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I'm taking a group of friends to Tioman end of February 2012. Most of us are regulars and we tend to buy our tickets on-the-fly at the ferry counter. But that's been a bit of a hit-and-miss affair the past few times, i.e. the jetty was packed with holiday-makers.

In fact, the ferry was full and we needed to wait. Luckily there was another ferry that day. I think this tends to happen during school and national holidays. Whatever the reason, we'd rather not take the risk again.

We're going to book our ferry tickets in advance now. I came upon www.tiomanferry.com They offer tickets online. It looks like they just opened for business, but they appear decent enough.

Anyone tried them?

Cheers.

  • Gå til Hannah Mikhails profil

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    O really ? but thank god tioman is now offering online tickets! I along with my family too went to tioman in last spring and celebrated my son’s first birthday and enjoyed lyke hell ! All thanks to party bubbles event planner for makng his day splendid
    www.facebook.com/partybubblesevents
    012 387 1707

  • Mohd Zaid Kadir

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    aha...that was a good idea if u want learn a basic malay language because malay language is in catogery easy language for study.......yes , we export food to singapore by middleman 'chinese' from malaysia...frankly , i dont ve any resource to export direct to lion land.....
    zack

  • bryan norman

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    Thanks Zack. That site is a hobby of mine. Bit quiet now, because not so many new people coming to Singapore.

    I wish I could understand Malay, then I'd read your blog :)

    You export a lot of your makan to Singapore?

    Bry

  • Mohd Zaid Kadir

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    hi bryan..i,m visit your blog..your blog is very good and more info abt how the expats living in new country..keep goin...bro

  • Mohd Zaid Kadir

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    Yeah..that a good way...cheers bro..:)

  • bryan norman

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    Thanks Mr, Zaid, we booked online and it worked great.

    Cheers!

    NBB

  • Mohd Zaid Kadir

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    There are too many un authorised agent selling the tickets esp in a holiday..i,m stayed at Mersing at 15 years and already know the issue abt ferry tickets...the safe way is booking online direct from authorised agent..or u can check it at malaysian tourist department.....google it...

  • bryan norman

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    Sure, go ahead. What do you want to ask?

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