Pulau Pemanggil

As you approach the island you’re mesmerised by its inviting emerald-green waters, beckoning you to dive in and see what wonders it beholds. Pulau Pemanggil is a sequestered island and is one of the furthest off the Mersing coast. 

Pulau Rawa

Pulau Rawa would be a rocky, inaccessible islet in the South China Sea if it were not for its idyllic beach. Steep jungle clad slopes embrace the sweep of powdery white beach from behind and land meets water in smooth ripples of soft sand and gently lapping waves. At the

Pulau Sibu Besar

How could it be that a largely developed island manages to preserve its immense natural beauty while maintaining such an aura of serenity and tranquillity? Pulau Sibu Besar, as its name suggests is the largest of the three Sibu islands. 
Pulau Tengah

Pulau Tengah

Pulau Tengah, which is literally 'middle island' in English, is famed for the crystal clear waters surrounding it, and is the ideal place for sunbathing and swimming.

Pulau Tinggi

Imagine sitting on a deck with the ocean breeze gently caressing your skin, watching an awe-inspiring sunset after a long, arduous day of relaxing on the beach. 

Sanggar Srikandi Beach Resort

Located  about 26km from Mersing town, The Sanggar Srikandi Beach Resort offers various attractions and activities for visitors who want to experience Mersing’s natural beach and seashore.

Tanjung Balau

As your feet touch the cool sand, take a deep breath and savour the aroma of the fresh ocean air. Tanjung Balau has a long stretch of beach running down its coastline.

Tanjung Leman Beach

Close your eyes and you hear the sultry sound of rolling waves, feeling the sand beneath your bare feet as if you were on an island, and then you realise that you haven’t yet arrived at your island destination.

Teluk Mahkota (Jason’s Bay)

An undiscovered treasure with the feel of your own private beach. Teluk Mahkota, formerly known as Jason’s Bay, has remained off the radar for quite some time.