Modern ferry services are offered from the mainland to major islands such as Penang and Langkawi in Peninsular Malaysia. Regular boat services are also available to Pangkor Island and the Mersing-Tioman Island routes. In addition, longboat service is available from Labuan to mainland Sabah in Malaysian Borneo.
Port Klang, situated about 25 miles from Kuala Lumpur, is the main port of call for cruise liners.
Visitors can take a cruise and be enthralled with the host of fascinating destinations along the coastline. One can find some of the world's best cruise ships operating in Malaysian waters, all offering the comforts and facilities of a luxury hotel while traversing the sea.
Tourists can either immerse themselves in a variety of activities offered or just sit back, relax and absorb the serenity of Malaysia's waters. Parents can revel in peace and quiet, while the cruiseliners entertain the children with a variety of fun activities. These reputable cruises ensures visitors a safe, comfortable and unforgettable journey.
Melaka to Dumai, Indonesia in approximately 1 hour and 45 minutes. For more information, please visit www.m-sia.com/indomal/index.html.
The Satun Langkawi Ferry
Langkawi to Satun, Thailand in approximately 1 hour and 15 minutes. For more information, please visit www.langkawi-ferry.com/Home/Schedule.aspx#satun.