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A fun-filled sun sea and sand expedition is about to begin with a simple step into Sari Pacifica Resort & Spa Redang Island. The natural vivid greeneries of Pulau Redang offer a portal for nature lover to embark on a whole new and exciting vacation like no others. Set among the white sandy beach, sheltering all the lush greeneries of the island is where our resort stands. Equip with an excellent landscape that is free from strong wind and huge sea waves, also known as the heaven for beach lovers, makes this island a great location for our resort.
Suite 29-9, Level29, Menara One Mont Kiara, Jalan Kiara 1
50480, Mont Kiara, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Tel: +603-6211 1055 & +603-6201 1055
Email: rsvn@saripacificaredang.com & sales@saripacificaredang.com
Lot 87 & 88 Pantai Pasir Panjang, Redang Island, Terengganu, Malaysia
Tel: +609-630 7999 & +609-630 7000
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Slip into a magical land of tranquility and calm while recharging both body and soul at the Sari Pacifica Resort & Spa Redang Island. Sitting calmly in the core of Redang Island, our resort offers a remarkable accommodating journey that is extraordinary, which is filled with sun, sea and sand. Features 75 guest rooms, and stationed on Pasir Panjang, our resort is regarded as one of the most visited Redang Island Resort around.

By Commercial Flight

  • From Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA) to Kuala Terengganu via Malaysia Airlines

  • From Kuala Lumpur International Airport 2 (KLIA2) to Kuala Terengganu via AirAsia

  • From Sultan Abdul Aziz Shah Airport (Subang Airport) to Kuala Terengganu via Firefly & Malindo Air

Note: Kindly take note that the travel time may vary depending on the designated aircraft carriers that have been taken to fly to Kuala Terengganu Airport.

By Self-Drive

For those self-driving set your GPS to Merang Waterfront Jetty or Syahbandar jetty. From there parking is available, if needed. we also providing a sea transfer, or if you prefer, take the public ferry to Redang jetty.


We provide daily boat and ferry transfers from Merang Waterfront Jetty or Shahbandar Jetty  to Redang Island.


Merang Waterfront Jetty is the closest jetty to Redang Island. Only 30KM from Merang Waterfront Jetty and approximately takes about 45 minutes - 1 hour only. The boat service begins as early as 8:00 AM and the last boat to Redang Island is at 3:00 PM. For a return trip (from Redang Island to Merang Waterfront Jetty), the boat schedule begins at 9:00 AM.

Full address for Merang Waterfront Jetty: 
Merang Waterfront Jetty
Jeti Merang Kuala,
21020 Setiu,

Note: Department of Marine Park Malaysia will enforce the new charges Tax and Activities for admission to the Marine Park Malaysia with effect from 01 October 2016. Cash Payment to be made directly to the Marine Park Centre at Merang Waterfront Jetty.

Note: It is hereby informed that effective from 01 February 2018, the Setiu District Council will impose Jetty Access Tax to all boat/ferry passengers who access Merang Waterfront Jetty, Setiu, Terengganu as follow:


Located at Kuala Terengganu Town.Just 15 minute walk from Kuala Terengganu Bus Terminal.From Syahbandar Jetty to Redang Island will take 1 hour 40 minute.The boat are depart daily. From Shahbandar Jetty to Redang Island will take 1 hour 40 minute. Our Ferry Services Provider is Redang Island Ferry Services.

Full address for Shahbandar Jetty: 
Jeti Pelancongan Shahbandar,
Jalan Sultan Zainal Abidin,
20670 Kuala Terengganu,

Note: Department of Marine Park Malaysia will enforce the new charges Tax and Activities for admission to the Marine Park Malaysia with effect from 01 October 2016. Cash Payment to be made directly to the Marine Park Centre at Merang Waterfront Jetty.


Redang Island is one of the largest protected islands off the east coast of Malaysia located in Terengganu providing alluring settings for various activities such as scuba-diving, snorkeling, boating, canoeing as well as jungle trekking. It is known for its crystal-clear waters as well as sandy beaches and has been preserved as one of Malaysia's marine park.

Location: South China Sea

Archipelago: Redang Archipelago

The Redang archipelago comprises Pulau Redang, Pulau Lima, Pulau Paku Besar, Pulau Paku Kecil, Pulau Kerengga Kecil, Pulau Kerengga Besar, Pulau Ekor Tebu, Pulau Ling and Pulau Pinang. Pulau Redang is the biggest of all the islands in the Marine Park, measuring about 7 km (4.3 mi) long and 6 km (3.7 mi) wide.


Its highest peak is Bukit Besar at 359 metres (1,178 feet) above sea level. The boundary of the Pulau Redang Marine Park is established by a line linking all points 2 nautical miles (3.7 km) from the shores of Pulau Redang, Pulau Lima, Pulau Ekor Tebu and Pulau Pinang.


The other nearby islands of Pulau Perhentian Besar, Pulau Perhentian KecilPulau Lang TengahPulau Kapas and Pulau Susu Dara are also gazetted and protected as Marine Parks.


Today, only the bigger islands like Redang, Lang Tengah, Perhentian and Kapas have resort facilities for visitors. The management of Marine Parks primarily involves protection of the sensitive marine and terrestrial ecosystems by controlling the impact from human activities.


These include waste pollution management and conservation of coral reefs and terrestrial habitats.

The island is an important conservation site for sea turtles. Previously, the indiscriminate economic exploitation of turtle eggs had caused fewer turtles returning to nest on the island. This has led the Terengganu state government to set up the Koperasi Setiajaya Pulau Redang in 1989, a cooperative aiming to develop and manage socio-economic programmes that could improve the livelihood of Pulau Redang locals without endangering its natural resources.