When translated from Bahasa Malaysia, Pulau Lang Tengah means an "Eagle resting on the middle island". Pulau Lang Tengah is between Pulau Perhentian and Pulau Redang. Pulau Lang Tengah has procured two isolated and idyllic stretches of pristine white sandy beaches. It offers tranquil ambience and at the same time delivers a unique destination for marine life and nature lovers. There are about 12 dive sites around Pulau Lang Tengah and together with nearby Pulau Redang, Pulau Perhentian and Pulau Bidong, there are more than 30 dive sites for divers: at shallow to medium depths, always enjoyable, never risky or fatiguing. Encounters with turtles, resident schools of jacks and barracudas and leopard sharks are almost assured around the tiny coral island.
The best time for your holiday in Lang Tengah is between March and October. The island closes shop during the east Malaysia monsoon season of November until February.
The small island of Lang Tengah sits between the Perhentians and Redang Island. It is best described as a secret paradise hideaway seldom visited by tourists and divers, this will change over time. Coral is in pristine condition and marine life is abundant here. There is good deep dives here dropping down to 30 meters with big shoals of snappers, fusiliers and rabbit fish. A thermo-cline often drops the visibility which can be up to 30 meters. Bamboo sharks, turtles and shovel nosed rays have been spotted on occasion around the island. There are a couple of shallow bays ideal for night diving where crustaceans and nocturnal reef critters are abundant.
You can fly from Kuala Lumpur to Kuala Trengganu via Malaysia Airlines or Air Asia. The flight is easy, and should only take you about an hour. To get the most time on the island, you should be taking the first flight out in the morning. Once you’re at Trengganu, you can arrange a land transfer from the airport to the Merang jetty where you’ll be able to catch a ferry to head out to the island. This trip should take you about 45 minutes or so. It should be fairly simple to make the arrangements once you get to Merang, and you don’t need to make them in advance.
Once you’re at the Merang, you can catch the ferry to be taken to the island. The boat ride should take you about 30 minutes. Your resort should be able to give you all the specifics when it comes to getting the ferry back. Depending on the waters that day, you should definitely take some type of anti-nausea medication because it may be a bumpy ride.

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