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Redang Beaches

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"The beaches of the island of Redang are among the best in Malaysia. The beautiful heart-shaped paradise island of Redang is one of the best beach destinations in Malaysia, located about 30 km from the coast of Terengganu, just north of Kuala Terengganu."

A fanatic beach-lover will never be able to resist the beaches Pulau Redang as there are so many good beaches on this island. In fact, it is said there is no single bad beach on Redang. You will find silky smooth, sparkling white sand beneath your feet at all resorts, with the exception being Redang Island Resort. Although debris and pieces of broken coral are deposited on the beach by stormy weathers and strong waves, the sands of the beach are gradually restored over time as new sand is being laid. The majority of travellers would agree that Teluk Dalam has the best beaches, followed by Pasir Panjang and Kalong.


Teluk Dalam Beach

Teluk Dalam Beach
There are two distinct beach stretches at Teluk Dalam. One of the beaches is at Teluk Dalam Besar, a location where there is no operation of resort, while the other beach is located at Teluk Dalam Kecil, which is where Taaras Beach & Spa Resort is. The waters there are calm and crystal-clear, making it a perfect place for swimming. A hilly outcrop separates the two stretches of beach but a road on the hilltop makes it easily connects both beaches. Besides that, there is also a 60-minute jungle path connecting Pasir Panjang to Teluk Dalam Besar’s beach.


Long Beach (Pasir Panjang)

Long Beach (Pasir Panjang) Pasir Panjang is aptly named because it is a long and wide beach with a ‘V’ or birdwing-like shape. The longer northern stretch is formed by one of the wings while the other wing forms the shorter southern stretch, and Tanjung Tengah is the place where both wings meet. A walk from the southern tip where Redang Reef Resort located, to Redang Holiday Beach Villa at the northern tip, would take around 15 to 20 minutes.

Teluk Kalong Beach
Each of the three beaches at Teluk Kalong is markedly smaller than of those at Teluk Dalam and Pasir Panjang. Despite that, you can truly enjoy the beach here to yourself as there are relatively few resorts and travellers at Teluk Kalong’s beaches. The only Teluk Kalong beach accessible from Pasir Panjang is the northernmost beach.
 

 

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The Taaras Beach & Spa

This tropical island resort, located 45-kilometers off the coast of Terengganu, is close to 30 popular dive spots. Guests will enjoy a tropical ambience that is unique to Redang Island. The location offers guests unprecedented access to a myriad of amazing natural recreation areas, including one of the most beautiful coral reefs in the world, ideal for sport divers. Within a close proximity of the hotel are the dive sites of Big Mount, Pulau Paku Kecil, and Boulder Dash. The hotel also features a vast selection of on-site dining choices that offer a compilation of international and authentic local dishes in a romantic ambience. The Taaras Beach & Spa Resort is the perfect property for travelers who want sensuous tropical atmosphere, a vast selection of on-site facilities, and a myriad of recreational areas near by.
(This resort is formerly known as Berjaya Redang Beach Resort)

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Laguna Redang Island Resort

Situated along the shores, Laguna Redang Island Resort offers comfortable accommodation with free WiFi access in the public areas. Operating a 24-hour front desk, it features a restaurant and a large outdoor pool. Fitted with wooden flooring, air-conditioned rooms include a wardrobe, personal safe, a TV, fridge and seating area. The en suite bathroom comes equipped with shower facility, towels and free toiletries. At Laguna Redang Island Resort, guests can indulge in a pampering massage or enjoy activities such as hiking, diving and snorkelling. Luggage storage facility and airport shuttle services are also available. The in-house restaurant serves a delectable spread of local and Continental dishes. After-meal drinks can be enjoyed at the bar, while barbecue facilities are provided. Laguna Redang Island Resort is about 15 minutes away from Marine Park by boat.

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Sari Pacifica Resort & Spa, Redang

Steps from Pasir Panjang’s white sands and clear waters, Sari Pacifica Resort & Spa Redang offers spacious villas with private balconies and spa baths. It features a beachfront pool and restaurant. The spaciousness of tropical-style villas at Sari Pacifica Redang allows for a large walk-in closet and seating area. In-room comforts include a TV and hot shower. Lounge on outdoor day beds with a cocktail in hand or enjoy the views while swimming in the outdoor pool. Sari Pacifica also provides barbecue facilities, as well as snorkelling and diving equipment. Redang Sari Pacifica’s restaurant offers all-day dining with local dishes. Several dining options are easily accessible from the resort. Sari Pacifica Resort & Spa is about a 30-minute boat ride from Merang Jetty.

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