Johor, Malaysia · 27 hotels available
Lot TTB 641, Jalan Ismail, Bandar Mersing, Mersing, Johor, Malaysia, 86800
No 74, Jalan Sulaiman, Bandar Tepian Sungai, Bandar Mersing, Mersing, Johor, Malaysia, 86800
Lot PTD 144, Mukim Tenggaroh, Teluk Tanjung Leman, Mersing, Johor, Malaysia, 86810
No 27A, Jalan Ismail Mersing Johor, Bandar Mersing, Mersing, Johor, Malaysia, 86800
No 6 & 7, Jalan Jeti, Bandar Tepian Sungai, Bandar Mersing, Mersing, Johor, Malaysia, 86800
44, Jalan Taman Samudera 2, Taman Samudera, Bandar Mersing, Mersing, Johor, Malaysia, 86800
345H & 345J, Tingkat 1, 2 & 3 Bersama Tingkat Atas, Jalan Ismail, Bandar Mersing, Mersing, Johor, Malaysia, 86800
11, Seri Tanjong 3, Taman Seri Tanjong, Bandar Mersing, Mersing, Johor, Malaysia, 86800
No 1739, Jalan kuara, Taman Mersing, Bandar Mersing, Mersing, Johor, Malaysia, 86800
Shamal Tanjung Resong Resort, Jalan Penyabong, Tanjung Resang, Mersing, Johor, Malaysia, 86900
Lot 60, 61, 144, Teluk Kambau Kecil, Pulau Sibu Tengah, Sibu Island, Mersing, Johor, Malaysia, 86800
Mersing is a small, fishing village that is situated on the east coast of Johor, Malaysia. It is approximately 136km from the Capital of Johor, Johor Bahru and acts as the main spot of departure of multiple islands like the Rawa Island, Dayang Island, Aur Island, Pemanggil Island and more.
Though most part of Johor are already a developing city center, Mersing remains as a small fishing village and the best thing that can be benefitted from that, the never ending out fresh seafood. From the bridge over the Mersing river, visitors would be able to see the brightly coloured boats and a forest of stilts where the fishing docks are. This is not something that you would be able to see every day, where the peaceful, traditional lifestyle remains.
Rawa Island is well known for is amazing spot for snorkeling and scuba diving and also, windsurfing! The crystal clear blue waters in Rawa Island is what draws people here, those that want some time off their really hectic schedule. Visitors can also rent out equipment for any other type of water activities like canoeing, kayaking and even goggles for those who wants to be with the fishes for the day.
Pemanggil Island is well known as being one of the best fishing spots in Malaysia. It is famous among fisherman everywhere as it is an ideal place for deep sea fishing. Not only that, it is also the perfect spot for water activities such as snorkeling and scuba diving. There is also a hill with one of best scenic view that will surely take your breath away.
For nature lovers everywhere, do not miss the opportunity to visit the Endau-Rompin Park for its preserved forest and that is breathtakingly beautiful. Some of the great must see sights here include the gigantic fan palm tree, 248-million-year old rock formations and legendary waterfalls that also comes with great fishing opportunities.
D’Coconut Island Resort is a tropical paradise situated on the island of Pulau Besar, Johor. Surrounded by the crystal clear water, fine white sandy beaches and colourful coral reefs, D’Coconut Island Resort is the heaven for all those beach lovers. Enjoy meals at the on-site restaurant that serves a mixture of local and Western cuisine while capturing the beautiful views of the sea. For leisure, swim in the beautiful on-site pool or enjoy activities at the beach that include canoeing, island hopping, fishing trips to nearby islands, or the adventurous jungle trekking.
Nestled amidst a pacific haven, Aseania Resort Pulau Besar is surrounded by blue pristine ocean and a myriad of brilliant venues. Whether it’s a romantic getaway, family vacation, or a friendly gathering, this place has got something for everyone. Guests can indulge in the adventurous activities like snorkeling, diving, and much more. At the same time, leisure guests can relax by the pool while sipping their signature cocktail. Featuring beautiful villas, they are a perfect blend of traditional and local interior designs and state-of-the-art facilities. Indeed, a rich, tropical, and luxurious resort, Aseania Resort Pulau Besar is simply magnificent.