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Stories and Tips Tioman Island

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Night Activities - Nature

Written by Velectron on 26 Apr, 2006

The forest and streams in Tioman comes alive at night and you will get to see many different animals if you are lucky (and quiet). It is highly recommended that you speak with the resort operator if you would like to have a nature tour…Read More

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Tioman Island

Written by zeepradeep on 13 Aug, 2007

We visited Tioman Island from Singapore. First we traveled from Singapore to MERSING in a 10 seater van and from there in a ferry.The ferry journey will be around 3 hours to our SALANG beach resort. As we sat on the top of the ferry…Read More

Travelling to Tioman...from Singapore

Written by holeeling on 20 Oct, 2004

Since I've been to Tioman three times in three different ways, let me share them with you and let you know the best way to travel. Most comfortable The quickest and most comfortable way is to fly. Berjaya Air flies daily from Singapore's Seletar Airport to Tioman.…Read More

Tioman trip info

Written by retirejapan on 20 Apr, 2004

A quick airplane flight from the hustle and bustle of Singapore lies Tioman Island. Tiomon is part of Malaysia and it is a small island, 23 miles long and 7 miles wide. It is the biggest of 64 islands that make up its…Read More

Tioman - How to Get There

Written by Scots Abroad on 11 Jun, 2004

How to get to Tioman? You can get here a couple of ways: Flight: Fly from the very small domestic airport in Singapore (Selatar) in a very small plane with only 10kg of luggage allowed! You can also fly from Kuala Lumpur in a…Read More

Drama at mid sea

Written by Wander Girl on 30 Mar, 2005

I was on the ferry to Tioman. We were almost halfway there when both engines of the boat broke down and we were left drifting. The boat did not have a radio, compass, or an anchor. It did have a full load of passengers, many…Read More

Fortune Court (Chinese restaurant)

Written by estnet on 18 May, 2001

Editor's Note: Fortune Court has closed.This elegant indoor restaurant serves mostly Cantonese style food. The same (rather expensive - soups US $3-6, main courses $5-12) menu is available for lunch and dinner. No lunch specials :( and no dim sum. If you…Read More

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