Johor, Malaysia · 34 hotels available
Shamal Tanjung Resong Resort, Jalan Penyabong, Tanjung Resang, Mersing, Johor, Malaysia, 86900
Jalan Penyabong - Tanjung Resang, Endau, Mersing, Johor, Malaysia, 86900
Tanjung Gemok Interconnection To Tioman Island, Endau, Rompin, Pahang, Malaysia, 26820
Jalan Sri Tanjung 1/2, Pusat Pertubuhan Desa Tanjung Gemok, Kuala Rompin, Rompin, Pahang, Malaysia, 26820
Penyabung Beach is yet another recognized recreational spot that one could find in Mersing town area to have a family gathering, team bonding, retreat or even just trying the available watersports and adventurous activities around such as kayaking, boating, fishing, camping and jungle trekking. Situated in the sub-district or mukim of Penyabung, it is accessible from the town of Mersing via Jalan Endau/Route 3/AH18 and Jalan Penyabong - Tanjung Resang with driving time of fewer than 35 minutes. The beach has at least four selections of chalets and resorts offering budget to middle tier accommodation with meeting facilities. In addition to that, there are also watersports centre, smaller eateries, resting hut, public toilet and bathing facility. From the main road, the beach is in close proximities to a traditional Malay village, school, mosque and several fish farms. The number of visitors is always high during the weekends and school holidays, therefore if visitors intend to book a night’s stay, they are advised to do so in advance instead of doing a walk-in.
People driving from Kuala Lumpur may drive via North-South Highway/E2 for immediate access to the Penyabung Beach. The journey could take up around four hours and forty-five minutes depending on the current traffic situation.
There is a bus terminal in the Mersing town which is located forty minutes away from the beach. Take the trip directly to Mersing from Terminal Bersepadu Selatan (TBS) terminal using express bus services such as Transnasional Express or Sepakat Liner before opting for a taxi or renting a car to go to the beach.
Sibu Island is a group of small islands consisting of Sibu Besar Island, Sibu Tengah Island, Sibu Kukus Island and Sibu Hujung Island. Being placed under the jurisdiction of Mersing district, Johor, Malaysia, the main island, Sibu Besar Island, has only a land size of six kilometres long and one kilometer wide with most of the area being covered with forest. Besides that, this is the only inhabited island with a small fishing village named as Kampung Duku that houses up to 40 families. Sibu Island has a massive collection of coral reefs that are untouched by human intervention. To prevent it from even happening, the island is sanctioned as a marine park back in 1993, like other protected islands in the country. As such, some of the most exciting activities that could be done here would definitely be snorkelling and diving. There are also a lot of sea caves around the island which makes it fun to go explore around by means of a boat. Jungle trekking is also a common activity that could be done by the visitors here due to the abundance of tropical vegetation and well-preserved mangrove swamps. There are four main beaches scattered at the eastern side of the island, which is also where most of the beach resorts are located. These resorts would close their doors for visitors during the three-month monsoon season.
Endau Beach Resort is one of the established hotels here, a two-star accommodation that can be found at Lot 321, Pasir Lanun, Penyabong Endau, Mersing. This establishment has a simple yet very charming setup that includes facilities such as cable television, desk, shower, beach volleyball, canoeing, swimming pool, restaurant, parking and free Wi-Fi.
Another renowned three-star accommodation with a serene atmosphere located at Tanjung Gemok, Kuala Rompin, Rompin. The hotel is wonderfully decorated, coupled with a range of facilities and services that include cable television, desk, in-room safe, refrigerator, shower, bathtub, laundry service, luggage storage, business centre, meeting facilities, coffee shop, restaurants, garden, pool and many more.