Pulau Manukan

Pulau Manukan, Sabah
Pulau Manukan This 51 acres boomerang shaped island is the second largest of the Tunku Abdul Rahman Park, Manukan has good stretches of beaches on the southern coastline. The best stretch is on the eastern tip of the island. There is a trail system around the island. Ideal for snorkelling, diving and swimming. 20 unit chalets, a clubhouse, restaurant, souvenirs and diving c...
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Tiga Park Islands / Pulau Tiga Park

PulauTiga, Sabah
The Pulau Tiga Park comprises three islands -  Tiga Island, Kalampunian Besar Island and Kalampunian Damit Island situated in the Kimanis Bay, off the west coast of Sabah. Gazetted as a National Park in 1987, it covers approximately 15,257 hectares of sea and underwater habitat including the three islands. Lush forests serve as a soothing green backdrop for white sandy beaches ...
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Sipadan Island (Pulau Sipadan)

Sipadan Water Village Resort
Sipadan, located 30 km off Semporna on the East Coast of Sabah is rated as the world's top dive sites. For the true diving enthusiast, the island needs no introduction. Praised by the internationally renowned oceanographer and filmmaker Jacques Cousteau as one of the best diving spots in the world, it is unique as the only oceanic island in Malaysia. Its geographic position put...
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Layang-Layang Island

Layang - Layang Island
Layang-Layang Atoll Layang-Layang or "Swallow Reefs" is an oceanic atoll, which lies about 300km north of Labuan near the famous Spratly group of islands. It is a world class diving and fishing paradise. Some rate it as a "Big fish and wall diving Mecca of Southeast Asia". Its coral walls plunge and staggering 2000 metres down to the floor of the South China Sea. Its wa...
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Pulau Singa Besar

Pulau Singa Besar, Langkawi Island
Pulau Singa Besar:Area: 636 ha, 6.5km long from north to south and 2.5km from east to west. It consists mainly of steep hilly land covered by tropical forest. 75% of the land with gradient of 20° or more. 3 primary watersheds. The Sg. Botol and Sg. Pantai flowing down to the east of the island and the Sg. Sepai to the northen coast. The top soil (kekura series), is thin lay...
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Pulau Payar Marine Park

Pulau Payar Marine Park, Langkawi
The Pulau Payar Marine Park is situated in the northern part of the Straits of Melaka, 19 nautical miles south of Langkawi and encompasses the islands of Pulau Payar, Pulau Lembu, Pulau Segantang and Pulau Kaca which are surrounded by coral reefs. The marine park teems with a fascinating diversity of marine life and vegetation. Many endangered species of fishes and marine or...
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Tenggol Island (Pulau Tenggol)

Tenggol Island, Terengganu
Pulau Tenggol is another beautiful diving getaway and lies just 45 minutes off Kuala Dungun in the south of Terengganu. It is small - just 3km long and 2km wide. However, this doesn't prevent it from being a paradise for many people, especially diving enthusiasts. The interior of the island is filled with steep, rocky cliffs. This rocky terrain extends from the interi...
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Redang Island (Pulau Redang)

Redang Island, Terengganu
Pulau Redang is a small island group in the South Chinese Sea, on the east side of Peninsular Malaysia. Redang lies within protected marine waters, also known as Terengganu Marine Park. It lies about 45 kilometers from the coast of the city of Kuala Terengganu. Next to the main island Redang are many other smaller surrounding islands. The island is surrounded by crystal cle...
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Perhentian Island (Pulau Perhentian)

Perhentian Islands is located in the South China Sea 25 km from the coast of Kuala Besut. It consists of two islands, Pulau Perhentian Besar and Pulau Perhentian Kecil. Both islands are surrounded by beautiful palm-fringed sandy beaches and crystal-clear turquoise-blue sea. A trip to this lush and exotic tropical island is a must for all nature lovers and those who enjoy scuba ...
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Teluk Nipah

Teluk Nipah, Pangkor Island
Teluk Nipah Further down the road, is the increasingly popular Teluk Nipah. Accommodation here caters much to the middle to lower-ranged budgets and can be a little dissapointing to those who have something of a romantic notion of island getaway in mind. Chalets, restaurants and motels line the streets and even the small alleyways and during the peak seasons, it's jam-packed w...
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