Tioman is located 32 nautical miles off Pahang state, but connected through Mersing town in Johor, the island continues to enchant visitors with its warm beaches, lovely seas and lush rainforests. It’s a laid-back paradise awaits on Tioman Island, where beachfront villages and cascading waterfalls meet pristine beaches and snorkelling sites. You can also find challenging jungle treks, deep-sea fishing and sailing opportunities, an 18-hole golf course and water sports operators.
Budget and midrange hotels provide quick accommodation at every village, but there are also luxury resorts nestled within private coves and beaches. A melting pot of cultures, Tioman Island attracts youthful travellers from around the world – a great place to make friends every season.
Like mainland Malaysia, Tioman Island has a hot and humid climate, with sunny afternoons and warm evenings but cool nights. Temperatures are usually consistent and the calm weather peppered with occasional showers and storms. The tourist season peaks between May and August, when the weather generally displays the least rainfall.