My family of 5 children (3 teenagers & 7-yr old twins spent 4 nights & 5 days(19-23 June 14)in Nipah.
This is my 9th visit to Tioman Island but my first to Bersatu Nipah. Each beach be it in Salang, Tekek or Genting has its own uniqueness but Nipah is the place if you want peace, serenity, time for reflection or just doing nothing.
But we did canoeing, snorkelling and sand castling. My hubby was ecstasic when he caught many fish in the open sea. WE were jubilant to eat the fresh catch in sweet & sour sauce cooked by Amy, the chef at minimal cost. She also acceded to our request for 'cucur ikan bilis' or anchovies fritter for an afternoon tea.
yes, one of my teenager gals hated the place at first but realised it was the best place for her to reflect.
My hubby & I intend to visit this place again. Just the two of us!:))
The only downside is the ferry service back to Mersing. The co needs to revamp their service.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- We are a humble island resort sitting in the southwest of Tioman Island. Our rooms are a long house type of chalet. We also have a restaurant with seating capacity for 30 pax or maximum of 80 pax at any one time. Apart from the single and double room that we provide, we also have an ample space by the Nipah Beach for campers who prefer outdoor environment overlooking the open sea. We do serve barbeque on request with minimum of 10 pax and normally on the weekends and public holidays. Outdoor sports like volleyball, kayaking, snorkeling, island hopping, fishing, and jungle trekking are available for you to enjoy. We are also located near to the Asah Waterfall (biggest waterfall in Tioman Island). Boat services are available upon request. ... more less