Who we are?

Located off the coast of Mersing, it is made up of 13 islands in 6 island clusters namely Pulau Tinggi, Pulau Aur, Pulau Pemanggil, Pulau Besar, Pulau Sibu and Pulau Rawa. Also gazetted as a Marine Park, the park is adorned by hill forest structure, mangrove and beach-side forest, apart from being a popular destination amongst divers and sea lovers.

"Taman Laut Sultan Iskandar is an embodiment of a true serene nature."

-NOAA

Getting here

From Kuala Lumpur (KL) / Johor Bahru (JB)

The fastest route is via the North-South Expressway. Exit through Ayer Hitam. From Ayer Hitam, continue your journey to Kluang and from there you can go to Mersing. The main entrance to Mersing Islands is through the Mersing Jetty or Tanjung Leman jetty in Johor. There are scheduled ferry services daily to all the islands. Journey to the islands will take hours depending on ferry or sppedboats and the condition of the sea.

Public Transportation

Express bus service is available from Kuala Lumpur to Mersing. One of the coach service operator is Transnasional Express (Tel: 603-2070 3300), the buses leave at noon and about 8:30 at night with the ride taking about 6 hours. Chartered taxi service with reasonable fare is another alternative of public transportation to get to Mersing.