Ferry

Ferry To Malaysia
Ferries connect various points in Peninsular Malaysia with Sumatra in Indonesia and southern Thailand, Sarawak with Brunei, and Sabah with East Kalimantan in Indonesia and Mindanao in the Philippines. Luxury cruises also run from Singapore and sometimes Phuket (Thailand) to Malaysia.

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Brunei – ferries daily between the Muara Ferry Terminal in Brunei and Labuan Island and Lawas in Sarawak. Speedboats, mostly in the morning, also run between Bandar Seri Begawan jetty and Limbang, Sarawak.

Brunei – Sarawak (Malaysia)

  • Brunei (Muara Ferry Terminal) – Labuan Island
  • Brunei (Muara Ferry Terminal) – Lawas
  • Brunei (Bandar Seri Begawan) – Limbang

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Sumatra (Indonesia) – Peninsula Malaysia

  • Batam – Johor Bahru
  • Belawan (near Medan) – Penang
  • Bengkalis – Malacca
  • Bengkalis – Muar
  • Dumai – Malacca
  • Dumai – Muar
  • Dumai – Port Klang
  • Dumai -Port dickson
  • Tanjung Balai Asahan – Port Klang
  • Selat Panjang – Batu Pahat
  • Tanjung Balai Karimun – Kukup
  • Tanjung Pinang, Bintan – Johor Bahru
  • Belawan – lumut

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East Kalimantan (Indonesia) – Sabah (Borneo Island)

  • Nunukan – Tawau
  • Tarakan – Tawau

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Singapore – Peninsular Malaysia

  • Changi Point – Tanjung Belungkor
  • Changi Point – Pengerang
  • Tanah Merah – Sebana Cover Resort

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Thailand – four ferries daily (reduced to three during Ramadan) between Tammalang at Satun and Kuah on Langkawi, Malaysia. Vehicle ferries operate between Ban Taba near Tak Bai in Narathiwat province and Pengkalan Kubur in Kelantan, Malaysia, while passenger boats run between Ban Buketa in Narathiwat province and Bukit Bunga in Kelantan.

Thailand – Peninsular Malaysia

  • Pengkalan Kubur – Tak Bai
  • Langkawi – Satun
  • Langkawi – Koh Lipe
  • Port Klang – Phuket
  • Satun (Langkawi)

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Philippines – ferries run between the Zamboanga Peninsula and Sandakan, Sabah.