From the surface it appears to be the same ocean you’d see anywhere else, but below, a vibrant ecosystem bursting into life thrives completely unbeknownst to you.
Pulau Dayang, one of the largest islands in the Seribuat Archipelago, is a diver’s and snorkeler’s paradise. With multiple dive sites around the island including several wrecks, each site has something different to offer. Sea turtles, parrot fish, eels and rays are just some of the aquatic life that can be found. But all of that pales in comparison to the mighty whale shark, which can be sighted at the Rayner’s Rock dive site. For sport fishing aficionados, this is the place where you can catch a prize black marlin. If you’re interested in becoming a diver, the island’s resort has their own instructors who will help you obtain your diving license. Pulau Dayang is 65 kilometres of the coast of the mainland and the duration of the boat ride ranges 90 minutes to four and a half hours, depending on the type of boat.
|ADDRESS/LOCATION||Pulau Aur Malaysia, 86800 Mersing Kechil, Johor, Malaysia|
|CONTACT NO||+65 6536 6532|
|GPS COORDINATE||Latitude : 2.475416 Longitude : 104.503037|
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