Sunday, August 8, 2010

Tenggol Island

Tenggol located in South China Sea,80km south of Kuala Terengganu and 145km north of Kuantan,Pahang. Tenggol Island is part of Malaysia National Marine Park.

The Island surrounding by South China Sea waters an emerald of deep blue sea and a Green jade Forest in the middle of the sea . This wild tropical island paradise for divers specially for Nudibranch Heaven.
I called this Island Invisible Tenggol, ita a beautiful island from the Dunggun small town but during raining season its disappear from eyesite.







http://www.travelblog.org/Asia/Malaysia/Terengganu/Pulau-Tenggol/blog-418298.html



The island offer great diving sites.

There's few Dive Center Operated in this island:
http://www.pulautenggol.com/ 
http://www.tenggoldives.com/tenggol/ 


BY LAND
Enjoy a drive with the scenery along the way.Once you get to Terengganu road,focus on DUNGUN small town with beautiful beaches and blue waters welcome you.

KL to KT (approx. 455 km): 2 option the coastal road or Jerangau Jabor
Highway 2 KL (Gombak Toll) on Karak
Highway and continue with East Coast Expressway to Kuantan exit.
Highway 3 Kuantan exit to Kuala Terengganu (Coastal road to Kemaman, Dungun and Kuala Terengganu) (223km)
Highway 2 KL (Gombak Toll) on Karak Highway and continue with East Coast Expressway to Kuantan exit.
Highway 3 Kuantan exit to Bukit Besi (20+km) - turn left
Highway 14 Bukit Besi turn off to Dungun/Ajil (114km) - turn left
Highway 14 Dungun/Ajil to Ajil/Kuala Berang (42km) - turn right
Highway 14 Ajil to Kuala Terengganu (35km)

Singapore/Johor Bahru to KT (approx. 562 km):
Highway E2 Head north on the North-South highway and exit at Yong Peng (km)
Highway 1 To Labis and Segamat(km) turn right
Highway 12 To Kuantan
Highway 3 Kuantan to Kuala Terengganu (Coastal road to Kemaman, Dungun and Kuala Terengganu)(223km)


Penang to KT (approx. 460 km):
Highway 4 Penang on the East West Highway via Grik to Jertih (km)-turn right
Highway 3 Jertih to Kuala Terengganu (km)

BY COACH

Express coaches depart daily from Kuala Lumpur (7 hours), Singapore (9.5 hours), Johor Bharu (9 hours) and Penang (9 hours). The journey include 2 rest stops or more along the journey for foods, refreshments and toilet stops. The most comfortable coaches (VIP) have 24-32 seats in a 2-1 seating arrangement. The seats are spacious with plenty of leg room. There are also 36-40 seater coaches 4 seats abreast that would as well get you to Terengganu in best comfort. If you are travelling overnight, bring some warn clothing (Jacket/ Sweater). It can be quite cool. Soft or inflatable pillow can help you sleep more comfortably.

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