Within the isle of Tioman, a diversity of captivating, authentic local villages can be explored, and one of it is known as Kampung Paya or Kg Paya. It is a minuscule village and beach along the west coast of Tioman Island, located south of Tekek and north of Genting. A favourite spot especially for foreign tourists and families, Kampung Paya offers several major resorts and a budget hotel providing chalet accommodation with a jetty point known as Kg Paya Jetty connecting visitors from the country’s main peninsula to Tioman.
There are no ticket counters available on Tioman Island, so travellers are encouraged to purchase 2-way tickets from Mersing or Tanjung Gemok terminals to have a convenient travel experience. Here are the popular routes to Kg Paya Jetty in Tioman Island.
Within Kg Paya Jetty, there are three ferry rides regularly per day commencing as early as 8:30 AM. The trips, however, are cut down into once during monsoon season due to high tides and strong winds whereby travellers are advised to avoid boarding them during the season. Jetty points within Tioman are named after local villages situated on the island, and it is advisable to ensure the right jetty point as different resorts are located within different locations.
The different resorts within Kampung Paya also offer a multitude of activities other than resort facilities ranging from snorkelling to trekking. The available facilities within most resorts over in Kampung Paya include a beach club, sundeck, restaurants with fine dining as well as duty-free shopping.
Booking tickets for ferry rides in Kg Paya Jetty are now less of a hassle via Easybook easy-to-navigate platform. Select the preferred pick-up and drop-off destination followed by a travel date whereby schedules for ferry services will be shown. The booking process can be completed within minutes and for more information on ferry ticket bookings, follow this simple guideline for effortless navigation on Easybook’s platform. Book ferry tickets now to get to Tioman Island!
Kampung Paya, Pulau Tioman, Pahang, Malaysia