Monkey Beach Excursion including BBQ Lunch from Penang
A white, sandy tropical island off Penang is today's calling. Take a short boat trip to an uninhabited island for a day of fun in the sun, sand and sea. Enjoy a spot of fishing or an invigorating jungle trek followed by a delicious barbecue lunch.
Take a 30 minute boat ride from Penang to an uninhabited white sandy beach fringed with coconut trees and frequented by monkeys from the nearby jungle. Enjoy the sun, the sea and the barbecue lunch by the beach.
For those who love fishing, you can try your luck with the equipment provided and if your into adventure, take a short jungle trek in the surrounding foothills.
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Monkey Beach Excursion Including BBQ Lunch from Penang
- Professional guide
- Fishing equipment
- Transport by air-conditioned vehicle
- Hotel pickup and drop off
- Gratuities (optional)
- Food and drinks, unless specified
- Confirmation will be received at time of booking
- A minimum of 2 people per booking is required
- Please advise any specific dietary requirements at time of booking
Reviewed by: audi2111, August 2011
We were picked up from the hotel and taken to the lobby of another hotel. We were then taken to the beach and dropped off without telling us what to do, except "wait for boat here". After 45mins of waiting i called the tour company and told them what had happened, at which point a boat appeared. We were the only 2(plus 2 yr old daughter) on the tour, and the tour guide (boat driver) was lovely. We spent 30 mins fishing and caught 5 fish. We then went to the beach and relaxed there while a BBQ was prepared for us. The food was plentiful and tasty. The tour took a total of 6 hours and was definitely worth it.
Reviewed by: Chia Hau T, November 2010