Redang Bay Resort
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
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... t able to go on this dive, even though often they allow discover scuba people to dive with supervision.
The island shuts down when the easterly monsoon comes through and we are catching the beginning of it at the moment. Each evening it absolutely throws down torrential rain, like we saw in Murshidabad in India. You have to either stay in your room until it is finished or get rain suited up and make a dash for it. Truly amazing quantity ...
... the beach but the downside was there were to power points in the room (you had to get reception to charge things for you). The Resort I had tried first was wanting 190RM for a garden view and could only do one night (the amount was a rip off). I had stayed in worse so after settling in I had just enough time to catch the sunset before I went and had dinner. Like other islands I've been to in Asia the specialty is always BBQ (mainly seafood of course) and here was no ...
... destination the Perenthian Islands were very expensive compared to the rest of Malaysia, most prices for food and accommodation were doubled, activities like snorkelling and diving were good value though and I guess people save more doing that, back on the mainland it was good to get the budget under control again. We took a local bus down to Kuala Terengganu, a big, clean modern city by Malay standards recently redeveloped by the discovery of ...
... one or two but it swam away. On the walk back to the hotel along the beach, the sunset looked so nice. The sky was a mixture of red, orange and pink. We then headed out for food. We decided to try a new place tonight. The food was really nice, but also very small. After food we headed back to the room and realised how burnt we were even though it was very cloudy today. Back for our cold shower but looking forward to our snorkelling trip ...
... to move around the islands is to walk or get a boat (water taxi). It is becoming more popular on the backpacker route, although there were also some families here. The name "Perhentian" means "stopping point" in Malay, the islands used to be a waypoint for traders between Bangkok and Malaysia but now tourism accounts for most of the economic activity. The islands only permanent inhabitants live in a small fishing village on Kecil. A lot of travellers turn up to the ...