Tanjung Leman Jetty


The Tanjung Leman Jetty is the jetty used for visitors who want to go to the southern islands off the east coast of Johor. The islands that are accessed using this jetty are Pulau Sibu Besar, Pulau Sibu Tengah, Pulau Tinggi, Pulau Apil, Pulau Kukusand Pulau Sibu Hujung. The jetty is about 117 km away from the city of Johor Bahru and an estimate of time needed to get here is about 1 hour and 30 minutes. If you are coming from Mersing town, the distance is about 65 km and you should be able to arrive in less than 1 hour.

The Mersing Jetty which is about 65 km north of Tanjung Leman is used by visitors who want to go to the northern islands off the east coast of Johor such as Pulau Pemanggil, Pulau Rawa, Pulau Dayang, Pulau Aur and Pulau Besar. Pulau Tioman, the popular marine island which is under the State of Pahang is also accessed using Mersing Jetty.


Tanjung Leman Parking Bays




Ample car parking bays available near the jetty. Make sure you lock your car and do not leave any valuables in it.




Tanjung Leman Speedboat




The typical speedboat or similar ones that will take you to the islands.




If you have never being to Tg. Leman, it is always a good idea to find out how to go there as some GPS may lead you to the wrong location. Someone had the experienced of being led to Tg. Sedili instead of Tg. Leman by a well known GPS System. If you have a GPS, key in the following GPS coordinates to get here.

GPS Coordinates: N 02° 09.114' E 104° 00.322'

If you are coming from Kuala Lumpur, there are 2 ways to come here. Let's call it The Kulai and The Kluang Way. The Kulai Way may be longer but the time taken could be shorter than Kluang Way as the Kulai Way road is wider and not as congested compared to the Kluang Way.



Kulai Way

This is a longer way but the drive is more pleasant with better road conditions.

  • Take the North-South Expressway and go south all the way until the Kulai Interchange.
  • Exit this interchange and go towards the direction of Kota Tinggi and Mersing using ROUTE 94.
  • You will then reach a T-junction, turn left into ROUTE 3 that takes you to the north towards Kota Tinggi and Mersing.
  • You will pass by the edge of Kota Tinggi town. Go straight towards the direction of Mersing at the traffic light that leads to Kota Tinggi town if you turn left and Desaru if you turn right.
  • After 35 to 45 minutes drive, look out for the signage to Tanjung Leman/Sibu Island and follow it.
  • You will be led to turn to Tenggaroh oil palm plantation. If you go straight, there is a BHP petrol station further up the road if you need to re-fill your fuel.
  • Slow down at a police check-point on the road to Tenggaroh.
  • Drive for about 20 to 30 minutes and following the signage to Tanjung Leman Jetty.
  • You will reach the entrance to the jetty car park. Take the ticket and pay on the day you leave.


Kluang Way

This way is shorter but the road is small and winding.

  • Take the North-South Expressway and go south all the way until the Kluang Interchange.
  • Head south towards Kota Tinggi and Johor Bahru.
  • From here, look out for the signage to Tanjung Leman/Sibu Island and follow it.
  • You will be led to turn to Tenggaroh oil palm plantation.
  • There is a BHP petrol station just before the turning if you need to re-fill your fuel.
  • Slow down at a police check-point on the road to Tenggaroh.
  • Drive for about 20 to 30 minutes and following the signage to Tanjung Leman Jetty.
  • You will reach the entrance to the jetty car park. Take the ticket and pay on the day you leave.


Tanjung Leman BeachThe beach in the vicinity of the jetty.



Tanjung Leman Parking RatesThe parking bays at Tanjung Leman Jetty is managed by Metro Parking.


Parking Rates

Car/Van

RM4.00/day for the first day or part of it.
RM4.00/day for the second day or part of it.
RM8.00/day for the subsequent days or part of it.

Bus/Lorry/Boat Carrier

RM8.00/day for the first day or part of it.
RM8.00/day for the second day or part of it.
RM16.00/day for the subsequent days or part of it.

Motorcycle

RM2.00/day for the first day or part of it.
RM2.00/day for the second day or part of it.
RM4.00/day for the subsequent days or part of it.










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