If you're the type of sailor that prefers to do it standing up, you're in luck, because at the moment we're experiencing the North-east monsoon here in Tanjung Resang. In fact, until February/March, the Malaysian East Coast will be battered daily by strong North-easterly winds of up to 20 knots or more, as well as swell and surf that can reach 3 meters during peak conditions.|
Windsurfing zealots, especially wavers, but slalom speedsters too, flock here from far and wide during these NE months to enjoy these strong nor'easterlies and choppy seas.
If you too would like to try out our challenging conditions, come and give Malaysia Sea Sports a go. Nothing beats a hard days' blasting and dueling with the waves. And when you're done, you'll find our accommodation comfortable and affordable too.
We have a number of bays to choose from, so you can adjust the angle of the wind to suit your style. Onshore at Tanjung Resang means it's side-on at our next bay and almost side-shore one bay further down. Whatever meets your fancy, just let her rip!
Now, if you've been contemplating learning how to kite-surf, then contemplate no more. Check yourself in for one of the most oft-booked courses that we offer, our kite-surfing clinics.
Winds averaging over 18 knots
Selecting our weapon of choice
Wicked cross on-shore winds
Wave-gear too will come to good use
Duking it out with the waves
Gear-friendly area to rig up
Beach start under pressure
Windsurfing into the wild blue yonder