Travel: Malaysia - Pulau Redang

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Travel: Malaysia - Pulau Redang

Postby skirtdressnsuch » Thu May 13, 2010 11:31 am

is pulau redang a good place to bring kids? heard its a beautiful place but would it be too boring for my 2 dd? any highlights suitable for them?

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Postby rugrats_pat » Thu Jul 01, 2010 1:26 pm

Hi my dd is 8 years old and we all love to go Redang.
Basically is just a R & R holiday.
We have been there almost every year.
Her first trip there was when she was 3 years old.
But I must prewarn you that is its all water play, swimming, snorkelling diving trekking and getting yourself burn...kekeke

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Re: Travel: Malaysia - Pulau Redang

Postby csc » Thu Jul 01, 2010 2:47 pm

skirtdressnsuch wrote:is pulau redang a good place to bring kids? heard its a beautiful place but would it be too boring for my 2 dd? any highlights suitable for them?


Redang is indeed beautiful. Read En's post in her blog to find out more.

Whether it is a good place to bring ur kids will very much depend on the character and nature of ur children.

Your children will enjoy if they love the sun, sea and sand. A bonus if they can swim and snorkel in the open seas. Also , they should not be afraid of getting dirty (sand all over) or bitten by sand flies or mosquitoes.

The reward will be a beautiful tan and an appreciation for nature and beauty of the earth! :lol:

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Postby buds » Thu Jul 01, 2010 2:52 pm

Nicely said, csc! :celebrate:

We LOVE the sun, sand and the sea.
Takes our minds off work, housework,
school work, skyscrapers, four walls... :lol;

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Re: Travel: Malaysia - Pulau Redang

Postby marcmummy » Mon Aug 09, 2010 2:54 am

csc wrote:
skirtdressnsuch wrote:is pulau redang a good place to bring kids? heard its a beautiful place but would it be too boring for my 2 dd? any highlights suitable for them?


Redang is indeed beautiful. Read En's post in her blog to find out more.

Whether it is a good place to bring ur kids will very much depend on the character and nature of ur children.

Your children will enjoy if they love the sun, sea and sand. A bonus if they can swim and snorkel in the open seas. Also , they should not be afraid of getting dirty (sand all over) or bitten by sand flies or mosquitoes.

The reward will be a beautiful tan and an appreciation for nature and beauty of the earth! :lol:



bitten by sandflies??? which beach? want to take kids but we all suffer v badly from sand fly bites.

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Postby Eagle-Ladybird » Fri Aug 13, 2010 11:11 am

We're planning a trip early Oct. Will let you all know what's the latest :D

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Postby mckenzy » Fri Aug 13, 2010 10:10 pm

i thought redang cannot travel end of the year? monsoon season and what nots...

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Postby Eagle-Ladybird » Sun Aug 15, 2010 9:13 pm

yes, the resort will close by end Oct

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Postby sheryl » Mon Aug 16, 2010 2:25 pm

You mean all resorts closed by end Oct because of the Monsoon?

Are you flying there? Do you know if we still need to take ferry if we take Berjaya Air? Which resort are you staying? How much is your package?

We are planning a holiday but have not decide on the venue. Redang is one of the place I thought of going.

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Postby Eagle-Ladybird » Tue Aug 17, 2010 12:14 am

Not exactly sure if all resorts are closed for the monsoon by end Oct, but at least the Berjaya Resort is.

Yes, we're taking Berjaya Air from Seletar airbase. Don't remember wifey talking about ferry, so must be out of the picture. How much is the package . . . errr . . . dear wife asleep, let me check tomorrow morning. Why don't you go into their website and check.

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