What is Tioman

Tioman is a gifted island in eastern part of Malaysia, with beautiful scenery which include corals and sea-livings. Rated as the paradise of corals, Tioman offers great sea experience that no one could ever forget.

Situated in the state of Pahang (one of Malaysia's 14 states), Tioman is surrounded by plenty of coral-reefs, making it the favorite spot for divers around the world. Apart from its sea-life diversity, Tioman is also known for its reserved rainforest and various protected species of mammals.

For those who planned to stay, numerous chalets and resorts can be found on almost every part of the Island, do refer the Tioman stay section for more information.

Figure: Tioman from Panuba view.

Tioman Legend
Source: Taken from Wikipedia.org

According to legend, Tioman Island is the resting place of a beautiful dragon princess. Whilst flying from China to visit her prince in Singapore, this beautiful maiden stopped to seek solace in the crystal-clear waters of the South China Sea. Enraptured by the charms of the place, she decided to discontinue her journey. By taking the form of an island, she pledged to offer shelter and comfort to passing travelers.

Discover Tioman..

Tioman is a tiny but beautiful island with a lot to offer. Refer map below for places in Tioman, the small red-dotted circle indicate the chalets and resorts on Tioman.

What does Tioman offers?

A lot! You can expect a fine spa to an 18-hole golf course in Tioman. Check attractions page for more on what Tioman has to offer.

How to Get There?

The island is served by ferries from the Malaysian mainland, and a propeller plane service by Berjaya Air from the Seletar Airport in Singapore and Sultan Abdul Aziz Shah Airport in Kuala Lumpur. More information on Getting There page.

Who is TiomanGuy?

TiomanGuy is the owner of this blog, technically me and I'm one of island enthusiasts and have been on Tioman a couple of times. Push the contact button should you need anything from TiomanGuy. Don't forget to take part on the Poll on the left side of this blog!