Tourists who visit the beautiful islands in Malaysia enjoy an unforgettable experience. Malaysia is not only blessed by having an enchanting nature with attractive scenery and climate, but Malaysia also possesses a rich variety of culture from the fact that citizens are Mali, Indian, Chinese and other nationalities. The locals have diverse religions including Islam, Buddhism, Taoism and Hinduism and they are very tolerate. Another great advantage for visiting Malaysia is the ease of getting to the country and the ease of commuting inside it. Read on to get an idea about some of Malaysia’s most beautiful islands.
The largest and most stunning island on the east coast of Peninsular Malaysia is Tioman island. The island offers top-notch marine environment with crystal clear water which is perfect for engaging water activities such as scuba diving and snorkeling. Apart from water, the west part of Tioman island is covered with a brisk jungle which is perfect for backpackers and adventurers to take pleasure in a fun jungle trekking activity. A visit to a turtle farm would be amusing for families with little children.
Langkawi island is a beautiful destination that attracts many tourists. Langkawi is loaded with unique flora and fauna amongst a splendid environment having waterfalls, caves, wetlands, rainforests, and mountains. This Malaysian island is also famous for its heritage which can be admired by performing art and craft activities or by listening to its legendary myths and stories as told by the locals. If you are looking forward to shop on Langkawi, note that it is a duty-free island.
Honeymooners and anyone looking for serenity and privacy will find Pangkor, whose name means beautiful island, a perfect escape. Pangkor is fortunate for not getting visited by the north-eastern monsoon which annually occurs in Malaysia between November and March. Seafood lovers can watch the fishermen while they bring back what they caught from cuttlefish, anchovies and other bounty. You can end the day by having a night swim with blue-glowing plankton.