Redang is -just like The Perhentian Islands- part of the Terengganu Marine Park, an archipelago that is home to 80% of the species found in the 'coral triangle' Philippines – Indonesia - Papua New Guinea. Snorkeling is the number one activity here, followed by diving. The coral gardens at Redang are wolrd-class and also the quality of muck diving is good. The island is also an important conservation site for sea turtles.

Pulau Redang is popular because of the crystal clear waters, white sandy beaches and its snorkeling and diving opportunities. It is like the Perhentians one of the nine islands that are part of the Terengganu Marine Park, but in contrast to these neighboring Perhentian Islands, Redang has a more upmarket image, as almost all accommodation on the island is resort-based.


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