The best option is to book in advance. The
most common way to get to the sunny isle of
Tioman, is by ferry.
Fortunately, the operating ferries are fast, efficient, comfortable
and fully air-conditioned. What's more, you can now have peace of
mind that you will have your seats for your Tioman trip by booking
your tickets here and now.
Tickets are USD30 each for a roundtrip from
(Lower rates apply if you book 20 or more tickets.)
After payment is confirmed, your tickets will be waiting for you at
our Mersing ferry counter (number 2) next to the ferry departure
jetty. All you need to do is show your receipt.
Beat the crowds by reserving your ferry tickets online, safely and securely and have peace of mind that you've got your ferry seats fully booked for your Tioman holiday.
The ferry that operates on the Mersing-Tioman-Mersing route is fast, efficient, comfortable and fully air-conditioned. It takes about 1.5 hours to reach Tioman Island.
Buying a ticket for the bus is very easy.
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Berjaya Air from the OLD Subang airport.
Tel no: 60-3-7465640 or 60-3-7465641.
Berjaya Air is a subsidiary of the Berjaya Resorts group, and transports
guests to the Berjaya Resort on
Tioman. The service is also available for those,
travelling to Tioman, but not staying at the resort. Berjaya Air has several Dash 7
aircrafts, which are 48-seaters. They look small, but they are safe, with experienced
pilots and friendly cabin crew. By the way, don't be squeamish if at first you
don't spot the landing strip. There IS one! We are told the pilots practised
landing on postage stamps prior to taking this gig.
Flights: (flight time approx 1 hour)
To Tioman Island(TOD)
Dash 7 (48-seater)
From TIOMAN ISLAND (TOD)
To Kuala Lumpur (SZB-Subang)
Dash 7 (48-seater)
To Singapore (XSP-Seletar)
Dash 7 (48-seater)
If you are not flying to Tioman, you have to get to
Mersing, a small coastal
town in the state of Johor, and from there take a boat to Tekek village, Tioman.
You can get to Mersing from most points of the compass by bus. From KL, take
a bus from Pudu Sentral bus station; from
Johor Bahru - Larkin Bus Terminal; and if
you are on the east coast, you can get a bus from most of the main towns (Kuantan,
Kota Bharu) to
On the Kuala Lumpur -Mersing route, buses are operated by Transnasional. From KL (tel:
03 20311430) they leave Pudu Sentral bus station three times per day, at 11.00 am,
10.30 pm and 11.00 pm. Travel time is approx. 6 hours (!) and the cost is RM
From Mersing (tel: 07 7993155) there are four services, at 11.30 am, 12.30
pm, 6.30 pm and 10.00 pm. Travel time and fare are the same as the KL-Mersing
Once you get to Mersing you will have three options to get to Tioman, details
of which are given below.
A cheap way to get to Tioman from Singapore is by bus to
Mersing and ferry
from there to Tioman (see above for information on ferries).
The easiest way seems to be Transnasional direct from Singapore to Mersing:
departure from Kallang Bahru/Lavender Street junction (lorry park) at 9am, 10am
and 10pm. Only S$ 11.10.
Call Pan Malaysia Express: 2947034, or 2947035. Fax 2991952.
Alternatively catch a bus from the terminal at Queen St/Ban San St. Take the
Singapore-Johore Express directy to Larkin Bus Terminal in Malaysia. Only S$
From LBT, take Adikberadkik Express service at 9.00am, 10.00am,
9.00pm and 10.30pm (ticket counters no 6 & 30) or Transnasional service at 10.00
am, 11.00am, 10.30pm and 11.00 pm.
Remember however, that if you leave Singapore too late, you might not be able
to catch a ferry or speedboat in Mersing the same day. It's always best to try
to be there as early as possible.