How long is the ferry ride from Mersing to Tioman?
between 1.5 to 2 hours
1.1 Ferry From Mersing Jetty To Tioman Island Bluewater Express Ferry utilizes high speed boats that take between 1.5 to 2 hours to reach Tioman Island.
What is the best time to visit Tioman?
May to September is the best time to visit Tioman Island with plenty of sunshine and tolerable levels of humidity. In general, Tioman Island has a tropical (i.e. warm) climate throughout the year. The average temperature doesn’t stray far from 30°C.
How long does it take from KL to Pulau Tioman?
The Kuala Lumpur to Tioman Island distance is 305 kilometres to Tanjung Gemok and a 4.75 hour drive. The distance from KL to Tioman Island via Mersing is a drive of 356 kilometres and about 4.75 hours as well. In both cases, you still need to take a ferry across to Tioman Island.
Where is Redang?
Redang Island (Malay: Pulau Redang) is an island in Kuala Nerus District, Terengganu, Malaysia. It is one of the largest islands off the east coast of Peninsular Malaysia. It is famous for its crystal clear waters and white sandy beaches.
Can we bring car to Pulau Tioman?
Getting around Tioman Island On Land The most common type of public transportation here is by using cars or motorcycles. Meanwhile, you can rent a car ride if you like which ranges between RM20 and RM120 depending on the distance. If you plan to self-drive, it would be best to rent a car on your own.
Is Tioman worth visiting?
Our final verdict is that Pulau Tioman is indeed worth visiting in 2020! Malaysia has won small victories against the coronavirus and is well on its way to restarting its economy.
Is Tioman safe?
We felt very safe on Tioman and luckily never had any problems. Locals seemed very friendly and welcoming, and using common sense should be more than enough when it comes to safety.
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Can I travel to Tioman now?
The tourism bubble at Pulau Tioman and Genting Highlands, scheduled to begin on Oct 1, has been suspended indefinitely, says Tourism Pahang general manager Kamaruddin Ibrahim. “Following this, only those in Pahang are allowed to travel to tourist destinations in the state while adhering to strict SOPs.