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Tioman Island

Amongst the worlds’ most beautiful places

The small island of Tioman enchants visitors with its glorious beaches and lush rainforests. The largest of a group of 64 volcanic islands, legend has it that Tioman is the final resting place of a fabled dragon princess who stopped to rest for a while, when flying from China to Singapore, and so enchanted was she with the beauty of the area she decided to stay and took the form of the island.

Why visit Tioman Island?

  • Palm-fringed beaches
  • Abundant marine life
  • Scenic jungle trails
  • Impressive waterfalls
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Berjaya Tioman - Swimming Pool

Berjaya Tioman

From £33 pp
Bronze Plus

Against a backdrop of granite boulders, coconut groves, jungle and waterfalls set in manicured gardens and bordering golden sandy beaches.

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The facts:

Getting there: There are no direct flights from the UK to Tioman Islands. Travel by road from Kuala Lumpur (4 hours 30 minutes) to Mersing jetty for a ferry transfer to Tioman (1 hour 30 minutes) and then five minutes by road to the hotel.

Best time to travel: Like mainland Malaysia, Tioman has a hot and humid climate, with sunny afternoons and warm evenings but cool nights. The best time to visit is between March and October as from November to January, when the monsoon occurs, the whole island winds down dramatically and many places close.

Tioman Island climate:

Tioman Island, Malaysia  Climate Chart