Ferries to Malaysia -
Ferries from Indonesia

Travel by ferries to Malaysia vacations could be easy and fascinating.  There are several ferries from Indonesia run daily / weekly.Tawau Harbour in Sabah is the arrival point for several ferries from East Kalimantan, Indonesia.  Most ferries will come from Belawan, Dumai, Pekanbaru, Bengkalis, Batam, Tanjung Pinang and Tanjung Balai in Indonesia. 

Ferry connecting Batam Center and Stulang Laut, Malaysia - Creative Commons License
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Tawau Harbour:  Tourists plan travel by ferries from East Kalimantan, Indonesia they may take ferry to Tawau Harbour in Sabah either via South Sebatik, Tarakan, or Nunukan. Tawau Harbour are also used as a transit point to many neighbouring islands, such as to Sipadan, Mabul, Kapalai, Mataking and many other islands.

Penang Islands:  Ferry from Belawan, the port for Medan to Penang had stop operating.  For further information you can check at Langkawi Ferry Service.

Port Dickson Jetty:  There are daily ferries run to and from Dumai in Indonesia to Port Dickson. All ferries arrive and depart from Port Dickson jetty. Port Dickson situated about 32 km from Seremban and 90 km from Kuala Lumpur.  It is located in the state of Negeri Sembilan in Peninlsular of Malaysia.  If you take a car to travel to Port Dickson by the North-South Expressway, it may only just an hour to reach there. Port Dickson is a popular beach holiday destination in Malaysia. 

Malacca Terminal:  There are daily ferries run to and from Bengkalis, Dumai and Pekanbaru in Sumatra, Indonesia to Malacca. All ferries arrive and depart from the Harbour Master's jetty, Jeti Shahbandar at Taman Melaka Raya near the Maritime Museum.

 Stulangg Laut International Ferry Terminal, Johor Bahru, Johor:   There are daily ferries run to and from Dumai, Batam, Tanjung Pinang and Bintan in Indonesia. All ferries arrive and depart from the Stulang Laut International Ferry Terminal, Johor Bahru.  It is duty free Zone complex. For more information, please call the Johor Bahru Duty Free Zone at +607-2218000.

Kukup:  There are daily ferries run to and from Tanjung Balai in Karimun Island, Indonesia.  All ferries arrive and depart from Kukup Ferry Terminal.  Kukup is a small fishing village in the district of Pontian, Johor.  It situated about 40 km southwest of Johor Bahru on the Strait of Malacca in Malaysia.  It is famous for its open-air seafood restaurants built on stilts over the water. Kukup attract tourists from Singapore that regularly travel to Tanjung Balai. 

Tanjung Belungkur, Johor:  There are daily ferriesto Malaysia run to and from Batam and Tanjung Pinang. All ferries arrive and depart from Tanjung Belungkur Terminal.   On 16th May 2002, StarCruise (M) Sdn. Bhd, the biggest cruise ship company in Asia, took over the service from Tg. Belungkor to Changi Terminal and made Tanjung Belungkur Terminal the homeport for its cruise ships such as Megastar Aries and Megastar Taurus.

Rawa Island, Johor - Picture by Tourism Office, Kuala Lumpur

Tanjung Pengeleh Ferry Terminal in Johor:  There are daily ferries run to and from Tanjung Pinang and Batam, Indonesia.  All ferries arrive and depart from Tanjung Pengeleh Ferry Terminal. 

Muar Jetty:  There are daily ferries to Malaysia run to and from Dumai, Indonesia. All ferries arrive and depart from the Muar Jetty, Johor.  Ferry services to  Dumai is also available on regular basis, departing from the Custom Jetty.   Besides the state capital Johor Bahru, Muar Jetty is the only district in Johor that has its own Custom and Excise Duty Department office and checkpoint at its own jetty.

Batu Pahat Minyak Beku Ferry Terminal:  There are daily ferries to Malaysia run to and from Selat Panjang, Indonesia.  All ferries arrive and depart from the Batu Pahat Minyak Beku Ferry Terminal, Johor. Ferry Service at Batu Pahat Minyak Beku Ferry Terminal operates a round-the-clock service between the Peninsular Malaysia and the Indonesia. It runs every day of the year across the Strait of Malacca.

Port Klang:  There are daily ferries to Malaysia run to and from Dumai and Tanjung Balai Asahan, Indonesia.  All ferries arrive and depart from the Port Klang Terminal, near Kuala Lumpur.  Port Klang is served by an international cruise terminal and a dedicated regional passenger ferry terminal. In addition, a public passenger jetty is also available to cater for commuters between the mainland and Pulau Ketam, a popular tourist destination.

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