Alang’s Rawa is your own private island, the perfect getaway for when you want to escape the hassle of everyday life. With only 14 rooms and the most laid-back atmosphere you can find, Alang’s Rawa wants you to feel like you’re at home. Our friendly staff are here to make sure you get what you need, but other than that the island is yours to do as you want. Swim, snorkel, sunbathe, or take part in the many other activities in this tropical paradise; the island is yours for the taking.
Rawa Island is part of the Seri Buat archipelago on the south-east coast of Malaysia.The east coast sees perfect weather for around ten months of the year, and this happy climate gives rise to a series of stunning islands of which Rawa is the jewel in the crown. Just a couple of hours drive from Singapore or KL to the port of Mersing, Rawa is just a quick 25 minute boat ride away in one of our private speedboats.
During the week the island is a peaceful oasis, a dream getaway of calm and solitude. Children and families are welcome, and the island is the perfect place for a romantic honeymoon or celebration. We’ll always do our best to accommodate any special requests. Our restaurant is famous for its delicious food and friendly atmosphere, with beachside tables lit by flaming lanterns setting the scene for the beautifully prepared and carefully thought-out menu.
At the weekends however, we transform into one of the best nightlife locations in the region, with legendary Saturday night barbecues, parties, and events. Our spectacular cocktail list ignores tired old favourites and instead is a totally original mix using fresh local fruits, juices, and spices. It’s a rare saturday night that people aren’t dancing on the tables by the end of the evening!
Alang’s Rawa is a privately-owned and family-run resort, small and sweet rather than big and slick – after all, the best things come in small packages! You’ll find no buffet dinners, annoying inclusive packages full of things you don’t want, or staff who don’t know your name. Instead you can put on your own music, play with our gorgeous dogs, or just hang out and chat with the friendly, happy staff.
Many of our guests turn into friends, and return week after week, year after year, because Rawa is their home away from home. We hope you will do the same! –Alang’s Rawa
- Island hopping
- Fishing (fully-equipped game fishing charter boat available)
- Trekking up the 270 steps to the top of the hill to watch the sunset/sunrise
- Rest huts
- Beach volleyball
- Please note that during peak season (May-September) two to three months advance notice is recommended for weekend bookings.
- Children under 16 are not allowed on weekends.
For booking and reservation, click here.
For more information, refer Alang’s Rawa and Pure Value Travel & Tours.
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From NORTH / SOUTH by E2 PLUS highway, take EXIT 244 to Ayer Itam/Kluang/Batu Pahat. After toll plaza, turn right onto Route 50 to Kluang. Go straight for 18.5 km until you reached at a roundabout. Take the 2nd exit and stay on Route 50. After 2.2 km, there is another roundabout. Take 2nd exit and stay on Route 50 for about 50 km. From this point you choose either stay on this road or follow next direction for shortcut. Turn left on the T junction to Mersing via Felda Nitar. After 10 km, you will reach a crossroad. Turn right to Mersing.
After about 5 km, you will reached another crossroad. Turn left to Mersing.
Follow the road for about 17 km until you reached the T junction on end of the road. Turn left onto main road Route 3 to Mersing. Follow the road and you reach to Mersing town. At the roundabout, take the third exit onto Jalan Abu Bakar. Follow the road for about 600 m then turn left onto the road to Mersing Jetty.
Buses from KL leave from the Puduraya bus terminal, and cost around RM20. Transnasional operates a bus service direct from Singapore to Mersing, leaving from Kallang Bahru/Lavender Street junction and costing around SD12. Alternatively you can take the Causeway Link or the 170 bus from Singapore’s Queen Street bus station to Johor Bahru. From there, buses to Mersing leave from Larkin bus station and cost around RM8. The bus station in Mersing is around 10 minutes from the port, so you may need to take a taxi if you have many bags.
For enquiries upon arrival in Mersing only.
Tel (Island base): 016-729 7383 (Mon-Sun: 8.30 a.m.to 8:30 p.m.)
Tel (Mersing office): 017-827 8717 (Sun-Fri: 9.30 a.m. to 5.30 p.m.)
Please note that the above numbers are only for use by guests wishing to contact the island regarding arrival details or queries. All other enquiries should be directed to the above email address.