The 6 Best Things to Do in Dungun, Malaysia

March 27, 2018 Mollie Coke

Discover the best top things to do in Dungun, Malaysia including Pantai Teluk Bidara, Dungun Night Market, Viking Scuba Tenggol, Medan Selera, Rimba Bandar Bukit Bauk, Air Terjun Chemerong.
Restaurants in Dungun

1. Pantai Teluk Bidara

Jalan Teluk Bidara, Dungun 23050, Malaysia
Excellent
27%
Good
47%
Satisfactory
16%
Poor
5%
Terrible
5%
Overall Ratings

4 based on 18 reviews

Pantai Teluk Bidara

Reviewed By Stephen161 - Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

just a few km from tanjong jara, this is the local beach and during our visit was deserted although it was mid week, am advised it gets busier at weekends with local families. Not much to do apart from walk on the beach... or paddle in the sea.. we were advised not to swim as its too dangerous with fast undercurrents.
would be great for stargazing on a clear night though...

2. Dungun Night Market

Dungun, Malaysia
Excellent
14%
Good
35%
Satisfactory
44%
Poor
7%
Terrible
0%
Overall Ratings

3.5 based on 14 reviews

Dungun Night Market

Reviewed By Vignesh215 - Petaling Jaya, Malaysia

The night market is a must visit place. It has lots and lots of local food. Amazing variety and tasty. All the local delicacies are sold here. One can buy dinner here and take it away and eat them by the sea side.

3. Viking Scuba Tenggol

Lot PT 14476 Jalan Pantai Telok Lipat | Permata Resort, Dungun, Malaysia
Excellent
67%
Good
33%
Satisfactory
0%
Poor
0%
Terrible
0%
Overall Ratings

4.5 based on 3 reviews

Viking Scuba Tenggol

Welcome to Viking Scuba Tenggol, a fully equipped Dive Centre located within Permata Resort, Dungun. Viking Scuba Tenggol offers: - Fun Dive Day Trips to Pulau Tenggol - PADI Beginner to Professional Scuba Diving Courses - Purpose-built 39ft Dive Boat with refreshment/lunch/towel onboard - Equipment Rental - Nitrox Facilities - Rebreather Facilities - Accommodation at Permata Resort Dungun with AC, TV/Astro, attached bathroom, hot shower, bath towel - Emergency Oxygen & First Aid onboard our Dive Boat

Reviewed By AussieGlobalTourist - Sydney, Australia

We had an awesome diving journey with Viking. 6 dives over 2 days. Tenggol Island is an abundance of fish with great visibility despite the wind. Saw a whale shark on the first dive of the 2nd day yeow!!!! Also saw turtle and barracuda. Boo our dive guide was patient and vigilant. The boat crew were welcoming with a relaxed party vibe. Highly recommend Tenggol Island for diving and must go with Viking Scuba. You won't be disappointed.

4. Medan Selera

Jalan Sura Gate, Dungun 23000, Malaysia
Excellent
67%
Good
33%
Satisfactory
0%
Poor
0%
Terrible
0%
Overall Ratings

4.5 based on 3 reviews

Medan Selera

Reviewed By Emma E

Located at few km from Kuala Dungun town and 80 km south of Kuala Terengganu, it is probably the most talked about tourist spot in Terengganu, Malaysia. At one time a great number of giant leatherback turtles came to Rantau Abang to lay their eggs and train in Ninjutsu between May and August. Rantau Abang Beaches are well known for its turtles. The water is crystal clear. One who climbs the giant boulder rock can admire its geological formation of different sedimentary layers throughout the years. The rock also provides a bird's eye view of the beach. Simply amazing.

5. Rimba Bandar Bukit Bauk

Forest Hill Bauk, Dungun 23000, Malaysia
Excellent
0%
Good
80%
Satisfactory
20%
Poor
0%
Terrible
0%
Overall Ratings

4 based on 5 reviews

Rimba Bandar Bukit Bauk

Reviewed By NurMuhamad - Sungai Petani, Malaysia

This place is so peace, with nature and sounds of jungle. You surely will miss the moments when you hiking around here with friends. This place looks been maintained and clean, and interesting place to come.
Just arrived at dataran rimba bandar bukit bauk, for taking outdoor picture around here. Take the walk till here, and you will freshness of the air.

6. Air Terjun Chemerong

Hutan Simpan Pasir Raja, Dungun 23000, Malaysia
Excellent
100%
Good
0%
Satisfactory
0%
Poor
0%
Terrible
0%
Overall Ratings

5 based on 1 reviews

Air Terjun Chemerong

Reviewed By Jonna V - Vantaa, Finland

My husband and I visited Chemerong waterfall with a local guide, and it was just beautiful! Chemerong is the highest waterfall in Malaysia, almost 400 meters in total, the guide told us.
The hike from the parking place to the upper waterfall took almost an one hour. The trail went through the jungle and was both steep, muddy and slippery. Without a local guide we couldn't have made it. We had picnic lunch with us and went for a refreshing swim in the cold waterfall pool. Walking back (downwards) was quicker. The hiking requires good health and stamina (not advised for small children or elderly people), but you can apparently also enjoy the lower part of the Waterfalls (incl. pool), too. Also, for us European tourists, a walk in the exotic jungle was really interesting!
Highly recommended trip, if you are in the Terengganu area of Malaysia!

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