Welcome to Paradise…

This was my second time to the Perhentian Islands, and it was a very last minute.  I was in the Cameron Highlands, and had no idea where to go next.

The price to get to Taman Negara (a short bus ride away) was a staggering 70 MYR.  Where as, I could go a long bus ride, and round-trip ferry transport to the Perhentian Islands for 120 MYR.

I’m so glad I decided to come back to these idyllic islands, because I truly fell in love with The Perhentian Islands.  I think you will to after you check out all my photos of them!  True paradise.

The Beach Is The Perfect Place to Relax All Day

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You can walk over to the pier, and snorkel along these beautiful rocks

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There are some spectacular views from higher up…

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The Water is Perfectly Blue…

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You Can Swim To This Private Beach

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The Snorkeling Trip Takes You This Amazing Beach

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You’ll See Some Cool Stuff Underwater

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There’s an Awesome Fire-Show Every Night at 10:30 P.M

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It’s Definitely a Hard Place to Leave

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I went to the Perhentian Islands with the plan of staying 4 nights, and I ended up staying 9 nights.  I met some awesome people, had a couple great nights out partying, and a lot of fun relaxing on the beach.  

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  1. jessicaray4 says:

    Pleasant photographs jones. Blue paradise. I stunned to perceive how clear water is. Love these photographs #private shoreline photographs

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