Tioman is the biggest and most impressive island at the east coast. There is a brisk jungle covers a ridge on the west section of the island, which ends at the idyllic location of a beautiful palm fringed beach. Tioman offers a wide range of activities for visitors: snorkeling in crystal clear water, discover the beautiful underwater world when you go diving, or just laze on the beach while you work on that tan. Also, there is a jungle on the island that is just begging to be explored. The dense forest is a habitat for many kinds of flora and fauna. According to legend, Tioman Island is the resting place of a beautiful dragon princess, Whilst flying from China to visit her prince in Singapore, this beautiful maiden stopped to seek solace in the crystal-clear waters of the South China Sea. Enraptured by the charms of the place, she decided to discontinue her journey. By taking the form of an island, she pledged to offer shelter and comfort to passing travellers.
Pulau Tioman (Malay for Tioman Island) is the largest island on the east coast of Peninsular Malaysia. It is located in the South China Sea, approximately 32 km off Mersing, the mainland port, and is part of the Seribuat Archipelago of 64 volcanic islands off the southeastern coast of Pahang. Tioman Island has a total land area of approximately 133.6 sq km, measuring 38 km long and 19 km at the widest point. And Tioman belongs to the state of Pahang in Malaysia.
Leisure Dive S$380
PADI Open Water course S$599
PADI Advanced course S$499
PADI Rescue course S$580
all price exclude marine park fee (RM 50)