Hotel in Pulau Jerejak - The only Pulau Jerajak hotel is in the deluxe category that offers a resort like ambience. With comfortably furnished rooms in an exotic location, you'd be surprised just how much you'd enjoy the solitude. Don't say no the hotel Pulau Jerajak until you've experience it yourself. Read More
Pulau Jerejak Hotels
Your holiday begins from the moment you step into the ferry that smoothly sails the short distance between Penang Island and Jerejak Resort and Spa Penang. Take in the view...unwind and prepare for a magical getaway.
From Penang Island jetty to Jerejak Resort & Spa
12:30 am( Weekends only - Friday & Saturday)
From Jerejak Resort & Spa to Penang Island Jetty
1:30 pm (12:45 pm on Fridays only)
1:30 am( Weekends only - Friday & Saturday)
Ferry Tickets must be purchased from the Ticket Counter at Penang Island Jetty.
* Guests with
RM10.00 nett per Adult / RM5.00 nett per Child Return Trip
*Package included of ferry transport (return) and sandwich and coke or *outdoor activity
activity A: Abseiling & Wall Climbing
2) Outdoor activity B: Flying Fox & Suspension Bridge
3) Outdoor activity C: Mountain Bike Rental
Archery (3 arrows) with a chance to win a one night stay in a Standard room for 2 (BULLS EYE). If all 3 in Bulls eye they get 2D/1N Rejuvenation Packages.
Saturday Night BBQ Dinner
Adult @ RM52 nett
Child @ RM26 nett (4-12 years old)
* price inclusive of return ferry
* subject to weather condition
Pulau Jerejak - Pulau Jerejak or 'Jerejak Island' has a rather colourful and dubious past. In the early 19th century, the British used it as a health quarantine centre immigrants heading to the main island. A hospital for tuberculosis patients was later built on the island. Later, a prison colony was established called the Jerejak Rehabilitation Centre. It's also known as the Alcatraz of Malaysia because of its remoteness and inaccessibility. Nevertheless, several inmates actually managed to escape. Nowadays, the island is a favourite amongst nature lover with its rich flora and fauna. It's also a great place for birdwatching. On a good day, you can catch a glimpse of exotic species such as the White Bellied Sea Eagle.