Ferries to Malaysia
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Ferries to Malaysia

Batam Fast Ferry, Bundhaya Speed Boat, Perhentian Sunny Travel, Tigerline Ferry, Satun Pakbara Speed Boat Club, Al Ameen Boat Services, Said Bonaza Express, Perhentian Boat Services & Vigourmarine provide the ferries to Malaysia.

Malaysia Ferry Times

Ferries to Malaysia sail around 202 times a day and up to 1358 times a week. Ferry timetables can vary by season. Use our deal finder for the latest ferry information and tickets.

Malaysia Ferry Ports

Ferries sail to 19 ports in Malaysia. Langkawi (Kuah Jetty) ferry port is the most popular with 38 weekly sailings.

Ferries from Koh Lipe (Bundhaya Beach) to Langkawi (Kuah Jetty)

Koh Lipe (Bundhaya Beach) Langkawi (Kuah Jetty) ferries sail approximately 10 times a week, with a crossing time of 1 hour 30 minutes.

Ferries from Tanah Merah to Desaru

The ferry from Tanah Merah to Desaru sails in approximately 1 hour 30 minutes with 4 weekly sailings.

Can you take a car ferry to Malaysia?

Currently, car ferries do not sail to Malaysia, only foot passengers are permitted on ferries to Malaysia.

Malaysia Ferry Prices and Offers

Ferry prices for ferries to Malaysia can vary by route, operator and season. We recommend booking in advance to get the best ferry deals and availability.

Book ferry tickets to Malaysia

Booking ferries to Malaysia is easy. Book online and manage your trip with Direct Ferries. Use our Deal Finder to compare tickets and book the best option for you.

Most popular questions

Which ferries travel to Malaysia?

Ferries to Malaysia:
  • Tanah Merah
  • Kuala Besut Jetty
  • Perhentian Island Resort (Perhentian Islands)
  • Marine Park (Perhentian Islands)
  • Arwana Eco Resort (Perhentian Islands)
  • Long Beach (Perhentian Islands)
  • Coral Bay (Perhentian Islands)
  • Fisherman Village (Perhentian Islands)
  • Merang Jetty
  • Redang Island (Village Jetty)
  • Redang Island (Laguna Jetty)
  • Redang Island (Pelangi Jetty)
  • Redang Island (Teluk Kalong Jetty)
  • Lang Tengah Island (Summerbay Resort Jetty)
  • Lang Tengah Island (Saripacifica Jetty)
  • Lang Tengah Island (D’coconut Lagoon Resort Jetty)

What is the fastest ferry to Malaysia?

The Redang Island (Village Jetty) to Lang Tengah Island (Summerbay Resort Jetty) ferry is the fastest ferry route to Malaysia with a ferry crossing time of 25m on average.

What are the ferry ports in Malaysia?

Malaysia Ferry Ports:
  • Desaru
  • Tanjung Pengelih
  • Perhentian Island Resort (Perhentian Islands)
  • Kuala Besut Jetty
  • Marine Park (Perhentian Islands)
  • Arwana Eco Resort (Perhentian Islands)
  • Long Beach (Perhentian Islands)
  • Coral Bay (Perhentian Islands)
  • Fisherman Village (Perhentian Islands)
  • Redang Island (Village Jetty)
  • Merang Jetty
  • Redang Island (Laguna Jetty)
  • Redang Island (Pelangi Jetty)
  • Redang Island (Teluk Kalong Jetty)
  • Lang Tengah Island (Summerbay Resort Jetty)
  • Lang Tengah Island (Saripacifica Jetty)
  • Lang Tengah Island (D’coconut Lagoon Resort Jetty)

Can you take pets on the ferry to Malaysia?

No, pets are not permitted on ferries to Malaysia.

Malaysia Ferry Map and Routes

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