TAd Marine Resort, Pulau Tinggi | Mersing | Johor | Malaysia
TAd Marine Resort Located on the pristine island of Pulau Tinggi in Mersing, Johor, TAd Marine Resort (TMR) is a unique getaway. As the only resort on the island, it boasts an enviable locale, surrounded by the sparkling blue ocean and rolling hills that are covered in lush tropical rainforests. Amidst this idyllic setting, you and your loved ones can frolic in nature and spend endless hours of quality time together.
The island white sandy beach is the perfect respite for city folk, who are weary of the hustle and bustle. You can start with a leisurely stroll and let the waves wash gently over your feet. Which beckon visitors to take a swim or go for a snorkel.
An enchanting tropical island, Pulau Tinggi is the perfect place to escape from the busy world. Situated 20 nautical miles Southeast of Mersing at the East-Coast of the South China Sea, the island is renowned for its relaxing atmosphere and sheer physical beauty. Though it is a secluded and virtually untouched island, it is easily accessible, as a 30-minute speed-boat ride will bring you from the Tanjung Leman Pier to the island.
Abundant in nature, from pristine beaches to clear turquoise waters, and coral reefs to lush rainforests, Pulau Tinggi is an ideal environment for family vacations, romantic getaways or adventure holidays. Besides its natural attractions, the island also boasts its own unique history. Due to its specific profile, the island was once nicknamed the “General’s Hat Island” by Chinese seamen centuries ago. Its sheltered harbour and fresh water resources also made it an important stopover for the spice traders of centuries past.
Pulau Tinggi also boasts an interesting geography. Firstly, its highest point, located in the middle of the island, stands 600 metres above sea level. The island also comprises of 8 smaller islets that are ideal for island-hopping, swimming and snorkeling. Its long coastline, which is dotted with caves, is home to coral reefs teeming with marine life, making it a haven for underwater photography. Declared as a protected Marine Park, Pulau Tinggi is also home to a museum, a turtle hatchery, as well as a charming Malay village.
After a refreshing dip in the ocean, why not explore the rainforest? It bears many treasures, which are just waiting to be discovered, including its very own waterfall. At the end of your fun-filled day, head on back to the beach to watch the sunset and enjoy a long, cool drink at the Kebaya Sunset Bar. Back at the resort, you can hang out at the swimming pool or the Sarong KTV lounge**, which are great places to gather, as well as to make new friends.
At the resort, rooms include a balcony. Every room includes air conditioning and a flat-screen TV, Air conditioning, hair dryer, hot & cold shower, coffee & tea making facilities, Toiletries and certain units at TAd Marine Resort have a sea view. At the accommodation the rooms are fitted with a private bathroom with a shower. TAd Marine Resort offers 3-star accommodation in Pulau Tinggi. we can also enjoy complimentary wireless internet. The resort has 88 rooms that are fitted with all the necessities to ensure an enjoyable stay.
TAd Marine Resort offers an outdoor pool.
Dinner been served by the pool
The best time to visit Pulau Tinggi is after the monsoon season ends from March to September. On that time the sea was calm and the white smooth sand on the beach. June and July is the perfect time for snorkeling and diving activities because at that time the water is very clear.
The best part of Pulau tinggi is there will be turtle laying their egg and Dugong appear here, unfortunately we did not have the chance to witness it but next to TAd Marine Resort there is Pulau Tinggi Marine Park Center which serves as turtle hatchery.
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