Book your bus tickets here
Click here to book your private van
Home      Contact Us   -    Ferry to Tioman   -   Bus to Tioman   -   Car to Tioman

Kite surfing Malaysia

Kitesurfing Malaysia - get here, get high, get stoked!

Kitesurfing

Tip: Looking for a hotel on Tioman? Agoda offers the lowest room rates found.

Are you a kitesurfer based in Singapore or Malaysia and you're wondering where to have a regular blast? Maybe you're thinking of going on periodic kitesurfing safaris to Vietnam or Thailand? Well, before you book your tickets, consider this: there's no need to travel that far. If it's consistently windy conditions you're after, friendly 10-15 knots of wind, then head up to Malaysia. Time it right and you could well be in for a honk-fest!

In fact, during the months of November/December to February/March, Malaysia gets hammered by winds of up to 20 knots or more. This wind is part of the yearly monsoon event, dense North-east monsoon winds barreling down the South China Sea, before colliding with Malaysia. Throw the wind-swept 2 meter Malaysia swell into the mix and you've got yourself a happening mix that's ideal for endless fast and furious kitesurfing action.

Other excellent kitesurfing locations during the monsoon are Tioman, Kuantan, Balok, Jason Bay and Cerating. These places come with plenty of pretty hefty swell, so you'll be able to hone your wave riding too.

After the monsoon, the so-called intermonsoon months, March to April, winds tend to be light and variable. This is the time to check your gear thoroughly or get the latest board or kite so you're ready for the coming season.

The season that's up next, is the Southwest monsoon, a time when winds around Malaysia are a decent 10-15 knots, more than enough to get your kitesurfing fix. Productive spots to have a go at are at the Southwestern tip of Malaysia, just off Kampong Genting, where the SW wind broadsides that exposed part of the island obliquely to create a semi-Venturi effect of up to 20 knots.

The other consistently windy area is at Kampong Juara, at the East coast of Malaysia. This bay is blessed with a pretty regular sea breeze. It isn't as strong as the wind at Genting, but it's enough for a solid day's kitesurfing and it's cross-onshore, so easy to launch and easy come back in, even if you're becalmed.

Kitesurfing courses

Do you want to learn how to kitesurf? Whether you're 15 or 55, simply head to Malaysia for a weekend of kitesurfing classes with an IKO-certified kitesurfing instructor. Kitesurfing is one of the fastest growing sports world-wide. And small wonder, given the relatively easy learning-curve, the awesome air-time and the high-octane record-breaking speeds that kitesurfers routinely attain.

Our officially IKO-certified kitesurfing instructors are not only experts at passing on their kitesurfing skills, but they never lose sight of their number one priority: your safety.

The kitesurfing course is broken down into separate modules so you can complete each one individually till you've done them all. Alternatively, you can just take a few clinics by the hour to polish your skill. Should weather conditions change to unfavorable, you can always come back and pick up where you left off.

Malaysia offers various kitesurfing lesson packages, as well as kitesurfing gear rental, so fill in the form below if you're interested in feeling the rush of kitesurfing.

Your name: m f: 
Address: 
Postal code: 
Location: 
Country: 
Email: 
Mobile number: 
Departure date: 
Return date: 
Your remarks: 
Are you a robot?: 
 

 
Last-minutes available. No booking fee.


Kitesurfing Malaysia - Up up and away!
Kitesurfing Malaysia - Up up and away!

Kitesurfer getting stoked
Kitesurfer getting stoked

Kitesurfing Malaysia - Need for speed
Kitesurfing Malaysia - Need for speed

Getting the basics down before heading for the water
Getting the basics down before
heading for the water

Safety first, Fun Second
Kitesurfing classes - Safety first

Next step, launching the kite and keeping control
Next step, launching the kite with a buddy

The ultimate high: getting some serious air
The ultimate high: getting some serious air