We are familiar with Tioman Island, Sipadan Island, Perhentian Island and Redang Island. Undoubtedly, it is a beautiful island and between interesting islands in Malaysia.
However, what about other less popular islands and fewer promotions in the mass media?
Given that many of our other websites have included 5 of our original list, we added another interesting island list in Malaysia.
Let’s find out more interesting islands in Malaysia that many people do not know. Maybe never go here!
14. Bohey Dulang Island, Semporna, Sabah
Bohey Dulang Island is one of 8 islands in Tun Sakaran Marine Park. The island is also known as the Bohaydulong Island or Bohidulong Island. Travel distance from Semporna town is about 30 minutes by boat.
13. Kapalai Island, Semporna, Sabah
Kapalai Island is about 15 kilometers from Sipadan Island. It is a paradise for scuba and snorkelling enthusiasts. Kapalai Island is also a great destination for honeymooners .
Usually, many people will go to Pulau Mabul-Pulau Sipadan-Kapalai Island-Bohey Dulang Island.
12. Banggi Island, Kudat, Sabah
If you want to know, according to Wikipedia , Banggi Island is the largest island in Malaysia. Larger than Langkawi and Penang! You can try diving and snorkeling on this island.
11. Aur Island, Mersing, Johor
Is there any island in Johor? Remind only Legoland and Hello Kitty Land. Located next to the east coast of the Mersing area, the island of Aur is a pretty treasure. So much so that teak Island Aur is quite proud of his beauty.
Just keep in mind, no counter to buy tickets to Island Aur. You must know how to find your own boat, you can try renting a local boat with your friends. For those interested in deep-sea fishing , do not forget to miss the opportunity to experience the fishing experience on Pulau Aur.
10. Tenggol Island, Dungun, Terengganu
Maybe this island is not as popular as Pulau Redang and Pulau Perhentian. On the contrary, it is a focus for scuba-athlete fans around the world. The snorkelling enthusiast can also come here.
The width of the Pulau Tenggol is about 2-3 kilometers away . The beach is short and very sloping and very suitable for small children.
9. Bum Bum Island, Semporna, Sabah
According to Wikipedia , Bum Bum Island is located near the waters of Semporna , Kunak and Lahad Datu . It is said, the size of Bum Bum Bum is approximately as big as Singapore .
Although Pulau Bum Bum is not a tourism island, the water is still crystal clear . Vacation to Semporna is not perfect if you do not stop here.
8. Mataking Island, Semporna, Sabah
If there is too much work in the office, take a break and eliminate stress here . When it’s reached Pulau Mabul, do not forget to stop to Mataking Island. Perhaps a boat rental is quite expensive, but it’s very worth it.
7. Rawa Island, Besut, Terengganu
Rawa Island is a small and uninhabited island. It is located northwest of Perhentian Besar Island and Perhentian Kecil Island.
One can only go there by hiring a boat from Pulau Perhentian only. Although Rawa Island is small, the coral reefs are very beautiful and colorful.
6. Rawa Island, Mersing, Johor
Do not remember Terengganu only there is Rawa Island. Johor also has Rawa Island. It is said, formerly a private island or called private island . It is now one of the preferred travel destinations.
5. Sibu Island, Mersing, Johor
Sibu Island, located in the Mersing district, faces the South China Sea. It is actually a group of other islands such as Sibu Besar Island, Central Sibu Island, Sibu Kukus Island and Sibu Hujung Island.
Sibu Island, though not famous like Tioman Island, is perfect for weekend getaway . Some also make Sibu Island as an alternative because all resorts are full in Tioman Island .
4. Timba Timba Island, Semporna, Sabah
This is indeed a rare island. If you try Google to find information, you’ll be disappointed. Fortunately some people share photos when he goes island hopping there .
Timba Timba Island is famous for its beautiful beaches and rare marine life. There is also a very beautiful 3 layer color. Its sea life includes a large octopus, a sea snake and a small shark. In addition, turtles are also found here. Among others are lobster shrubs, blue ribbon eels, moray eels, barracudas and large coral trout.
3. Sibuan Island, Semporna, Sabah
Although its name is the same, it is not Sibu Island located in Mersing, Johor. Sibuan Island is included in the Sakaran Marine Park network.
The island is inhabited by Bajau Laut ethnic. Some agree, telling stories about the islands in Semporna more interesting than elsewhere . Sibuan Island is said to be a diver- choice spot before Pulau Sipadan became famous.
2. Payar Island Marine Park, Langkawi
Payar Island Marine Park is a popular site for snorkelling and diving enthusiasts keen on exploring Langkawi’s undersea action. Just 30km south of the main island, it is about 45 minutes away from the Kuah jetty point.
One of Payar Island Marine Park’s best features is its Coral Garden, a secluded section of the ‘park’ with colourful coral beautifully protected and preserved due to its sheltered waters.
Tioman Island offers all possible haven. There are waterfalls, jungle trekking that will take you through hibiscus under the green canopy, and a range of relaxing villages overlooking a beautiful beach. And then there is a beautiful, blue and attractive sea for paddle, snorkeling, diving and sailing.