Tioman is the largest of the volcanic group of idyllic islands off the East Coast of Peninsular Malaysia called the Seri Buat Archipelago. Tioman's natural beauty is its main draw. Its lush emerald tropical jungle, covering about 12,000 hectares of the island and its pristine mountain streams and waterfalls are home to dozens of unique species of exotic mammals, reptiles, birds and flowers.
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Tioman's spectacular and unmistakable profile is provided by Gunung Kajang. Towering over 1038 meters high, this oft cloud-shrouded long-extinct volcano is not only Tioman's highest mountain peak, but it's also the highest mountain of any island off Peninsular Malaysia's East coast and will push even the most hard-core hikers and rock-climbers to the limit of their ability.
NOTE: Peak Season: March and from June to September
Enjoy your Grand Prix/Tioman long weekend!
The Grand Prix venue, KL, is a mere hop away by Berjaya Air plane from Pulau Tioman. So now you can follow up your thrill-a-minute Grand Prix excitement with a good dose of lazy round-the-clock lounging in your hammock by the pool, or strolling along our white sandy beaches.
The ultimate get-away holiday: a weekend of non-stop action spectacle from the fast and the furious, followed by a few days of languishing in the slow lane at our paradise island, Pulau Tioman. Click here for more details...
The crystal-clear waters surrounding Tioman are brimming with corals of all shapes, colors and sizes. Its spectacular marine habitats offer a vast diversity of sea creatures, including whale sharks, dolphins, manta rays, marine turtles and countless species of exotic fish that put on a round-the-clock performance for snorkelers and scuba-divers, alike.
Blessed with miles and miles of palm-fringed paradise beaches, Tioman once rightly claimed the "One of World's Most Beautiful Islands" award, bestowed upon it by none other than Time Magazine. Knowing this, it's not surprising to hear that there are several grade A beaches on Tioman, so swimmers and sun-worshipers, too, will thoroughly enjoy their stay here.
In fact, Tioman has numerous R&R options for each kind of holiday reveler, from families with small children to honeymooners, backpackers, adventurers, as well as Biologists and nature-lovers.
Even golfers, duty-free shoppers and those looking for a well-earned weekend of exclusive and luxurious pampering after watching the Malaysia Grand Prix, for instance, will find what they're looking for on Tioman's private little beach cove resorts. In spades.
KL to Tioman by road
To get to Tioman Island by road, you have to make your way to the port town of Mersing. From Mersing, you catch the ferry that takes you direct to Tioman.
Take the North-South Highway and head south towards Johor. Exit at Ayer Hitam (exit 244). After the toll gate, take a right turn at the traffic junction and head towards Kluang. Before entering Kluang town, there's a roundabout, take the 3 o'clock exit and then follow the signs to Mersing or Route 3.
Approximate travelling time : 5 hrs from KL
There are two major bus lines that go from KL to Mersing: Transnasional and S&S. The S&S line is faster and more comfortable. FIll out the form above to book your bus tickets.
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The view from your chalet window?
Quality time with your loved one
Manta rays drop by every so often
Sharing a perfect Tioman moment
Berjaya Golf Resort offers challenging links
Tioman's waters are ideal for kayaking
Tioman is a true snorkeling paradise
Meet Nemo, our resident clown fish
This mackerel put up a major fight
Tioman, the stuff that dreams are made of