Divers. Wildlife lovers. Eco Tourists. Families.
Private island living. 360 degrees of the sea. Tropical breeze. Underwater adventures. Seeing turtles hatch in their natural environment.
BEST VISITING MONTHS
March to October.
BATU BATU is a private island hideaway on the small uninhabited island of Pulau Tengah, Malaysia in the South China Sea. The tropical retreat is a picture perfect view of coconut groves, white sand beaches and turquoise water.
Designed in a style of traditional Malay village, there are 20 one-bedroom and 2 two-bedroom villas to choose from. Built in harmony with the environment, Batu Batu is committed to preserving and protecting Tengah Island.
Pulau Tengah is located in the protected Johor Marine Park, filled with of over 100 species of bird and 312 species of flora. Some of the other inhabitants are Pacific Bottle-Nose Dolphins, Black-Tipped Reef Sharks, Green and Hawksbill Turtles, otters and Dugongs or sea cows.
Enjoy eight secluded beaches, healthy colourful reefs and untouched dense jungle. Hike the island and discover its rewarding lookout points. Kayak the calm warm waters or visit some of the nearby islands. Divers will love the onsite PADI centre. Do not miss the Turtle Watch Camp where you can take the hatchery tour.
Fresh local seafood. Malaysian beef rendang, made with the island’s own coconut milk. Lemongrass martinis at sundown.
Pulau Tengah or Tengah Island is 15 km east of the Malaysia peninsula in the South China Sea. Fly into Singapore, following a drive to the coastal town of Mersing and a 20 minute ride on Batu Batu’s private speedboat.
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