For experiencing a memorable Malaysian panorama, a visit to the Batu Ferringhi Beach is essential. Enjoy a multitude of spine- tingling ecstasy from wind-surfing, parasailing to canoeing while you chill out on the beach.
Batu Ferringhi (also known as Foreigners Rock) holds the distinction of being one of the most frequently visited beaches in Penang. Penang is the second smallest state in Malaysia after Perlis, situated on the northwest coast of Peninsular Malaysia by the Strait of Malacca. The sun-kissed beach ... read more
Teluk Bahang welcomes the visitors with its jetty that straight heads to its astonishing shores. The rocks and other creations of the nature have been embroidered in the spots of Teluk Bahang. Its neat and clean beaches are the nicest place to view the sunsets and rises.
Teluk Bahang is known for unmatchable sceneries that are exclusively in the hubs of Teluk Bahang. Teluk Bahang is very calming and captivating in the expressions of affection and adornments.
Teluk Bahang is very near to cities in the Malaysia... read more