Redang Information

Redang Island Malaysia is a magical island with beautiful gifted beaches, pristine blue waters and lush tropical rain forests. All this and much more lure tourists to this land. The island’s pulau redang resort and many other resorts are attracting tourists to this island, which is now considered as one of the best in coral and marine eco-systems Redang Island Malaysia is located at 45 km offshore of Terengganu. The Redang archipelago consists of 9 islands, the Lima Island, Paku Besar Island, Paku Kecil Island, Kerengga Besar Island, Kerengga Kecil Island, Ekor Tebu Island, Ling Island, Pinang Island and Redang Island. The Redang archipelago flourishes with wonderful marine fishes, turtles and coral reefs, promising a great snorkeling and scuba-diving opportunities. Redang Island which is approximately 7km in length 6km in width is the largest of all other islands in the Marine Park.

Redang Island Malaysia is home to a colorful underwater kingdom with over 55 genera of corals and 100 species of fish. The island is known for its white sandy beaches, crystal clear blue sea, and brilliant underwater world. The Redang archipelago has been chosen as Pulau Redang Marine Parks Malaysia as to conserve the islands’ unique ecosystem. One can look forward to finding over 500 species of live corals, more than a thousand species of invertebrates and almost 3000 species of fishes, all living in harmony in the reefs of the islands.

Pulau redang resort is a real heaven for divers. As , the diving fans and underwater photographers will find the best diving spots, wonderful coral reef in the world. The tourist here would surely be spellbound by the sights of the islands, which are ranked among the best. Among other attractions at the twenty over different diving spots, there are shipwrecks near Pinang Island, black coral garden as well as the mysterious submerged chamber, both located in the vicinity of Lima Island. And one cannot forget the Mini Mount situated between Kerenggan Besar Island and Kerenggan Kecil Island. Moreover the Redang waters also contain two historic shipwrecks. The H.M.S Prince of Wales and H.M.S.