NOTICE & REIMPOSITION OF TOURISM TAX ON FOREIGN TOURISTS

Effective from 1 January 2023, foreign tourists staying at registered accommodation premises in Malaysia are subject to pay a Tourism Tax of RM10 per room per night. The reimposition of Tourism Tax on foreign tourist is mandatory and regulated by the Ministry of Finance Malaysia and the Royal Malaysian Customs Department.

 

Under the Tourism Tax (Exemption) Order 2017, Malaysians and Permanent Residents with MyPR cards are exempted from paying the Tourism Tax.

 

We are also excited to announce that Redang Island Resort will be reopened for stays effective 1 March 2023 until 31 October 2023. Holidaymakers can now choose from our range of quality, affordable rooms as well as meeting rooms and event halls. We welcome all new and returning guests to come and experience Redang Island with Berjaya Hotels & Resorts for the year of 2023.

 

We hope to make your stay a memorable and unforgettable experience.

 

See you soon and thank you.

 

The Management

 


Connecting People with Nature 

Connecting People with Nature

Connecting People with Nature

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About Redang Island Resort

Redang Island is located off the state of Terengganu in the east coast of Peninsular Malaysia. Befitting the beauty of the island, Redang Island Resort marks its glimmering presence in Teluk Siang, south of the Island. An extensive bay with azure waters, the wonderful location provides sights of tourism fun-time along with desires to recoil into a peaceful and rejuvenating escapade.

Getting Here
Seaview Chalet King

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Each chalet is air-conditioned, equipped with modern amenities including a private balcony, an ensuite bathroom with shower, telephone, mini bar, tea & coffee-making facilities and more

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Santapan Cafe

Tantalise Your Taste Buds!

Embark on a culinary journey with our restaurant and bar. Choose from various authentic local and regional flavours when you stay with us.

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Redang Island  Conservation Day

Redang Island Conservation Day

Redang Island Clean-up Day was brought to life after receiving a huge amount of support from our partners, sponsors, divers, non-divers, and members to urge everyone to ‘Think globally, act locally’. It is a phrase used for decades in various contexts, yet, applicable to our cause which are marine environment and hospitality.

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