Dreamy, Secluded Redang Island + Where To Stay – Malaysia

How amazing is our world, how lucky we are to be able to go through such experiences!
They are one attitude away, free yourself, spread your wings and fly!
Divine Redang is one of these gifts from the universe, just waiting for you.😉
Grab it, manifest, live it!✨

Dreamy, Secluded Redang Island - Malaysia

Where To Stay

As I mentioned in the previous post, unfortunately, there are no backpacker prices available on the island.
There are still a big variety of hotels, from mid-range to high-end prices.

My advice is to stay beachfront, Redang is not an easy/cheap place to move around, and there’s not much to see apart from the main reason you’re there.
No night markets, pubs, nice restaurants, or whatsoever out of the beachfront.
There’s only one road on the island and it doesn’t access many of the bays, it is a mistake not to stay beachfront, there’s no reason too.

We wanted to get our diving certification done, packages were the best/cheapest/value option.
If you are planning on doing snorkeling trips, it may be the best choice to go with a package too.
We are usually not prone to buying packages but in Pulau Redang, it was what worked the best for us.

If you are on a tight budget and choose one of the small hotels that are not in front of the beach(and are still expensive), paying for trips/ snorkeling trips/taxis/dives to visit the places you wish, can end up costing you the same as the package deals or more.
I know that’s not the case in many places, but it is in Redang.
Asking around the pier or in the village won’t put the price much down, you will either end up isolated and not experiencing the island as much or spending a whole more then you expected.

We had an amazing time and recommend staying at the main beach, Pasir Panjang.
Redang interior is quite undeveloped and at this bay, you have the opportunity to walk the long beach, look at small shops, have some massage, and restaurants options.
Also, it is magnificent and not crowded at all, the peaceful feeling remains even though it is the most concentrated area.
Fantastic snorkeling can be done out of the shore.

The hotels we stayed:

Redang Pelangi Resort*
Website: http://www.redangpelangi.com

Redang Island Resort*
Website: http://www.redangislandresort.com
**Would not stay again due to the isolated location.

*Not sponsored.

How To Get There

Click here to see how to do it step-by-step.

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The sky is NO limit – Kapas Island, Malaysia

Simplicity reigns in Kapas, with exception of nature, that extravagantly exhibit its gems.
If this is the kind of richness you’re looking for, write the island down for your next hopping.

In a particular moment, from the top of a hill, I could see very far on the horizon and no-one was there but me.
Me and nature, dancing.🕉
To see how can you arrive at such dancing point click here, and click the play button above to watch a dance demo.😜

Addresses and extra info from everything you saw on the video:

Kapas Coral Beach Resort
Hotel and Restaurant
Address: Walk north from the pier, near Ombak Beach Resort, Pulau Kapas
Website: http://kapasisland.com

The sky is NO limit - Kapas Island, Malaysia

Qimi Chalet
Hotel and Restaurant
Address: Private beach at the north-west, after Kapas Coral Beach Resort, Pulau Kapas
Phone and WhatsApp: +60 17917 5744

 

North-west Beaches and Hill
One of the most beautiful spots on the island are the northern deserted beaches, definitely a must see.
You can walk pass Qimi Chalet bay and soon will encounter the first few, after that there’s no walking path anymore.
To go further you have to either do it by snorkeling, kayaking or renting a boat.

KBC – Kapas Beach Chalet
Hotel and Restaurant
Address: In between Aquasport Divers and Ombak Beach Resort, Pulau Kapas
Phone and WhatsApp: +60 19343 5606
*Cheapest private rooms only walk in, other styles can be booked in advance.

Can't Believe We're Here - Kapas Island, Malaysia

 

Kapas keeps involving us in its charm.🏝
What about you, falling for Malaysia’s beauty yet? Let us know in the comments below!❤

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Deserted Beaches, Kayaking, and Saying Hi To The Fishes – Kapas Island, Malaysia

We had the chance to explore Kapas completely, to experience all its beaches, to have the whole perspective on what the island has to offer.
On this series of videos, we are trying our best to share it all with you.
With so little information about it online, is often easier to pick somewhere else to go, where there’s already plenty of tips available.
We would love to help Malaysian beaches to become as easily accessible as other popular destinations, such a beauty has to be experienced by the world.

Exotic food, exotic culture, exotic beaches.
There’s the chance to immerse in something different, to expand your knowledge, and thus your whole world.
So my friends, welcome to Malaysia! Let’s live it!

Addresses and extra info from everything you saw on the video:

Qimi Chalet
Hotel and Restaurant
Address: Private beach at the north-west, after Kapas Coral Beach Resort, Pulau Kapas
Phone and WhatsApp: +60 17917 5744

The First Two Deserted Beaches
We went kayaking to a small deserted northern beach, around 2 beaches after Qimi’s bay.
After that, we kept going until the last one on the tip, we recommend stopping on the way at the bays that catch your attention.
A must do, either by walk(limited reach of northern beaches), snorkeling, or kayaking.

Kapas Coral Beach Resort
Hotel and Restaurant
Address: Walk north from the pier, near Ombak Beach Resort, Pulau Kapas
Website: http://kapasisland.com

The Last Deserted Beach
Walk south from the pier, one bay after Turtle Valley(you need to climb improvised stairs on the rocks or go kayaking/snorkeling inside the sea)

Koko
Restaurant
Address: Western shore, In between Kapas Island Resort and Longsha Campsite, Pulau Kapas

Deserted Beaches, Kayaking and Saying Hi To The Fishes - Kapas Island, Malaysia

KBC – Kapas Beach Chalet
Hotel and Restaurant
Address: In between Aquasport Divers and Ombak Beach Resort, Pulau Kapas
Phone and WhatsApp: +60 19343 5606
*Cheapest private rooms only walk in, other styles can be booked in advance.

Wanna see more of Kapas? Let us know in the comments below!💙

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Incredible Snorkeling Trip + Bubbles Beach – Perhentian Islands, Malaysia

Humans thrive among nature, is our natural habitat, is our ecosystem, we are part of it! Don’t ever try to full yourself with something else, deep inside you know it.
That’s why when on vacations people go to the mountains, to the sea, anywhere with nature.We are energized by it, we connect, we belong.

Amazing Snorkeling Trip + Bubbles Beach - Perhentian Islands, Malaysia

Knowing that, I jump on the sea with love and appreciate everything that on reality are just part of me, of you, is the beauty manifesting.
On that moment i’m present, here, now, alive!
I wish the same to you, that’s why we try to share the beauty we see. Then so you can remember, that’s you! YOU ARE THE UNIVERSE!✨

Amazing Snorkeling Trip + Bubbles Beach - Perhentian Islands, Malaysia

Snorkeling Trip

Amazing Snorkeling Trip + Bubbles Beach - Perhentian Islands, Malaysia

Walking along the beach(unless you are on one of the secluded bays) you will notice that most of the hotels/shops offer snorkeling trips.
There’s different routes and schedules to fit all.
Prices don’t differ much between shops, the choice will probably be based on the spots you wish to see.

Amazing Snorkeling Trip + Bubbles Beach - Perhentian Islands, Malaysia

We chose:
*Turtle Beach

Amazing Snorkeling Trip + Bubbles Beach - Perhentian Islands, Malaysia

 

*Turtle Point

Amazing Snorkeling Trip + Bubbles Beach - Perhentian Islands, Malaysia

*Fish Point

Amazing Snorkeling Trip + Bubbles Beach - Perhentian Islands, Malaysia

*Shark Point

Amazing Snorkeling Trip + Bubbles Beach - Perhentian Islands, Malaysia

*Lata Air Berani (Pure Water)

Amazing Snorkeling Trip + Bubbles Beach - Perhentian Islands, Malaysia

Amazing Snorkeling Trip + Bubbles Beach - Perhentian Islands, Malaysia

All located around Perhentian Besar.
Unfortunately the sea was to shaky in Turtle Beach, so we skipped that.
Our package choice costed rm 40 per person, there were options in between rm 35-70 based on the route.

Amazing Snorkeling Trip + Bubbles Beach - Perhentian Islands, Malaysia

Teluk Dalam

This is the beach we were staying in Perhentian Besar.
Is the one you can see at the beginning of the video.

Amazing Snorkeling Trip + Bubbles Beach - Perhentian Islands, Malaysia

Bubbles Beach

Known by all as Bubbles after the only Resort located on it, the real bay name is Tanjung Tukas.
This was our favorite spot on Perhentian Besar (the big island).

Amazing Snorkeling Trip + Bubbles Beach - Perhentian Islands, Malaysia

How To Get To Perhentians

To see our post about it click here.

Amazing Snorkeling Trip + Bubbles Beach - Perhentian Islands, Malaysia
Baby shark and fishes – Bubble beach

 

There’s no way to describe the exact feeling that such contact to nature gives you! Do you want to experience that yourself?Let us know at the comments below!

Amazing Snorkeling Trip + Bubbles Beach - Perhentian Islands, Malaysia

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