Tekek Village, 3½ km northwest
Tioman Island is a small island located in Malaysia that first became famous as the shooting location for the film South Pacific in 1958. The island was chosen to represent ‘Bali Hai’ thanks to its amazing white sand beaches and its azure waters and if you are looking for a tropical paradise in Malaysia then this is a great choice.
The island is located on the east coast near Pahang and is also part of the wider Mersing Marine Park. This is also one of the most commercialized islands on the east coast of Malaysia and people flock here to dive and snorkel, or to just relax on the beach. Tioman Island also has duty-free island which means you can stock up on cheap products here, and although this is one of the most developed islands it is still possible to get away from it all and enjoy isolated beaches and lookout spots. Some of the highlights of a trip include spending time relaxing on the beach or trekking through the lush jungles that cover the island.
Island in Pahang, Malaysia
Pahang, Malaysia, Southeast Asia, Asia
In the area
Kampung Tekek Village, 3½ km north
Kampung Mentawak Village, 3½ km east
Kampung Juara Hamlet, 3½ km east
Ali’s waterfall Waterfall, 2½ km northeast
Rafflesia 2½ km north