Redang Island is located off the state of Terengganu in the east coast of Peninsular Malaysia. Befitting the beauty of the island, Redang Island Resort marks its glimmering presence in Teluk Siang, south of the Island.
An extensive bay with azure waters, the wonderful location provides sights of tourism fun-time along with desires to recoil into a peaceful and rejuvenating escapade.
As Redang Island is situated on the east coast of Malaysia, it is susceptible to bad weather in the form of monsoon rains from October/November until March/April. Resorts start closing in September and they are all closed by the end of October. The season opens again in March. The best time to visit Redang is from June to August when the weather is good and the sea is calm, offering great diving and snorkelling opportunities.
Most visitors to Redang will fly into Sultan Mahmud Shah Airport (TGG) in Kuala Terengganu on one of the many daily flights from Kuala Lumpur operated by either Malaysian Airlines,Firefly or AirAsia. Since 2009 there is also a direct flight from Singapore Changi Airport (SIN) to Kuala Terengganu on Firefly. From the airport head towards one of the jetties to catch onward transport to the island.
There is also an airport on the island, near the Berjaya Beach resort. It is only serviced by Berjaya Air, and most passengers are staying at the affiliated resort, but you can sometimes get a seat on the plane if it isn't full. Flights directly to Redang depart from either Subang Airport (SZB) in Kuala Lumpur (flying time of 1 hour and 15 minutes) or Seletar Airport (XSP) in Singapore (flying time of 1 hour and 25 minutes).
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