Malaysia Paradise Island Accommodation Part 3 of 5

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Accommodations are spread all over the island – some with all modern comfortable facilities
Salang Sayang| Salang Hut | Ella’s Place | Salang Indah | Salang Beach Resort | Salang Pusaka Resort |
Salang Sayang |  Tioman Resort

Panuba Beach
| Panuba Inn Resort |

ABC
| Bamboo Hill Chalets | ABC(Air Batang Chalet) | Nazri’s Beach Cabanas | Tioman House |
Johan’s Resort | Mawar Beach Chalets | My Friend Place | Nazri’s Place |

Tekek Beach
| Peladang Inn | Pesona Island Resort | Babura Seaview Resort | Swiss Cottage Resort |
Genting Beach | Japamala Resort | Minang Cove Resort |

Paya Beach| Paya Beach Resort | Tioman Paya Resort |

Juara Village Beach | Manana | Bushman |

Accommodations on the island, have first class beautiful holiday resorts on beach fronts plus the locally affordable individually owned chalets ,  the individually owned challets serve 5 meals a day, includes 2 tea breaks, well cooked local Malaysian meals. Serve morning and afternoons tea breaks with delicious Malaysian homemade cakes . International cuisine is always available at the first class resorts or one may request and guide the local cooks to cook meals to suit individual taste and style. With some tips the cooks will prepare meals as to your taste and satisfaction. You must always remind them to avoid the grounded red peppers – the morning breakfast the locals enjoy is “Nasi Lemak ” can be cooked towards your taste, add sugar to make the taste mild. Very delicious I enjoyed it every morning. Reciepe of small dried fish, pounded,  fried mixed with  pounded dried red peppers and rice is cooked  with coconut cream and served with boiled eggs. My favourite
was always the mild taste.

Tioman a beautiful, popular and affordable holiday destination. Travellers can fly into Singapore or Kuala Lumpur Malaysia. Than by road to coastal area in east coast, and by ferry onto the beautiful island in part
as explained in part two. The Island is accessible with a 2 hour boat ride from Mersing  or Tanjung Gemok, Rompin.

God Bless Amen! Cathy B Kaur, Houston, Texas

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