Island Hopping around Malaysia’s Lang Tengah Island
Island hopping refers to the travelling between different islands in the same region. Besides being able to explore multiple destinations within one trip, you get to have a glimpse of the unique culture and attractions on each island.
Island hopping can be done by air, sea or land, depending on your preference and budget.
In Malaysia where we are blessed with groups of beautiful islands, island hopping on a speedboat is rather the most popular option here.
Lang Tengah, Malaysia and Its Neighbouring Islands
Lang Tengah Island is a beautiful and secluded island off the east coast of peninsular Malaysia. Located between Perhentian Islands and Redang Island, making it the popular destination for a getaway and perfect stay for island hopping.
Activities on Lang Tengah Island
The tranquil waters surrounding Lang Tengah offer an array of activities such as snorkelling, scuba diving, fishing, kayaking and even sailing. With its pristine white sand beaches, crystal clear waters and lush tropical rainforest, Lang Tengah Island is the perfect destination for anyone looking for a laid-back beach holiday with plenty of activities to keep them entertained. Whether you’re looking for adventure or relaxation, Lang Tengah has something to offer.
Island Hopping around Lang Tengah
What is it like to engage in island hopping around Lang Tengah Island?
Through snorkeling or diving, you get to explore the incredible beauty of the underwater world around Lang Tengah Island. The ocean will keep you entertained with its vast array of sea creatures, colorful corals and mesmerizing plants. You may even spot exotic fish like angelfish, parrotfish, and butterflyfish as they flit around the coral reefs.
As you explore deeper into the ocean depths, you’ll find an even more diverse range of sea life including rays, eels, jellyfish, and starfish. Consider getting a diving licence during your stay, as being certified and skill-equipped opens up your underwater world journey!
Summer Bay Resort, Lang Tengah Island offers various level of PADI certified diving courses, explore our packages here:
Tips for Island Hopping around Lang Tengah Island
Planning on having an island-hopping trip around Malaysia islands soon? Here’s something that you might want to keep in mind!
Best Visiting Period
On the east coast of peninsular, the dry season usually runs from March to October. If you are interested in snorkeling or diving, the dry season is generally the best time to visit. As the weather is more stable during dry season, you can expect the waters to be clearer and with better visibility.
Duration of Stay
A 4D3N will be ideal if you are interested in snorkelling and diving activities. Whereas, if you are planning on getting a diving licence, consider spend more days on the home island and an extra one to two days for your adventure.
Type of Transportation
Despite the more private and quiet atmosphere Lang Tengah Island offers, it is highly accessible for visitors. The best way to get to Lang Tengah is a domestic flight to Kuala Terengganu and then get on a ferry at the Mangkuk jetty.
Usually, ferries operate regularly and the journey takes about 1-2 hours, depending on the departure point. From the ferry terminal on Lang Tengah, you can take a taxi or a shuttle bus to your destination on the island.
As for guests of Summer Bay Resort, we have both land and boat transfers figured out for you. Let us know your arrival time and we will take care of the rest.
Place to Stay
Island hopping can be a cost-effective way to travel, as you can often find deals on flights and accommodations when you visit multiple destinations. However, it is important to find a comfortable place throughout your stay.