Heavenly vibes. Beautiful places. Ultimate serenity. If you are looking for an ultimate adventure and some of the incredible things to do in Malaysia, head to the Pulau Kapas – one of the most beautiful island paradises that is sure to keep you there longer.


Pulau Kapas is located on the east coast of Peninsular Malaysia. This is an island with beautiful beaches and the most beautiful valleys in Malaysia.

Kapas (Pulau Kapas), another saint known as Kapas (Kapas Island), attracts fewer tourists than the neighboring Perhentian Island (Perhentian Islands). 

Kapas Island has no roads or cars, so if you only want to rest in a quiet peaceful place, this is the ideal choice. 

This place has some of the incredible things to do in Malaysia. When you reach Kapas Island, you can snorkel, kayak, or relax on the beach. The longest river on the west side of the island is white sand dunes (Malay is cotton in Malay), where there are many shades. You can read and swim under the tree from time to time throughout the day.

The focus of a day trip to Kapas Island is water and it is one of the most beautiful waters in the world – I mean it.

Just a few meters from the beach, you can see many corals and marine fish covered with them. There are parrots, clowns (the famous Nemo, hidden in anemones), snappers, raccoons, butterflies, damlander, and Trevaljski. Fortunately, you can see sharks, rays, or pigeons.

The best places to swim on Kapas Island is the river in the north of Villa Chimi and the beach in the east of Kapas Turtle Valley Complex.

Watch out for the valleys and waters of the sea: When the waves rise, the sea may be good. Do not touch coral and anemones, do not sail!

Do not forget to sunbathe, and use sunscreen or a t-shirt. Other things to do in Malaysia include exploring some of the yummiest foods and beach time. 

Most people who go to Pulau for a day trip love to tickle their buds with the beach food. If you wish, there are many restaurants to choose from.

If you need dinner, head to the KBC kitchen restaurant that remains open from 8 a.m. to 3.30 p.m. 

We spent 5 days on Pulau Kapas, and of course, the time we spent was incredible. If you have time, consider taking a multi-day trip to Pulau Kapas, which will certainly pay off!