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Topic: Surfing Malaysia

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replies: 17

By:

joe

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RE: Surfing Malaysia

« on: October 23 2009 05:10:00 »

try sabah.. we have plenty.. not really big but then its fun.. we enjoying the waves like from aug til now..

By:

Pearly

RE: Surfing Malaysia

« Reply #1 on: November 23 2009 22:11:00 »

I need to know where can I rent a surfboard in Kuala Lumpur?

Please help. Thanks :)



By:

safsaas

RE: Surfing Malaysia

« Reply #2 on: January 30 2011 23:01:00 »

Surfing at Desaru will be near once the E22 Expressway open. They mentioned that the E22 Expressway will be opened around Mac 2011. I saw the cable bridge had completed. Estmated that it tooks only 45 minutes journey from JB go Desaru via. E22 Expressway. For more info, you may browse to www.e22.com.my

By:

Bryan

RE: Surfing Malaysia

« Reply #3 on: March 11 2011 02:03:00 »

Malaysia does get some pretty decent surf. It's just that it tends to be around the NE monsoon, November to March. Yes, Cherating, Desaru, they all get rideable waves.

Another area we discovered recently is Tanjung Resang, just north of Mersing. The outfit called Malaysia Sea Sports will set you up.

Check them out eh.

Cheers.

Bry

By:

Bryan

RE: Surfing Malaysia

« Reply #4 on: March 11 2011 02:03:00 »

Malaysia does get some pretty decent surf. It's just that it tends to be around the NE monsoon, November to March. Yes, Cherating, Desaru, they all get rideable waves.

Another area we discovered recently is Tanjung Resang, just north of Mersing. The outfit called Malaysia Sea Sports will set you up.

Check them out eh.

Cheers.

Bry

By:

Rogonnz

RE: Surfing Malaysia

« Reply #5 on: March 14 2011 00:03:00 »

Yes you can surf in Sabah. Location, in Kudat (Tip of Borneo) which is situated in the north west coast of Sabah.

www.rajalaut.com

By:

ian

RE: Surfing Malaysia

« Reply #6 on: April 11 2011 02:04:00 »

there is only beginer levels of surf in malaysia, unless typoon swell hits , but thats only ahandfull of times in wet season.


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