Reblogged from my other blog The Heartlander Tourist.
Originally posted: 11 July 2015
Original content on this blog returns: 10 Feb 2017
Malaysia is a beautiful country filled with natural wonders, including some of thee most amazing beaches in the world. Named in the 1970s by TIME Magazine as one of the most beautiful islands on earth, Tioman is one of the most popular islands for holidaymakers in Malaysia.
Set in the east side of Peninsula Malaysia, 52 km away from the city of Mersing in Johor, the island is today dotted with resorts and chalets for people looking to enjoy a nice break from the city.
Tioman first came into common conscious of international tourist as the enchanting yet forbidden island Bali Ha’i in the 1958 movie, South Pacific.
There is something enticing about the song Bali Ha’i, just as Tioman has that ability to enchant you.
Tioman has only 8 villages, with a total population of 432 people (as of 2008) of which include many workers at the resorts from…
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