Pulau Aur group
These islands situated along the East Coast
of Peninsular Malaysia are laced with powder fine white beaches. The islands are fringed
with corals and blessed with crystal gin clear waters. Pulau Aur is probably the marlin
capital for Singaporean with only a few days to spare and a good chance to tangle with the
black marlin, the ultimate challenge for sportfishing.
What do I expect to catch? In these waters it is well known for it's sizable
population of good-size Dorado, small Black Marlin and of course prized Mackerel. Live
baiting at the F.A.D.s and target buoy can produce outstanding results for these pelagic.
Not to forget sharks which hunts at these haunts regularly at these sites as they are
abound with baitfish. On a good day it's possible the Dorado are running so thick that
they actually become pests.
Bottom fishing is a haven for light tackle
fishes, the drop-off; shipwrecks provide good action of giant trevally, golden snappers,
red snappers, groupers and jacks.
Where do we stay? Lodging on these islands is very charming, rustic,
sparse, comfortable and clean. The chalets are divided into air-conditioned or just the
cool sea breeze for people who enjoy being closer to nature. For city folks this is the
best place to really wind down without burning a big hole in your pockets. The selection
of food is considerable from local fare like the island curries to sashimi and of course
- 4 Days 3 Night Fishing and
Snorkeling on 45ft or 48ft wooden hull with cabin, kitchen, toilet and live well.
- Meals, fruits, hot and cold
beverage are provided.
- Transport 2 ways
- Prices subjected to change with
or without prior notice.
- 50% per pax (Angler) upon
- Full payment to be made 7 days
- Trips cancellation less than 7
days before departure - 50% of package price; within 48 hours before departure - 100% of
- We strongly recommend our
customers to buy a travel insurance.
(share the same
serenity and fish species)
Kenyir Lake completed in
1985, approximately 55km away from Kuala Terengganu located in the jungles
on the edge of Taman Negara, is the country's largest rock-filled
hydroelectric dam of sheer scenic beauty occupying an area of about 369
sq. km., creating a lake which consists of more than 300 small islands. An
estimated forty rivers are said to combine and form this dam. The quiet
serenity of the natural beautiful landscaped, peaceful sanctuary, for
those seeking the relaxing pleasures of the great outdoors with their
families, other leisurely pursuits include picnics, boating or trekking in
the surrounding jungles and it is also known internationally an anglers'
haven. Its water teem with several varieties of fish, e.g. Kelah, Kejor,
Tengas, Baung, Sebarau, Lampam, Belida, Tapah, Tenggalan, Kalui and