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  • Sipadan is the main maritime island in Malaysia, rising 2,000 ft from the seabed.
  • It is situated in the Celebes Sea off the east bank of Sabah, Malaysia.
  • It was developed by living corals growing on top of a wiped out volcanic cone that took millennia to create.
  • Green and hawksbill turtles which mate and home there, gigantic schools of barracuda in tornado-like developments and also substantial schools of enormous eye trevally and bumphead parrotfish.
  • Pelagic species, for example, manta beams, bird beams, scalloped hammerhead sharks and whale sharks likewise visit Sipadan.
  • A turtle tomb lies underneath the segment of the island, shaped by a submerged limestone hollow with a maze of passages and chambers that contain numerous skeletal stays of turtles that get lost and suffocate before reaching the surface. READ MORE



  • Pulau Tenggolor Tenggol Island is an island 29km away from Kuala Dungun, Terengganu.
  • It is the last island in a collection of islands that includePulau Nyireh and Pulau Tokong Burong. It is connected by ferry to Dungun on the mainland.
  • The underwater boulders at Pulau Tenggol are covered with stony, soft and encrusting corals. Nurse Sharks, reef sharks, large tuna, groupers and Eagle Rays are common.
  • Other than that, Pulau Nyireh is particularly rich with large shoals of Bumphead Parrotfish, barracudas, tuna, jacks and snappers.
  • Moreover, there is an old 20m wreck lying at 7m one kilometer away from Kuala Dungun. READ MORE



  • ThePerhentian Islands lie approximately 19 km off the northeastern coast of West Malaysia in the state of Terengganu. In direct English translation, “Perhentian” means stopping point.
  • The Perhentian Islands is home to a significant greenand hawksbill sea turtle nesting population. Fish life include the Bumphead and other parrotfish, angelfish, butterflyfish, rabbitfish, different types of pufferfish, lionfish, surgeonfish, cardinalfish, lizardfish, hawkfish, shoals of sweetlips, snappers, shrimpfish and fusiliers. READ MORE



  • Redang Island, locally known as Pulau Redang or just "Redang" is one of the biggest islands off the east bank of Peninsular Malaysia.
  • Malaysia that is well known for its completely clear waters, white sandy shorelines and the marine fauna with various reefs can found on Pulau Redang which is situated in Terengganu.
  • Amid a dive, you can see schools of jacks, fusiliers and trevallies, Black tip reef sharks, Humphead parrotfish and cuttlefish turtles. There are even sightings of manta rays and whale sharks. The Redang Islands is also home to greenand hawksbill sea turtle. READ MORE



  • Tioman Island also known as Pulau Tioman in the Malay language is a small island in the Rompin district of Pahang, Malaysia. It is located 32km off the east coast of the state and has 8 main villages, Kampung Tekek being the most attractive destination.
  • The sea creatures on the other hand include Humphead Wrasse, shoaling fishes, various species of butterflyfish and angelfish including the rare Bluering Angelfish.
  • Other than these types of fauna, it is a popular site for coral reefs and volcanic boulders that provides a habitat to a variety of species which include reef fish and Soft Tree Corals. READ MORE



  • Layang-Layang, known as "Swallows Reef" is man-made and was built for the Malaysian Navy and later created for the main dive resort, Layang-Layang Island Resort.
  • Schools of scalloped hammerhead sharks, grey reef sharks, panther sharks and the rare threshers and silvertip sharks would all be able to be seen.
  • Stingrays are additional normal guests including manta rays, pygmy devil rays, marbled rays and bird rays. READ MORE



  • Lang Tengah gets its name, "the Eagle in the Middle" from its location between the Perhentian Islandsand Redang Island.
  • There is good deep sea diving here dropping down to 30 meters with big shoals of snappers, fusiliers and rabbitfish, a thermocline often drops the visibility which can be up to 30 meters.
  • Bamboo sharks, turtles and shovel nosed rays have been sighted around the island. READ MORE



  • The nine islands include Pulau Agas, Pulau Payong, Pulau Nipis, Pulau Rumbia, Pulau Lalang, Pulau Saga, Pulau Buluh, Black Rock and White Rock.
  • It is possible to see mimic octopus, juvenile bamboo sharks, tiger-tail seahorses, nudibranchs, juvenile yellow boxfish, juvenile blue ringed angelfish, butterfly fish, long finned bannerfish, blue ringed angelfish, groupers, tuna and trevallys.
  • Reefs include large and small nudibranchs, staghorn coral, big nudibranchs, tube coral, whip coral, yellow-tinged Acropora coral, barrel sponges and vibrant soft corals. READ MORE



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