Superior Classic Room
- 3D2N stay for 2 for RM940 (up to RM1,508 value)
Deluxe Heaven Room
- 3D2N stay for 2 for RM990 (up to RM1,626 value)
Premier Beachfront Room
- 3D2N stay for 2 for RM1,080 (up to RM1,812 value)
Hotel at a glance
Head to the island of Perhentian Besar in Terengganu for a respite from the hustle and bustle of life on the mainland with a stay at the Perhentian Island Resort. The hotel lies by the Teluk Pauh beachside, flanked by emerald forests and sapphire seas, where people come from all over to play in the sand and surf, as well as partake in scuba diving, kayaking, snorkelling, and more. Less than 100 metres away from the resort are a variety of jungle trails, where guests to the hotel can bask in the beauty of mother nature.
- 224 sq. ft. room
- Queen or twin bedding
- Max. occupancy: 2 adults and 1 child
- Coffee shop
- BBQ facilities
- Outdoor pool
- Water sports
- Tennis courts
Add-ons (payable direct to hotel)
- Stay with breakfast for child aged 4 - 12: RM245 per person per night.
Perhentian Islands: What to see and do
Far away from the metropolitan cities of the south of Peninsular Malaysia rests the Perhentian Islands, surrounded by the blue waters of the South China Sea. Situated in the state of Terengganu, the Perhentian Islands comprise mainly of two aptly-named islands: the larger Perhentian Besar and smaller Perhentian Kecil, with smaller, uninhabited islands of Susu Dara, Serengeh, and Rawa lying a ways off Perhentian Kecil. The islands are a popular travel destination for its abundance of lodging options suiting a variety of budgets amongst a tropical island backdrop, with the majority of hotels residing on the larger island. From Kuala Besut on the mainland, travellers can hitch a ferry ride to the islands, where a myriad of watersports activities including snorkelling, scuba-diving, and more await. Nature lovers rejoice as the islands are home to untapped forests and a wide selection of jungle trails, home to species of monitor lizards, geckos, and spiders, while the azure waters around the islands house coral reefs, sea turtles, clownfish, and more.