Tuesday, 16 July 2013

3 days 2 nights Snorkeling Package

3 Days 2 Nights Snorkeling package with Ombak Resort,
Perhentian Small Island, Perhentian Island,
Terengganu, Malaysia.

Perhentian Island known for it's crystal clear water, amazing underwater structure, colorful coral & friendly underwater creatures :) and because of that, Perhentian Island have become popular choice for scuba divers from all over the world.

Besides scuba diving, snorkeling is one of the best activities to do in Perhentian Island. Some of the guest who joined snorkeling trip with Ombak Resort:

Naz & partner, Bart & partner, Susan & friends.

Surrounded by colorful fish :)

Skin diving with the turtle at Turtle Point, Pulau Perhentian.

Swim with the shark at Shark Point, Pulau Perhentian.

The Light House :)

Nemo at the Light House's area.

Moral Eel at the Romantic Beach, Pulau Perhentian.

Nemo at the Romantic Beach.

Haven't plan for your holiday yet? Still looking for the best place for your holiday? Come and join us!

For booking and inquiry, please contact:

Dyana @ 019 977 8222
EnShahdi @ 016 900 1228
***Call, Whatsapp or SMS***
Email: ombakresort@gmail.com
Website: www.ombakresort.com
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***Limited availability.
***50% from total payment required upon confirmation.
***No reservation will be made without 50% payment.
***Full payment must be settled 14 DAYS BEFORE CHECK-IN DATE!
***1st come, 1st served.

Friday, 7 June 2013


Wondering what are the activities available other than typical sun bathing?  Here some information for you :)

Long Beach, Perhentian Island.

Snorkeling in Perhentian Island.

Snorkeling in Perhentian Island with friendly creatures.

Snorkeling and skin dive in Perhentian Island.

Snorkeling in Perhentian Island.

D' Lagoon, Perhentian Island.

Round island trip by water taxi in Perhentian Island.

D' Lagoon / Windmill view from the sea.

Overlooking the D' Lagoon from top.

The Perhentian Small Island (Perhentian Kecil in Malay) is the ideal place to relax and forget about your cares and most of people that visit here laze away their days in sun.

There are plenty activities that you can do to keep yourself occupied.  Perhentian Small Island have been gazetted as a marine park as such littering, fishing, and collecting of any marine life (whether dead or alive) is strictly prohibited.  As it is a marine park, this also means that the rich diversity of aquatic life has been preserved and its beautiful to experience.

Apart from sun bathing, scuba diving and snorkeling to popular spot in Perhentian Small Island, there a other activities to be enjoyed:

*Hiking to Windmill
*Junge trekking to the Fisherman Village
*Swimming at the various beach (Long Beach, Romantic Beach, Adams & Eve beach, and some other to name a few)
*Canoeing to the Romantic Beach or other beach around the island
*Take part in volleyball match with the local beach boys

Apart from the water sports, you also can get around the island to enjoy the scenery is by water taxi.  Expected to pay around RM 10 - RM 25 per person for 5 - 15 minutes.

Contact us for more information:
EnShahdi @ 016 900 1228
Dyana @ 019 977 8222
Email: ombakresort@gmail.com
Website: www.ombakresort.com
FB / Twitter: Ombak Resort - Pulau Perhentian Kecil

The Perhentian Islands

Perhentian Islands, Terengganu, Malaysia

Perhentian Island, Perhentian Small Island, Terengganu, Malaysia.

After less than an hour on a boat from the east coast of Malaysia, the laid-back atmosphere and the natural beauty of the Perhentian Islands immediately transport you to the different world.  The white sand is dotted with sun-worshiping holiday makers, some retreating to the shade for a glass of freshly squeezed juice.  A group of scuba divers are boarding a boat to venture out into the crystal clear waters and submerge themselves in the underwater wonderland.  As the sun sets, a quite buzz music and chatter fills the air, together with the thin wisp of smoke from the barbecue fire along the beach.

The Perhentian Islands are two islands named 1) Pulau Perhentian Kecil (the Perhentian Small Island) and 2) Pulau Perhentian Besar (the Perhentian Big Island).  It named after a malay word "Perhentian" which means "a place to stop" as it is previously served as resting place or stopover point for traders between Malaysia and Bangkok.  These islands are still gorgeous place to stop and rest today for tourists disconnecting from stress and routine of everyday life and not for weary seafaring traders.

The island remain relatively untouched and the only permanent habitats live in a small fishing village on Perhentian Kecil (Small Island).  Apart from the footpath that cut through the jungle, there are no roads on the island.  The only way to get around is by walking through the jungles or taking water taxi.  If you tread carefully, you may even encounter some of the island's wildlife on the way, such as monitor lizards, fruit bats, squirrel and so more.  Simple chalet and some moderately luxurious resorts line the picturesque beaches along the restaurants, dive centers and boat operators advertising their services with hand-painted signs.

Perhaps it is the stretches of white beach or the crystal clear water and the superior scuba diving.  Perhaps it is the untouched forests or the relaxed atmosphere and unspoiled charm.  We like to think that a little bit of all of this makes the Perhentian Islands the perfect place to stop and take some time out.

Sunset view Perhentian Island, Terengganu, Malaysia.