Located on the north of Redang Island, The Taaras Beach & Spa Resort is ideally situated in Teluk Dalam Kecil where the calm waters of the bay encourage a range of watersports. Berjaya Air operates daily direct flights from KL (Subang Airport) and Singapore (Seletar Airport) to Redang Island on a 48 seater Dash 7 aircraft. Alternatively, ferry services via shahbandar are available for those wish to travel to Redang Island by sea.
Compared to other hotels in Redang Island in Malaysia, the location of The Taaras Beach & Spa Resort in Redang Island in Malaysia is surrounded by blue waters, white sandy beach and the bay waters are ideal for water sports. The Location of The Taaras Beach & Spa Resort in Redang Island in Malaysia makes it a favorite destination for snorkeling.
Redang is 75 minutes by air from Kuala Lumpur and 90 minutes from Singapore. Berjaya Air had made travel easier with daily convenient flights. From the Redang Airport, it is a 15 minutes journey to the Berjaya Beach Resort by the kampung roads. There are ferry services from Shahbandar or Merang jetty to Redang Island. It is possible to reach Redang by sea.
Redang Islands is one of the best underwater diving sites any where, with its well preserved, colored coral reefs. There are over 25 diving sites such as Big Mount, Besar, Boulder Dash, Nothern & Southern Run, Batu Mak Chantek, Black Coral, Pulau Paku Kecil and Besar, Anak Chatek, Batu Che Isa and Pulau Kerangga Kecil. From Location of The Taaras Beach & Spa Resort in Reading Island in Malaysia, one can visit Redang Marine Park Center. The location, Pulau Pinang, is a popular snorkeling destination, due to abundant marine life.
Apart from snorkeling, there is a hiking trail, which takes one to the hill top viewing tower near a lighthouse. There is an exhibition center at the Marine Park, where baby turtles are sometimes displayed. There are lovely sunrises visible from Pasir Panjang and Teluk Kalong. Redang Island is a good place for star gazers.
From the location of Berjaya Beach Resort in Redang Island at Malaysia, trekking in Pulau Redang is the best way to see rare species of the island's flora and fauna. Apart from ecologically very important mangroves, 16 species of wild orchids, some very rare are present in Redang and Teluk Delam has the largest diversity of orchids. Breadfruit trees ( "sukun" ), are found on Pulau Pinang. Three turtle species visit Redang to nest. Common is Green turtle followed by the Hawks bill turtle and the Olive Ridley turtle. Favorite nesting spots in Redang include Pasir Mak Simpan, Pasir Mak Kepit, Teluk Dalam, Pasir Chagar Hutang and Pasir Bujang.
- Location: Waterfront/Beach
- Centrally located
- 350 kms to the nearest airport (kuala lumpur)