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Located at the north-eastern coast of Peninsular Malaysia. About 21 km off shores the remote town of Kuala Besut. There are two lovely unspoiled island lie amidst exquisitely clear waters. Pulau Perhentian Kecil (Small Perhentian) and Perhentian Besar (Big Perhentian) comprise the Perhentian Island, aptly named after "henti"(stop) as fishermen from mainland Kelantan and Terengganu have, for centuries, stopped over at the island for a rest or to shelter during a major storm. A rocky virgin jungle provides hour of adventures for trekkers who may chance upon flying fox, long-tailed macaques and monitor lizards, while the underneath marine life shows off a splendid garden of coral.
 
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Please be informed that during the period of November until February, boat services to Pulau Perhentian (Perhentian Island), Redang or other island on the east coast of Peninsular Malaysia will be rescheduled due to the monsoon season. Boat fare might be increased (a bit) due to the usage of fuel.

For accommodation, most of the hotels are temporary closed their operation . For those who is interested to go to the island, please get advice from tour operator before departing such as cost of accommodation, boat fare or any other activities available at Pulau Perhentian

For your information that Perhentian Island which is situated on the East Coast of Peninsular Malaysia and it is not effect by the recent Tsunami.
 

 
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