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The Perhentian Islands are a situated just off the coast from Kota Bharu in the north east of Malyasia. They are a small group of islands with the two main ones being Perhentian Besar and Perhentian Kecil. The islands are part of a marine park and are surrounded by coral reefs and fringed by beautiful beaches.
The islands have a number of resorts that offer gorgeous chalet style accommodation right on the beach. There are no roads on the islands, only walking tracks that traverse into the lush jungles that cover the interior areas. Getting around is either on foot or by water taxi, although once you are there, there is little reason to venture too far, all of the sightseeing is provided by nature - right outside your door.
Snorkelling and diving are popular amonst the islands beautiful underwater seascapes and saphire blue waters. There are also a number of great options for cruises and hiring boats to explore the many beaches and secluded bays and coves around the coastline. Those seeking activity will not be dissappointed with windsurfing, sailing, and deep sea fishing all available.