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Rawa Island - Malaysia

DID YOU KNOW?

  • Rawa Island is a coral island in the Mersing District of Johor, Malaysia.
  • It is popular with voyagers from Malaysia and Singapore, who come to make the most of its moderately pristine white sand shorelines, snorkeling and scuba diving.
  • Rawa is the neighborhood term for white pigeons, which are rich in the island.
  • Rawa is a moderately little island. There are no legitimate streets, just a couple walkways. One side of the island is a shoreline secured with white sand, while the other side has a rough vertical cliff. The water is clear.
  • There are numerous ocean and land animals, for example, angles, squids, jellyfish, octopuses, Malayan sea eagles and reptiles.
  • Additionally, Blacktip reef sharks can be discovered nourishing in the ocean off rawa. Rawa's waters are home to a plenitude of corals.
  • Rawa is also unique because it offers a chance to enjoy shallow dives (6 to 7 metres) just off the beach which are more interesting and beautiful than some boat dives that I have done.
  • our staghorn table coral 10 metres off the beach has also grown to humongous proportions and the range of fish – from babies to midsize to adults – and feeding styles – grazers (parrot fish, rabbitfish, butterflyfish) to top predators (sharks, eels, trevally, barracuda, Spanish mackerel) – indicate the health of our reefs. 

 

DID YOU KNOW THE POPULAR DIVE SITES?

 

Rawa House Reef

The Rawa House reef, a couple meters from the resort shoreline on Pulau Rawa is a bed of coral home to an assortment of life including stingrays and turtle. The dive focus is prepared to take you deeper on the off chance that you need to investigate more at the adjacent dive locales and the encompassing islands.

   

Rawa Island Dive Site

Rawa jump site can be found off the northern tip of Pulau Rawa in Johor Marine park. The site goes to around 24 meteres and has an awesome scope of coral

 

WHAT SHOULD YOU EXPECT FROM RAWA?

 

Although the resort is open all year round, it is advisable not to travel during the monsoon season between November and early January. If waves are too high, the boat operators will not transfer guests to the island.

 

November – January: Monsoon Season

February – October: Peak Season

Live Coral Count: >50%

Depth: 5 - 28m

Visibility: 10 - 20m

Currents: Occasional

Temperature: 28-32 ℃

 

PLACES WHERE YOU CAN SPEND THE NIGHTS.

 

To view options on where to stay in Rawa Island, CLICK HERE.

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