Aseania Beach Resort

Aseania Beach Resort

One of several resorts on the beautiful island and marine park of Pulau Besar, Aseania Beach Resort offers visitors a glimpse of the beauty of the protected ecosystem and its aquatic wild life.
D’ Coconut Beach Resort

D’ Coconut Beach Resort

D’ Coconut Beach Resort is a tropical haven situated on the island of Pulau Besar, Johor. The island is formally known as Pulau Babi Besar and has been gazetted a marine park.
Pantai Air Papan

Pantai Air Papan

A shallow and sandy beach facing Pulau Setindan, Pantai Air Papan is a popular destination for locals and day trippers who fancy a swim and some fun in the sun.
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Pantai Minyak Beku (Frozen Oil Village)

Up close with the beach full of history at Pantai Minyak Beku.  As one of the main attraction around Batu Pahat, Pantai minyak beku is a place to relax your mind and also a port for those who love fishing
Pantai Pasir Lanun

Pantai Pasir Lanun

A hidden enclave of sorts, the aptly named Pantai Pasir Lanun which literally means Pirate Sands Beach in English is a gem worth the long journey.
Pulau Aur

Pulau Aur

A picturesque island with verdant and rocky landscape, Pulau Aur is home to two resorts catering mainly for scuba divers and anglers.
Pulau Besar

Pulau Besar

Pulau Besar  literally means 'large island' in English, is known for its stretches of white sandy beaches, nearby idyllic Malay village and collection of rustic resorts.
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Pulau Dayang

From the surface it appears to be the same ocean you’d see anywhere else, but below, a vibrant ecosystem bursting into life thrives completely unbeknownst to you. 
Pulau Harimau

Pulau Harimau

Pulau Harimau if translated to English means 'tiger island' is an uninhabited island, its deserted locale serves as a sweet spot for scuba diving and snorkeling. Enthusiasts of both pastimes should do well to come here and take a look.
Pulau Mensirip

Pulau Mensirip

One of the uninhibited islands in the waters off Mersing, Pulau Mensirip is another haven for scuba diving and snorkelling enthusiasts. A gem that is worth the visit for those whose interest  will take them to the waters. d take a look.