Perhentian Islands

The Perhentian Islands are islands in Besut District, Terengganu, Malaysia.
The two main islands are Perhentian Besar and Perhentian Kecil. The small, uninhabited islands of Susu Dara, Serengeh and Rawa lie off Kecil. Wikipedia
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Perhentian Islands – Wikitravel

“The two main islands are Pulau Perhentian Besar ("Big Perhentian Island") and Pulau Perhentian Kecil ("Small Perhentian Island"). Kecil attracts more travellers as it has cheaper accommodation, while Besar is a little more expensive and caters more to families and those who want to avoid the backpacker party scene.”
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The Perhentian Islands Travel Guide – Nomadic Matt

“The Perhentian Islands Travel Guide. The Malay word Perhentian is roughly translated as “stopping point”, which is appropriate considering that most travelers come here and end up staying awhile. The Perhentian Islands in Malaysia are composed of two islands, Perhentian Kecil (small) and Perhentian Besar (big).”
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Perhentian Islands travel guide.

“4 Jul 2016 Independent travel guide to Perhentian Islands, includes up to date information on guesthouses and hotels, attractions and advice on travel, timetables and more.”
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Pulau Perhentian travel – Lonely Planet

“… and myriad stars are mirrored above. The Perhentians offer all this and more.There are two main islands, Kecil ('Small'), popular with the younger backpacker crowd, and Besar ('Large'), with higher standards of accommodation and a more relaxed ambience. Boats can take you out to five smaller islands for day trips.”
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The Ultimate Backpacker Guide to the Perhentian Islands, Malaysia …

“16 May 2017 The Perhentian Islands (pronounced PER HEN TEE-AHN) are composed of 2 coral-fringed islands, Perhentian Kecil (small island) and Perhentian Besar (big island) and are located on the northeast coast of Malaysia. We spent our time on the small island which is known to attract more backpackers and …”
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Perhentian Islands (Terengganu) – All You Need to Know Before …

Perhentian Islands, Terengganu: See 265 reviews, articles, and 435 photos of Perhentian Islands, ranked No.5 on TripAdvisor among 73 attractions in … ive been waiting to travel to this island. i would have to be better but no. the hotel is overpriced, the food is not that good either. the only good part of this place is to go …”
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The Ultimate Backpacker Guide to the Perhentian Islands | Budget …

“22 Dec 2017 The only access point to the Perhentian Islands is from the Kuala Besut, Jetty. Bus: You can purchase a ticket through a travel agent, or purchase a bus ticket online to Kuala Besut, Jetty. The bus system works really well in Malaysia, and it's extremely easy to travel around the country. Flight: Book a ticket to …”
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The best way to visit the Perhentian Islands in … – Time Travel Turtle

“The Perhentian Islands, Malaysia. Langkawi has the reputation as the go-to island for tourists in Malaysia. But on the other side of the peninsula is the ultimate tropical getaway. From luxury to backpacker, party to secluded, it has it all. And the best thing is that, although it's not a complete secret, it's not on the standard …”
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A Travel Guide to the Perhentian Islands of Malaysia – TripSavvy

“17 May 2017 Perhentian means "place to stop" in Bahasa Malay, the language of Malaysia; the Perhentian Islands' crystalline blue water teeming with aquatic life will make you want to do exactly that. Easily accessible from the northeast coast, the Perhentian Islands are Malaysia's crown jewel of islands. Cheap scuba …”
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Guide to the Perhentian Islands – Legal Nomads

“10 Nov 2009 Traveling the Perhentian Islands. Split into two separate islands, Besar (“Big”) and Kecil (“Small”), each Perhentian offers a specific brand of relaxation. Besar is the more isolated of the two and as its name would suggest, is bigger in size. Beaches dot the circumference of the island but the centre is a …”
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