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Explore the colorful underwater world of the Pulau Payar Marine Park on this great day trip from Penang. Spend the day snorkeling and swimming, plus enjoy a scenic ferry ride between Penang and Pulau Payar. All equipment, a savory buffet lunch of Dominican fare, and round-trip transport from your hotel is included.
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- Go in for a speedy adventure while in Penang — hop on a jet ski and navigate the water as you hop on the waves and feel the wind in your hair. Accompanied by an experienced and professional English-speaking instructor, this experience guarantees an exciting and memorable bonding time with your family and friends. Jet ski and parasailing ride are two of the most popular watersports activities in Batu Feringgi Beach and your vacation would not be complete without it. First, you get to feel this incredible rush of adrenaline. And second, you get to catch even more scenic views of the ocean’s turquoise water. With the help of a qualified local English-speaking instructor, you will feel safe on your jet ski or parasail while experiencing an incredible thrill.
There is also a wide range of food to choose from for your wedding banquet dinner, from an 8 course Chinese dinner, Western and even Sea Food BBQ dinners by the beach. This can be followed by a beach party after the dinner has filled you to your heart’s content.
For as low as RM40,000.00 onwards, this wedding destination can be your ultimate choice for a truly joyous and memorable moment to last a lifetime of unforgettable memories!
Pulau Tenggol or Tenggol Island is an island off the coast of Terengganu, Malaysia. It is the last island in a string of islands that include Pulau Perhentian and Pulau Redang. It is connected by ferry to Kuala Dungun on the mainland. The island was traditionally uninhabited, but now contains hotels.