islands and Beaches in Malaysia, some of the best beaches of Malaysia can be found at Langkawi and Perhentian Islands. Places like Coral Beach and Nipah Beach will entertain you with a variety of amazing beach activities including Jet Ski, Snorkelling, Kayaking, Swimming, Banana boat ride. Also you can engage yourself in off beach activity like Trekking at Pangkor Island where you opt for a short trek to Pangkor Hill.

Here are some of the best beaches in Malaysia:

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Perhentian Islands

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The serenity and natural beauty of Perhentian Islands can blow the minds off any tourist who comes here. This is a group of small islands that have rich coral reefs and are part of a well-preserved marine park, which ensures that the exotic marine life is given due protection & preservation.

Highlights – There are 2 islands here - Small & Big. The small island is known as Pulau Perhentian Kecil. It is the busier of the two, as it offers great features at affordable prices. The bigger island is known as Pulau Perhentian Besar. Water taxis are the only modes of transport to get to different places in the island. Do not miss kayaking, snorkelling, scuba diving, sea-turtle watching, sunbathing and other water sports activities when you come here.

Location – 10 miles off the coast of Terengganu.

Timing – June to October is the best time to visit this island.

Price – Entry fee of RM5 fort the marine park.
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Kapalai Island Beach

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Located at just about 15km from Sipadan Island, Kapalai Beach is known as one of the best scuba diving destinations in the world. There is only one resort here. The rest of the beach is not inhabited at all. Today, much of the beach has eroded off and only a few sand bars are remaining.

Highlights – Many years of erosion has reduced Kapalai Island where only a few Malay style wooden chalets are seen. It is not exactly a beach, but a sand bar, on which you can undertake walks during low tides, to feel the water splash all over you. Located on the Ligitan Reef, Kapalai Island excellent diving spots in Mid Reef and The Jetty. Do try out the house reef dives at this island.

Location – A couple of hours away from Borneo Island and is connected to the more famous Kota Kinabalu by daily flights.

Timings – April to September.

Price – Varies as per diving course.
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Batu Ferringhi

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Tourists who are in hunt of adventurous watersports and some adrenaline rush prefer Batu Ferringhi. Located on a huge part of Penang Island, this is one of Malaysia Beaches that has a variety of options including delicious restaurants, thrilling water sports, beachside bars, Souvenirs shops and more.

This beach is nestled along the northern coast of Penang Island which is about 12 Kilometres from the city centre. This is a prime location which is very popular amongst locals because of its pristine white sand beaches and Fish Spa. Batu Ferringhi is a great combination of all the exciting activities and a wonderful climate.

Explored way back in 1952, this beach also carries a lot of historical emphasis along with it and also the beach is famous for its night market and shops out there.

Location: Northeast Penang Island, Malaysia - 11100.

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Sipadan Island Beach

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Located at 600m from the sea bead, Sipadan Island has the unique distinction of being the first and only oceanic island in Malaysia.

Highlights – The waters of Sipadan Island are home to over 3000 species of marine life and coral reefs, making the island one of the top five diving destinations of the world. Don’t miss spotting green & hawksbill turtles, bumphead parrotfishes, barracuda, whale sharks, manta rays, eagle rays, scalloped hammerhead sharks and many more varieties of marine life here. At the sea bed, you will find a turtle tomb covered by limestone caves, containing the skeletal remains of turtles. During 1933, this Island was declared as a Bird Sanctuary. When you dive here, you will drop 2000metres down to the sea bed.

Location – Celebes Sea, off east cost of Sabah state in Borneo Island.

Timings – March to October.

Price – Island permits are available from RM40 onwards at some resorts, subject to terms and conditions.
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Tioman island beach

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With its crystal clear waters and great choices of dining stalls available all along the beach coast, Tioman Island is one of the best islands in Pahang State offering incredible facilities to guests at affordable rates.

Highlights – The beach is considered to be paradise on earth as it buzzling with activities all around the year. Visit the beaches during the night hours to visit a large number of food stalls that have been set up along the shores of this beach. Jungle trekking, swimming, scuba diving etc. are some of the main activities to be done here. Paya Beach, Salang Beach, Juara Beach, Monkey Beach and Melina Beach are some of the breathtaking beaches in Tioman Island.

Location –Pahang.

Timing – May to July.

Price – Dependent on the activity of your choice.
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Rawa Island Beach

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Rawa Island is known for its amazing coral reefs, which makes it a sought-after scuba diving destination. It was a lesser-explored beach in the earlier years; however, due to heavy word of mouth advertising, people from all over Malaysia and Singapore have started visiting this place for adventure water sports activities.

Highlights – Unspoilt beauty, white sandy beaches, lively corals, clear waters and exotic marine life are some of the major features of this island. White doves (Rawa in local dialect), reptiles, sea eagles, jellyfishes, octopuses, squids, Blacktip reef sharks etc. are some species that you can spot here. The island can be reached by ferries from Mersing daily. Enjoy scuba diving, snorkelling, swimming, beach volleyball, windsurfing, sailing, fishing, canoeing and sunbathing here.

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Location – about half an hour’s drive from Mersing district in Johar.

Timings – April to October.

Price – No permit fee; however course fees varies based on the activities.
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Lang Tengah Island Beach

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A small fishing village with excellent marine life and an abundance of corals – this description fits Lang Tengah Island the best. This island is marked by its blue, placid waters and white sandy beaches.

Highlights – Snorkelling and scuba diving are the two most important activities at the Lang Tengah Island. Apart from this, wildlife lovers too find this island a haven because one can spot green turtles, hawksbill turtles, monitor lizards, lots of varieties of fishes and rays, colourful species of local and migratory birds, frogs and insects during specific seasons here. Do not miss to volunteer incubate the eggs hatched by sea turtles during the night times.

Location – around 40km from Kuala Terengganu.

Timing – March to October.

Price – Varies as per package and activity.
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Tanjung Rhu beach

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One of the beautiful island beaches in Langkawi, Tanjung Rhu is known for its crystal clear water and white sands. This is a delight for tourists who love to come here for a vacation with their friends and families.

Highlights – Wildlife lovers are in for a treat as this beach can be accessed only after passing through dense forests. The flora and fauna at this place are simply exotic and rare, giving you lots of busy moments with your camera. This beach is completely secluded; therefore it offers tourists a great deal of privacy. Limestone cliffs are found in most of the places in the borders of this island. Due to its unexplored character, this beach has pollution-free air and waters, a rarity in a hot island destination like Malaysia. Do not miss boat cruises to explore the mangrove forests here.

Location – Next to Patai Pasir Hitam, Langkawi.

Timings – Can be visited any time during the year.

Price – No permit fee to enter this beach.
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Redang Island Beach

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Known for its exquisite marine life, Redang Island is one of the biggest islands in Peninsular Malaysia and a popular destination for water sports activities among local and international travellers.

Highlights – One of the major trademarks of this island is its lively coral reef which is seen at just 50feet of the shores. This is a totally a group of 9 islands, which are all well preserved by the Redang Marine Park. It is the biggest island in the marine park. White sandy beaches, pristine waters and an excellent upmarket ambience are some features that are found in Redang Island. Sea turtle conservation, snorkelling & scuba Diving are the main activites that can be carried out here. Luxury, budget and mid-range resorts located all along the beach to suit people of various tastes.

Location – South China Sea, off Terengganu Coast.

Timing – March to October.

Price – RM5 need to be paid at the Redang Marine Park for entering into the island.
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Pangkor Island

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This is a beautiful resort island which is located in the Manjung District of Perak. Pangkor Island is filled with white sands, clear skies, crystal blue waters, coral reefs and a variety of flora and fauna. This Islands is made up of five islands total including Pangkor Laut, Pulau Mentagor, Pulau Giam and an isle called Pulau Pelandok.

The islands offer beautiful Malaysia beaches named as Pantai Pasir Bogak, Nipah Beach, Ketapang Beach and Segadas Beach. There is also Pangkor hill which you can trek, it is a 350 metres tall hill that provides some really picturesque views of the Island.

Pangkor Island also offers fun water, you can go on a boat ride to tour all the beaches, you can perform snorkelling, kayaking or try your hands on Jet Ski.

Location: Strait of Malacca.

Timing: Open 24 Hours, preferable time to visit is from sunrise onwards.
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Mataking Island Beach

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Home to the world’s first “underwater post office”, Mataking Island Beach is known for its pristine waters housing abundant hard and soft corals.

Highlights – The island is located at a distance of 40 acres and is known for its exotic underwater world. Divided into 2 parts – Big Mataking (Mataking Besar) and Small Mataking (Mataking Kecil). They are located close to each other. Suitable for snorkelling, scuba diving, relaxing and taking excursions along with friends and families. This is one of the lesser-explored islands, hence it is known for its unspoilt beauty and mystical reefs.

Location – Celebes Sea, in the Sabah State.

Timings – March to October .

Price - Depends upon the water sports activity that you choose.
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Sapi Island Beach

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Sapi Island is one of the smallest yet one of the most exciting islands in Peninsular Malaysia. Due to the large number of activities that this small place offers, peak seasons and weekends gets too crowded here. You can come here on weekdays if you want a relaxing atmosphere.

Highlights:  When you are here, try out the coral flyer exercise, which takes you in a zipline from island to island. You will get the longest zipline in the world in Sapi Island. White sandy beaches, clear waters, dense forests, great marine life and quiet beaches make this 25-acre island, a wonder, indeed. You will get to see wild boards, monitor lizards and macaques in plenty when you come here. Swimming, snorkelling, sea-walking, scuba diving, coral flying, exploring hidden beaches and cliffs and camping are some of the activities that you can do here.

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Location: Close to Kota Kinabalu.

Timings: March to October.

Price: RM3 & RM1 per adult and child for Sapi Marine Park (locals).
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Mantanani Island Beach

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Mantantani Island ( a group of 3 islands) is a paradise for ornithologists as different species of birds come here during the migratory period.

Highlights – Mantanani Besar, Mantanani Kecil and Lungisan are the 3 islands that make up this group. The beach of this island runs up to 2500m. The island itself is shaped like a knife and provides great opportunities for marine life viewing up to 40m in depth. One of the major beauties of this island is that it is not visited much by tourists. Therefore, you can view the unspoilt beauty of the island in its fullest form when you come here. Do not miss to see the Scops Owl when you come here, as it is the only place in Sabah where you will get this chance.

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Location – Sabah State, north Borneo Island.

 Timings – April to November.

Price – Activities start from RM20 per person
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Cenang Beach

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Turquoise blue waters, white sandy beaches and a host of local and international tourists, Cenang Beach in the scenic Langkawi Island, is one of the busy beaches in Malaysia. There are lots of resorts here in various ranges to suit the travellers.

Highlights – This is one of the upmarket beaches in Malaysia as you will find tourists from Asia and abroad in large numbers, especially during weekends and school holidays. Apt for water sports activities like swimming, parasailing, jet skiing, para-motoring, banana rides etc. To cater to the tourists, many foods stalls are put up all over the shores. While swimming, watch out for jellyfishes.

 Location - Langkawi.

Timings – Beach can be visited all through the year.

Price – depends on the activity of your choice.
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Mabul Island

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A tiny island off the south-eastern coast of Sabah boasting fine beaches of coconut trees, soft white sand and aquamarine waters, Mabul Island is one of the world’s top rated destinations for muck diving. What’s more, Mabul Island also boasts one of the world’s most concentrated reserves of small marine life that includes species like frog fish, scorpion fish, cuttlefish and various shellfish. Visitors here can easily stroll around the island within an hour to explore attractions like the traditional villages with their thatched huts.

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Highlights: Mabul Island is a popular place to stay for travellers that plan to dive at one of the worlds' best dive spots and also venture out to the more secluded areas, you will find some truly fantastic beaches.

 How to Get There: It is about 40 minute’s boat ride from the mainland of Semporna.

 

 

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Layang-layang Island

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Also known as Swallow Reef, Layang Layang is one of the islands located towards the north of Sabah Coast in Borneo Island.

Highlights – This is a very remote island, as it located in highly deep waters. The diving spots are close to 2000m deep. There is a naval base here and tourists are prohibited from entering into this area. There are lots of restrictions for tourists in these waters, due to which marine life is well-preserved. You will be able to spot Hammerhead sharks, whale sharks and abundant coral reefs here. Scuba diving is the main activity here, with the island providing maximum depths of up to 40m. Some famous diving spots in Layang Layang are Crack Reef, D-Wall, The Point, Pier Diving, Dog Tooth Liar and Wrasse Strip.

Location – 300km towards the north the Sabah Coast, Borneo Island.

Timings – March to August.

Price – Depends on the package.
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Turtle Beach

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Located in Pulau Perhentian Besar Island or Big Perhentian Island, Turtle Beach, as the name indicates, is famous for its sea turtle preservation and wildlife reserves.

Highlights – During the night hours (from 9PM to 5AM), green turtles are seen coming and laying their eggs on the shores. You can volunteer with various groups to help in incubation of these eggs. This is the widely preferred island amongst all the islands found in Perhentian Island. Snorkelling, scuba diving and sea turtle watching are some of the great experiences that you can get from here. Perfect spot for families and honymooners.

Location – Perhentian Island.

Timings – March to October.

Price – Water taxis are available to this island at RM50 to RM70.
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Kelambu Beach

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It is surely amongst the best beaches of Sabah, Kelambu Beach is one of the Malaysia Beaches that greets you with clear sands, turquoise water and mesmerising views. The crystal clear water of Kelambu beach is home to various water sports like speed boating, snorkelling, swimming, water skiing, and swimming,

There is also a silent side of this beach where you can enjoy a peaceful stroll on the shores while having a glimpse of sunset. This beach sets a great location for family picnics and seashells collection. Kelambu Beach is about 3 hours drive from the city of Kota Kinabalu and can be easily reached via road.

This beach is nestled in a secluded place and locals often gather at the beach to celebrate occasions like Christmas or New Year Eve.

Location: Kelambu Beach, Sabah, Malaysia.
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Si Amil Beach

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This amazing beach is located an hour drive from Semporna via speedboat. This is an exclusive place where you will find steep hills that are covered in dense rainforest and a vast ocean in the background.

This is one of the Malaysia Beaches that receives less footfall but doesn't lack out in the beautiful views to offer. Si Amil Beach is a main attraction of the diving enthusiast as you will find crystal clear water here that goes down till 100 metres.

A wreck of an old vessel with the boiler in front of the beach is a key attraction of divers. It is a perfect location for travellers who want to explore marine life and later go for a relaxing walk at the beach. 
If lucky, you can spot sea bamboo sharks and schooling rainbow runners during the nighttime.

Location: Si Amil Beach, Si Amil Island, Semporna, Sabah.
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Mersing

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Mersing beach is the island's less well-known beauty. Couples seeking a romantic break in seclusion and privacy will be enticed by the mersing beach's lovely and gorgeous environment filled with panoramic views of the island. Tourists can relax on the spotless white sand of the Mersing beach and admire the vibrant and undisturbed coral reef by the seashore.

This beach offers a number of seafront restaurants with a ravishing and scrumptious mouth-watering dining experience to leave you wanting for more! As this island is completely uninhabited and mostly unexplored, tourists may not find any water sports. However, spa treatments and morning hours meditation attract a lot of tourists looking for healing and rejuvenation.

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Air Papan, 86800 Mersing, Johor, Malaysia

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Pantai Cenang

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Beaches in Malaysia are a hub of intriguing and refreshing recreational activities, and the beach of Pantai Cenang definitely tops the list. Tourists can indulge in thrilling water sports activities like jet skiing and parasailing.

The coastline of this lively beach houses enchanting and enthralling restaurants with beautiful colonial period architecture offering mouth-watering scrumptious meals of different continental cuisines. The tropical and pleasant climes of this beach with the warm sun and the sizzling heat are perfect for an afternoon of sunbathing at the lounge chairs by the sea side.

This beach offers many interesting recreational activities for kids like underwater world Langkawi and kiki club. This is a top-notch beach and in fact the most sought after Malaysia beaches throughout. Apart from this, tourists can also rent accommodations at luxurious and grandiose resorts with ocean front room views and experience top-notch ambience and services.

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Pantai Tengah

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This Pantai Tengah, located on the south shore of Langkawi Beach, is a less busy and more private beach than other Malaysian beaches. There are not many recreational activities to participate in, however tourists can explore the lush and verdant wilderness and admire the natural backdrop of this beautiful beach.

The blue turquoise water under the warm sun renders an immaculate climate for swimming and diving. Tourists can witness an abundance of wildlife at this panoramic beach, with distinguished flora and fauna adorning the clean and picturesque seashore.

Party lovers can enjoy the wild DJ and thrilling beach parties with extravagant drinks and meals every weekend. The rocky terrains and limestone studded beach is a whimsical and gorgeous getaway from the hustle and bustle of Langkawi.

Location:
Langkawi, Malaysia
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Bachok

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Bachok is the pinnacle of luxurious and expensive sea facing resort with renowned amenities and facilities. Beaches in Malaysia host the most amazing and fascinating nightlife, and bachok tops the list with its wild and crazy DJ parties at the beach shores with majestic and scrumptious drinks.

However, these beaches have been a victim of coastal erosion and therefore have recently become natural conservation sites. The beaches are clean and well maintained by locals.

A plethora of duty free shops line the coastal line featuring many Malaysian and exotic handicrafts and artistry, souvenirs, jewellery etc. Relax at the lounge chairs by the seashore and indulge in spa treatments with exotic Malay spa techniques.

Location:
Kelantan, Malaysia
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Port Dickson

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Port Dickson has been of significant importance to the Malaysian economy and coal production. Studded with luxurious and grandiose resorts and hotels, the beach has continued to be a crowded tourist spot and is in close proximity to many enthralling tourist attractions.

Sunbathing, snorkelling, diving and parasailing are some of the many recreational activities that tourists can indulge in when at this beach. Don't forget to shop at the beachfront duty-free shops for Malaysian clothing and exotic souvenirs at extremely cheap prices.
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  1. What is the best time to visit Malaysia beaches?

    Malaysia has a typical tropical climate with hot and humid weather conditions all throughout the year, especially during the peak summer and monsoon season. With that being said, the best time to visit the beaches in Malaysia would be between November to March.

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    1. Kapalai Island Beach: Situated near Sipadan is this eroding piece of land. There is a long stretch of tapered sand that makes up the beach. There is only one resort and the rest of the place is inhabited, meaning that the couples would get immense privacy. This place is best known for the diving sites and clear lagoons in Malaysia and worldwide.

    2. Rawa Island Beach: Once a secluded and lesser known island, Rawa Beach is now one of the most scintillating places to be at. The pristine white-sand, clear waters and lush surrounding topography is like a painting. The exotic marine life, and abundance of colourful corals makes the beach a hotspot for scuba-diving and snorkeling among other water-sports that you can enjoy with your partner.

    3. Mataking Island Beach: The unspoilt beauty of the Malaysian beaches can be best experienced at the twin islands of Big Mataking (Mataking Besar) and Small Mataking (Mataking Kecil).

    These two are situated at opposite ends and are connected by a bar of sand pathway. Couples can enjoy your time here swimming and diving into the different hues of the blue sea to see hard and soft corals, diverse and unique marine life as well as much more.

    4. Cenang Beach: This is a popular hangout spot for many tourists from around the world. The turquoise water merging seamlessly with the powdery sand is a pleasing sight to the eyes. There are also scatters of tropical vegetation, that adds a tinge of vibrance to the overall panorama. You can enjoy sunsets, water-sports and eating at the local shacks and stalls with your partner for the best time.
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    4. Sheraton Langkawi Beach Resort: Sprawling on 38 acres of land which includes a serene white-sand private beach that is only available for the guests staying in, this luxury resort is one of the most popular hideouts for travelers wanting some tranquility. The rooms with all the new age amenities, and other facilities and activities are something that you will not find anywhere else.
  4. Which is the famous beach in Malaysia?

    Malaysia is a country full of alluring coastlines, islands and beaches that one is left with one too many options. Here is a list of some of the best beaches to visit in Malaysia for a memorable tropical holiday.

    - Pantai Cenang, Langkawi
    - Pasir Panjang, Redang
    - Rawa Island, Mersing
    - Mabul Island, Sabah
    - Coral Beach, Pangkor.
  5. Which is the most beautiful beach in Malaysia?

    Here is a list of the top five most beautiful beaches in Malaysia that you must explore during your visit.

    - Sipadan Island
    - Mataking Island, Sabah
    - Juara Beach, Tioman
    - Kapas Island, Terengganu
    - Rawa Island, Mersing.
  6. Which are the best beaches in Malaysia for water sports?

    Below are listed some of the best beaches in Malaysia for water-sports.

    - Sipadan Island Beach for Scuba-diving
    - Rawa Island Beach for Snorkeling
    - Sapi Island Beach for Sea-Walking, Swimming, Sailing etc.
    - Cenang Beach for Parasailing, Jet-skiing, Boat-rides etc.
    - Mabul Island for Diving and other sports.
  7. Is Malaysia beaches safe to visit?

    Yes. The beaches in Malaysia are a scenic sight that will instantly transport you to the tropical paradise of your imagination. The clear waters with mostly low rolling waves, soft sand under the toes and throngs of people make it safe and fun to explore the Malaysian coastline. However, due to high tides or any other natural phenomenon and occurrence, it may be best to seek precaution and not swim in the sea.

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