Malaysia’s Sailfish Paradise
Kuala Rompin is well known internationally as the hottest sail fishery on the planet. There is no other destination that offers as much opportunities to hook up to Sailfish whether on conventional tackle or fly gear, making this destination a must visit for when you want to catch your first sailfish! Cobia, Spanish Mackerel and Large Queenfish are welcome by-catch when the sailies aren’t in a feeding mood. A freshwater reprieve after chasing sailies provides you with opportunities to hook up to a notorious freshwater monster called the Giant Snakehead. Aggressive, angry and always hungry, these snakeheads will surely provide anglers with heart-stopping strikes.
Fish with Confidence
Fish with confidence and comfort aboard professionally built 34 foot walkaround pangas powered by twin screw engines crewed by an expert team of guides and skippers. The boats are highly maneuverable and can position anglers for the best possible shots at feeding sails whether you’re casting flies or big poppers.
Lanjut Beach and Golf Resort
The Lanjut is a gem of a resort hidden within the lush and remote tropical rainforest of Endau Rompin National Park, which is approximately 130 million years old. Suited for anglers, couples, families and big corporate groups, the Lanjut offers amazing fishing opportunities as well as activities and cuisine to keep even the non-anglers in the group happy and relaxed. Enjoy the 3.5 kilometer stretch of beach after a day’s fishing or lounge at the pool while enjoying your drink of choice. For the keen golfer, enjoy Lanjut’s 18 hole course set along the beach of Kuala Rompin.
So Much More to See and Do
Apart from the awesome Malaysia fishing you’ll take part in, you will also be able to check out Singapore’s Marina Bay Sands, do some shopping at Orchard road and Changi International, check out the Hawker centers for amazing Southeast Asian cuisine and engage with the multicultural population. Enjoy the nightscapes that Singapore provides while dining in one of the multiple internationally acclaimed restaurants as the country’s fine dining scene has emerged as one of the world’s most exciting. Don’t forget to check out Singapore’s tackle stores too as they have rare stuff that you won’t find at your local tackle shops at home!