Tioman Island, the largest in a group of 64 volcanic islands which includes Seri Buat Island, Sembilang Island, Tulai Island, Chebeh Island, Labas Island and Renggis Island, is situated about 80km northwest of Peninsular Malaysia's east coast. Said to be the final resting place of a fabled dragon princess who had turned herself into an island in the South China Sea, Tioman Island is truly one of the most beautiful islands in the region.
Blessed with miles of soft white sand, swaying palms, wild flowers growing in vivid profusion and cool waterfalls cascading down green slopes, Tioman Island is an adventurer's paradise for quiet retreats, trekking, sunbathing and sea sports. Noted for crystal clear water as far down as 33 metres, Tioman Island is a veritable green of colorful marine life, offering underwater sportsmen some of the best dive sites in the world.
There are several villages scattered around the island's coastline, the larger ones being Salang, Tekek,Genting, Paya and Juara. Each village offers a different atmosphere and will be a unique experience to enjoy.