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Please note that as a result of the monsoon weather increasing its grip on the area, we've suspended activities in our neck of the woods. We'll pick back up where we left off once the weather has normalised, which should be by about March. See you fresh and fruity in 2020!
November 19 2013
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November 16 2013
Lonely Planet's Best in Travel 2014 Malaysia made it to the top 10 list
Read why 2014 is the best ever year to visit Malaysia. Selamat datang!
Great news! CNN liked the article I did on Tanjung Resang. In fact, they liked it enough to publish it on the iReport section of their website.
Have a look
. (CNN has since taken down its iReport section)
My report on Tioman was also published on CNN (CNN has since taken down its iReport section)
Time flies... The North-east monsoon is definitely making way for the inter-monsoon period. The "cold spells" from China are no longer extending down to Vietnam, let alone ti us in Malaysia. The good news is that the Tioman sea water visibility will be improving quickly. And if the buzz from the islands is anything to go by, then the viz is awesome already. So it's promising to be a crystal-clear season for snorkeling and scuba-diving alike. Bubbly, anyone? :) ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
- Study warns coral reefs could be gone by 2050
- CNN: Top 10 Asian Dive Sites
2020 Mersing/Tioman ferry timetable
Tanjung Resang is a natural pet farm
for your little'uns
Tanjung Resang, a good time was had by all
|Fact-file: With dozens of uninhabited and pristine islands, the waters off Tanjung Resang are a true kayakers' paradise. Next fact »|