Where: MalaysiaSituated near Kuala Besut on the east coast of Malaysia, the Perhentian Islands are made up of two small islands called Pulau Perhentian and Pulau Perhentian Besar. The translation of the Malay name Perhentian, "a place to stop", does justice to what traders used it for in the past and what travellers aspire to do now. The islands are still relatively untouched by herds of tourists, and are a great option for beach lovers in search of some isolation.
Redang Island Pulau Redang Kuala Terengganu Terengganu Malaysia
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.