Palm-fringed beaches, pristine white sand, clear blue water teeming with colourful marine life - That's why! Not undermining the beauty that is Langkawi, but if you're truly seeking to be closer to nature sans the crowds, Redang island is a great alternative. And if that's not reason enough for you, let me tell you this - South China Sea is a vision in blue! No matter which part of the island you put up at, the picture postcard-like views will not disappoint. And the best way to enjoy this is to obviously sit back and spend a lazy afternoon on a beach chair while sipping on fresh coconut water, and letting the breeze lull you into a siesta! But if you're one of those who likes to remain active, the island offers plenty to keep you busy.Diving/Snorkelling
One such destination is the Redang Island, lying off the eastern coast of Malaysia, bang on the South China Sea. If the thought of a tranquil beach holiday resonates with you, this is where you should head to!
The Redang archipelago consists of nine islands(Lima,Paku,Paku kiecil, Pinang, Ridang, Ling, Ekor Tebu, Kerengga Kecil, Kerrenga Besar)They all combined to form a marine park and offer some amazing aquatic life. Redang has excellent activities like snorkeling, diving, wind surfing. Redang even has its own airport.