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Were in the thick of the monsoon now. The rains have eased and all that's left is a glorious sea breeze, blue skies and cooler temperatures than normal. So, happy new year to all!!
December 19 2020
Folks, the weather is becoming more and more monsoon-like, what with the increasing odds of rainfall and the winds picking up gradually. As a result of this, we're ramping down our activities and will be shuttering completely by later this month. That is... until next year of course. See you in March 2020. Have a good one!
November 19 2013
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Great news! CNN liked the article I did on Tanjung Resang. In fact, they liked it enough to publish it on the iReport section of their website. Have a look
(CNN has since taken down its iReport section)
My report on Tioman was also published on CNN
(CNN has since taken down its iReport section)
November 16 2013
Lonely Planet's Best in Travel 2014 Malaysia made it to the top 10 list
Read why 2014 is the best ever year to visit Malaysia. Selamat datang!
Time flies... The North-east monsoon is definitely making way for the inter-monsoon period. The "cold spells" from China are no longer extending down to Vietnam, let alone ti us in Malaysia. The good news is that the Tioman sea water visibility will be improving quickly. And if the buzz from the islands is anything to go by, then the viz
is awesome already. So it's promising to be a crystal-clear season for snorkeling and scubadiving alike. Bubbly, anyone? :)
October 2012 - North-east monsoon creeping closer
Please keep in mind that the seasons are beginning to show signs of changing from South-west monsoon to North-east monsoon. Weather and sea state may at times be changeable, which may result in ferry schedule interruptions and, at times, cancellations. Winds should pick up gradually, generally getting more and more ideal for surfing, windsurfing and of course kite-boarding off Tanjung Resang.
Our lovely location received great grades in the November 2012 edition of Shape Magazine
"There's plenty here to satisfy eco-warriors and dare-devil adventurers, as well as the laid-back beach-dweller."
For more details, click the image.
March 2012 - Global Peace Index (GPI) report for 2011
Malaysia has been recognised as the safest country in Southeast Asia
March 2012 - Natas Holiday/Travel Fair, Singapore
- Representing Malaysia Sea Sports at the highly successful Natas 2012 at the Singapore Expo on 25 February 2012.
February 2012 - Northeast monsoon losing steam
The Northeast monsoon appears to be losing steam; winds are easing more and the sea is calmer now. That means, since the months of March to October are ideal months for land-based and sea-based summertime recreation, we're on the cusp of a new season of fun in the sun
Whatever your poison, best book your slots early, because if Natas 2012 is anything to go by, then this year will be an absolute bumper year.
October 26th 2011 - It's official, the Northeast monsoon is here!
Note that all sea sports activities at our Tanjung Resang outlet are suspended until further notice. Obviously, this does not apply to hardcore windsurfing, kite-boarding, surfing and skimboarding, which will all be enjoying peak conditions from now on. Also, our accommodations, rooms and camping tents, remain open throughout the coming months.
Malaysia Sea Sports has been invited by Batu Batu Resort
to be part of a three day scuba diving expedition (01-11-11 till 03-11-11) around Pulau Tengah. The objective of this expedition is to survey the as yet largely undiscovered area with Reef Check Malaysia
and Wild Asia
and to document the various coral reef eco-systems and marine life we'll undoubtedly encounter.
- From 28-30th October Malaysia Sea Sports will be at Tanjung Leman to experience first hand the Johor Regatta 2011. It promises to be a fun event and a huge boost for windsurfing in Malaysia! We understand that accommodations at Felda Residences and Tunjuk Laut beach resort have been fully booked. However, Tanjung Resang still has some rooms available. By all means book here
if you'd like to book your room. (October 2 2011)
- Backstage at Singapore Expo Travel Malaysia (15 May 2011)
- CNN: New study warns on coral reef diversity
(April 6 2011)
- ABC: Study warns coral reefs could be gone by 2050
(February 24 2011)
- CNN: Top 10 Asian Dive Sites
(February 16 2011)
- Zaobao: Tioman crossing set for early Southwest monsoon