One private island, one luxury resort. A peaceful paradise where even late Pavarotti himself nearly cried at the beauty of this island.
KL’s food scene is varied and eclectic. Thanks to the Chinese Malays, Indian Malays and all the regional immigrants in between, you’ll find endless speciality Asian cuisines- from Pho cafes, to North Indian restaurants, Bangkok Street Food or Xiao Long Bao eateries.
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Perched opposite the Berembun Forest Reserve overlooking the Mantin Hills, the undisturbed views of the jungle becomes your eco-friendly living room TV.
Jungle trekking on Besar is nothing short of an adventure and like its sister island ‘Kecil’, it offers some cracking highlights.