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Tanjong Jara Resort
4.5 out of 5
Batu 8, Off Jalan Dungun, Dungun, Terengganu
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29.24 km from city centre
4.6/5Wonderful! (158 reviews)

"perfect place for couple getaway, nice beaches and super good staff"…"

Reviewed on 1 Sep,2020

Tanjong Jara Resort
Semarak Beach Inn
2.5 out of 5
The price is SG$26 per night from 2 Oct to 3 Oct
29.21 km from city centre
3.7/5Good! (19 reviews)

"The single bed in the second room seems broken because it makes a very loud sound everytime there is a small movements from the user."…"

Reviewed on 31 Jul,2019

Semarak Beach Inn
Riverbank Dungun Guesthouse & Cafe
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30.47 km from city centre
3/5 (10 reviews)

"good to stay"…"

Reviewed on 14 Sep,2019

Riverbank Dungun Guesthouse & Cafe

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30.98 km from city centre
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About Tenggol Island

A superb selection of dive and snorkelling spots, excellent accommodation and affordable all-round rates are offered to travellers to Tenggol Island. The waters are home to whales, sharks, a dizzying array of tropical fish and an underwater world that is literally buzzing with life and energy. As a dive spot, Tenggol Island is flocked to annually. The clarity of the water and the diversity of coral is a sight to remember. The restaurants on Tenggol Island serve up both local and western cuisine and none can be faulted. Allow us to guide you towards making the most of your adventure to this prime Malaysian getaway.

About Tenggol Island

Tenggol Island, or Pulau Tenggol, has the best diving conditions in the entire Malaysian Peninsula. There are many shallow dive sites which are perfect for beginners, while dive masters will love the deeper waters further off the coast. The advanced sites are so amazing that visitors are highly recommended to procure the furthest dive certification that they can before arrival. The island connects to Dungun via ferry. It’s cheap and easy to traverse to or from Tenggol.

Best Place to Stay on Tenggol Island

If you have a mid to high-range budget, consider the premium resorts on Tenggol Island. The chalets, resort-and-spa facilities and other varied locations can usually accommodate anyone of any budget and preference.

Kuala Terengganu and Dungun are both great options for those looking for somewhere to stay. Accommodation on the island resorts can be quite expensive. However if you stay close but not on the island itself, the cost comes down considerably. If you decide to stay in Dungun, then you can day-trip to Tenggol Island with little effort or cost.

Divers will want to look out for packages which bundle your accommodation, food and dive trip. Considerable savings can be found if you plan to spend a day or two diving. This becomes especially affordable when you consider getting a scuba certification at the same time.

Top Attractions of Tenggol Island

The waters around Tenggol Island has unparalleled clarity. Even during the trip to your dive spot there is a huge likelihood that you will spot anything from whale sharks to manta rays and a multicolour array of fish. From enormous double-headed parrotfish to large barracudas, there is a wealth of biodiversity in this area.

Tenggol Island truly has some of the most amazing diving sites, about 20 of them. However, most require an advanced diving certification and a decent amount of experience due to the strong currents. Nevertheless, the swim-throughs will have you spellbound while the sheer variety of soft and leather corals can occupy your attention for hours, days or even weeks on end.

What to eat on Tenggol Island

The majority of food outlets in and around Tenggol Island are accustomed to serving up buffets of both local and western cuisine. Be sure to check out the menu at your hotel before hitting the streets, the value and quality of most meals is outstanding.

Enjoy fresh seafood at great prices. Across almost every menu you will find highly affordable seafood. Essential tastes to try are locally cooked buttermilk prawns, squid fritters and stir fried kailan. They’re all great examples of the best traditional Malay cuisine in the area.

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