What you will do
Rays, seahorses, lobsters, nudibranchs, barracudas, octopus, moray eel, snappers and scorpionfish can all be seen swimming amongst the corals and anemones.
White & blacktip reef sharks, hammerheads, zebra sharks and bamboo sharks can all be seen swimming in these waters
Hawksbill sea turtles, green sea turtles, and the rare leatherback turtles live in these waters
Shark Point is one of the best diving spots of Malaysia where you can admire the majestic blacktip reef shark
Experience the thrill of swimming right next to fascinating giant turtles
Some famous ship wrecks, such as Sugar Wreck and other WW2 ships, rest in the seabed of these waters
These waters are known for its high population of angler fish, an alien-like fish with incredible camouflage skills
Temperatures, what to visit,
flora and fauna, how to get there,
culture and cuisine, safety
Agata from Catania, May 4, 2016
Sapevo dell’esistenza di queste isole, ma conoscevo poco altro.
I knew these islands existed by that’s it. I didn’t know I would discover paradise! My husband and I spent an unforgettable week: sun, sea, nice people and great food. The dives were great and well organized. I’m very happy I went
Paesaggi da cartolina
Ezio from Crotone, April 9, 2017
These islands are so beautiful it feels like you’re in a movie or something, with beautiful nature and crystal-clear waters. The dives were incredible, and the locals were super friendly. Highly recommended!
Paradise on earth
Oliviero from Milano, October 8, 2018
The nature on this island is just incredible, so different from what we are used to. No stress and a lot of time to get back in touch with yourself. The dives make you feel like you’re part of something beautiful. I want to thank the diving crew and resort staff for treating us like kings.