Beyjaya Resort Pulau Redang Island


Beach Resort
at Redang Island is one of the most beautiful resorts on the east coast of Malaysia from my personal point of view. I am sure others who have been there would agree on this. While locals over here would call the island Pulau Redang or just Redang, the island is the largest of all the islands in the east coast and located strategically next to Lang Tengah and the Perhentian Islands.

Berjaya Resort Redang Island

The Berjaya Beach Resort here at Redang is really secluded and located at Teluk Dalam (Deep Bay) and is out of walking distance to any other resort therefore privacy is guaranteed here. No worries of cheap holiday makers spoiling your vacation or beach bums trying to hit on the single women. I am serious, if you have been in your concrete jungle for too long.

Berjaya Resort Redang - Ferry to boat transfer

Once you make your way here via ferry, like I did, the ferry will stop you just outside the main beach area which is outside Pasir Panjang (Long Beach). From there, smaller boats will come to pick you up and send you to which ever resort you booked. The boat men will ask you where you are headed and in the sea, you will be transferred to the allocated boats. together with all your luggage. There is a small fee to pay these smaller shuttle boats. But the Berjaya has their own boat to welcome guest so check with your tour operator on this.

Berjaya Resort Redang - Plastic floating jetty

On arrival to the Berjaya Beach Resort, you will be dropped off at the plastic jetty which is floating on the water. Not to worry as this jetty is quite sturdy. Walking in, you will see the beautiful colours of the turquoise water and the white sand beach of the Berjaya Resort. You will probably be thinking 'Ahh... is this paradise?'

Berjaya Resort Redang - Beautiful coconut palms

Not forgetting the beautiful swaying coconut trees that are over 50 feet high, you have come to one of the exclusive private resorts in the East Cost of Malaysia, minus the hundreds of people cramming the beaches.

Berjaya Resort Redang - Amazing beach and waters

Judging from the pictures I have taken, one might think I have added some colour to them, but I have not. What you see is exactly what me and my trusty Canon camera saw. The skies were absolutely beautiful, so was the sand and sea.

Berjaya Resort Redang - Signage to other Berjaya outlets

At the Berjaya Resort, you will be seeing a lot of families who choose this resort as the main holiday destination. Now I understand why people talk about this resort. For the privacy, exclusivity and the sheer beauty of the overall island getaway.

Berjaya Resort Redang - Perfect holiday

I cannot help thinking how blue the skies were when I was there. The beach was perfect with proper holiday goers and no disturbances. Think it of as a isolated beach holiday. Well, you can hire a boat and visit Long Beach if you choose to, but after coming here, I just wanted to stay here and be away from all that commercialism.

Berjaya Resort Redang - Sport activities

They have a ton of activities here at Berjaya Resorts, so check with the resort on what you want to do. The Berjaya Redang also has a 5 star dive center who handles diving trips or even getting your diving certificate for armatures or advanced courses.

Dive sites which are popular here - Big Mount, Northern & Southern Run, Pulau Paku Kecil & Besar, Boulder Dash, Black Coral, Anak Chatek, Batu Mak Chantek, Batu Che Isa, Pulau Kerangga Kecil & Besar. So if you are a diving fan, this is a must for you.

Berjaya Resort Redang - Warning sign by beach

Berjaya Resort Redang - Amazing beach and skies

The beach is excellent as they have lovely beach huts with deck chairs and it is a private beach. So you can have your Mai Tai sent to you while you lie back, relax and read a good book. One thing I must mention is that the Berjaya Resort Redang is built right at the end of a local Malay village so you will see some local children fishing or just playing around the beach and jetty area.

Berjaya Resort Redang - Local village boy fishing

I saw this local Malay boy who was fishing at the plastic jetty and he had caught a Todak (Hound Needlefish) who likes to swim around jetties looking for smaller fish. You may have seen them when you walk the local jetties. It was quit an average size if you ask me. I usually see the much smaller ones which are about 6 to 8 inches long.

Berjaya Resort Redang - The Beach Restaurant

The Beach Restaurant at the resort looks very nice even taught I did not try it. It is located in a separate building away from the main resort. But it is not too far too.

Berjaya Resort Redang - Guide map of the island

The Berjaya Resort Redang is actually quite huge with a lot of areas to explore. If you are bored of the resort by day 2, you can just go out the back and explore the local village (Kampung Ulu Dalam). There is a local restaurant run by some Malay people just when you exit the resort. They serve local basic Malay style dishes which you can try. It was not too bad when I tried it.

Overall, I find the resort very pro-family. Meaning if you have a small or large family and would like a nice quiet holiday, the Berjaya Redang Resort would be the perfect place for you. I also saw a number of romantic couples who were here, possibly for the honeymoon or just a nice and quiet get away from the hectic city.

Berjaya Resort Redang - Interior

Berjaya Resort Redang - Welcoming the flight customers

Berjaya Resort Redang - Back main entrance

For the Spa Lovers, there is the Berjaya Ayura Spa located at Teluk Siang which is south of the island and is on a cliff 140 feet above sea level. This is one fantastic place to get pampered, too bad I did not try it and I also visited the spa without my camera on that day. Get more info for the Ayura Spa.

Finally, there are 2 basic ways to get here. Flying with Berjaya Air or self drive to Terengganu and taking a ferry to Redang Island.

Flying here:
Berjaya Air has made travelling easier with daily flight of only 1 hour 15 minute journey from Kuala Lumpur (Subang Airport) to Redang and from Singapore (Seletar Airport) to Redang on 48-seat Dash 7 aircraft for 1 hour 25 minutes.

Daily flights from Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA) via Malaysia Airlines (MAS), AirAsia and Firefly to Kuala Terengganu Airport are also available. From the airport, you need to head to the jetty to catch a ferry.

It generally takes about 4-5 hours drive from Kuala Lumpur to Terengganu via the East Coast Highway. You are also advised to travel early in the day to avoid missing the ferry services from Shahbandar to Redang Island.

Ferry Schedule from Shahbandar town in Terengganu.

Contact Details:

Berjaya Redang Beach Resort
Redang Island, Terengganu, Malaysia

Pulau Redang, P.O.Box 126, Main Post Office,
20928 Kuala Terengganu, Terengganu, Malaysia.
Tel : +609 630 8888
Fax : +609 630 8880
Email :

Berjaya Resort Redang Website

~ jrhogan