Redang Island
Redang Island, Setiu, Terengganu, MALAYSIA

 

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Resort at Redang Island, Terengganu
 

 

Redang Holiday Villa RM299.00 (early bird promotion)
Coral Redang Island Resort RM495.00
Redang Pelangi Resort RM280.00 (early bird promotion)
Redang Bay Resort RM308.00 (early bird promotion)
Redang Ayumayang Resort RM300.00
Redang Lagoon Resort RM260.00 (early bird promotion)
Redang Beach Resort RM330.00 (early bird promotion)
Laguna Redang Resort RM348.00
Redang Reef Resort RM320.00 (early bird promotion)
Mutiara Redang Mutiara Resort RM210.00
Redang Kalong Resort RM298.00 (early bird promotion)
Mozana Redang Resort RM210.00

 

 

 

Redang Island, locally known as Pulau Redang or just "Redang" is one of the largest islands off the east coast of Malaysia. It is a popular holiday island for Malaysians, most of whom come on package deals to one of the resorts. Redang is one of nine islands, which form a marine park, and which offer snorkeling and diving opportunities. Access is from Merang or Kuala Terengganu on boats operated by the resorts; there is also a small airport with services operated by Berjaya Air from Singapore (Seletar Airport) and Kuala Lumpur (Sultan Abdul Aziz Shah Airport).


Pulau Redang is located in the South China Sea off the East Coast of Peninsular Malaysia within 544' - 550' North latitude and 10259' - 1035' East longitude. It lies about 45 km north-northeast of Kuala Terengganu, the state capital of Terengganu, and about 22 km off Tanjung Merang, the closest point on the mainland.

The first settlers of Pulau Redang were believed to be the Bugis from Celebes, Indonesia. They established their first village at Teluk Kalong and later moved south to Pulau Pinang ("betel nut palm island"), the island where the Marine Park Centre is located.

Until recently, Kampung Air ("water village") at Pulau Redang was home to a community of about 250 fishermen families believed to be descendants of these original Bugis settlers. Many have since left the fishing trade and moved into the rapidly growing tourism industry. When Kampung Air was torn down in 2001, a number of these families were relocated to the village inland, while others chose to move back to the mainland.

Pulau Redang and its neighbouring islands became a protected Malaysian Marine Park in 1991 and is currently managed by the Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment (NRE), Malaysia. Impact from human activities are managed to protect the marine environment and to conserve its coral reefs.
 

Redang Island

 

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