Tunku Abdul Rahman Park is a famous marine-type national park in Malaysia. It consists of five islands, namely Gaya Island, Sabi Island, Mamudi Island, Manukan Island and Solo Island. These islands have beautiful sandy beaches and crystal clear waters. The sea is home to a large number of corals and marine life. The jungle is rich in plants and many rare wild animals. You can choose to island hop, taking a stroll through the woods, diving in the water, or choose an just one island to enjoy the blue sky and a leisurely holiday.
1.The necessary things to bring along are swimming costumes, floaters, hats, sunglasses, sunscreen lotion, towels, seasick medication and so on.2.It is advisable to bring along your own water and food when visiting Tunku Abdul Rahman Park as there are not many restaurants on the island.3.Pulau Manukan and Pulau Gaya are pretty big islands and it is recommended that you stay a night there.
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Tongku Abdul Rahman Park is an island of Gaya Island, Sabi Island, Mamoudi Island, Manukan Island and Solo Island A marine-type national park composed.
Which island do you choose in the 5 islands?
[The difference between islands]:
1 Manukan Island: This back-dart-shaped, fifty-one-acre island is the second largest island in the Tunku Abdul Rahman Island Park. The island is home to a holiday home, a club, a restaurant, a souvenir shop, a diving equipment center and a variety of recreational facilities.
The most elegant Sabi Island, can you try to penetrate the sea without having to wet your hair? Then sign up for a seabed stroll adventure.
From the shallow to the deep oblique into the bay of the shimmering beach, creating a perfect base for swimming and snorkeling. The coral reefs that surround the entire island are also well preserved. There are two pro-friendly resorts on the island.
4 Ma Moody Island
Only 15 acres, Mamudi Island is the smallest of the islands of Tunku Abdul Rahman Island Park. The island has a three-bedroom, hotel-style accommodation with a dressing room, a washroom, a picnic pavilion and a barbecue pit. The island, surrounded by countless coral reefs and richly diverse dive sites, is the most popular scuba divers.
Solo Island is the most remote and undeveloped island in the island park, and it is a paradise tailored for those seeking tranquility and peace. The rocky and ridiculous feelings along the coast are characteristic of this small island.
#Manukan Island+Sabi Island+Mamudi Island#
Special highlights: rich water activities, seafood BBQ, net red water toys
Recommended gameplay: Manukan Island + Sabi Island + Mamudi Island Day Tour
Manukan Island, Sabi Island, Ma Mudi Island Three islands are ideal for day trips, three islands The gathering is relatively close, and the trip is relatively smooth.
Manukan Island is one of the five islands in the Tongku Abdul Rahman National Park. There are a lot of water activities. The quiet friends can lie on the beach and enjoy the sunshine and watch the beautiful fish in the water. Children who like to be busy can try projects such as the bottom of the sea and the sea bike.
Sabi Island is the most beautiful and well-equipped island of the five islands in the Tunku Abdul Rahman National Park. It is not very large, but it feels very comfortable. The island has both the original culture unique to the original people and many modern and diverse facilities. The seafood bbq on Shabi Island is very good.
Tunku Abdul Rahman Park Marine Park, the entire park is located in the west of Kota Kinabalu, and it takes 15-20 minutes by boat. The park consists of five islands, Gaya Island, Sabi Island, Mamoudi Island, Manukan Island and Solo Island. If you want to play, you will choose Shabi Island, Mamudi Island, Manukan Island. Three islands. Due to the large number of private hotels, Gaya Island generally does not accept FITs, and Sulu Island is currently closed forbidden to board the island. If you can, it is usually a group tour in Kota Kinabalu for a day trip, and the island tour is about 2 hours on each island.
Each island can choose some interesting water projects, such as we chose parachute and zipline, and if you have a drum, you can choose two-day tour, on Gaya Island and Manukan Island. Staying on a slightly larger island for one night, although the price of accommodation on the island is relatively expensive. The sea is crystal clear and the beach is as soft as it is. The most important thing is that Manaugan Island has the most beautiful living coral reefs among the five islands in addition to a variety of marine entertainment projects and comprehensive facilities. And a large number of colorful tropical fish, very suitable for parent-child play, water and tide. Living here is undoubtedly leisurely.
The sapphire waters of Sabah, Malaysia, the fascinating sea sunset, the fresh seafood of fresh teeth, the Chinese language with Southeast Asian accent, the unforgettable orange ice and the coconut pudding are all reasons to attract people to New Year!
Snorkeling in the Tunku Abdul Rahman Marine Park Manukan Island and Mamudi Island, transformed into a fish into the sapphire-like sea.
Whether it's a parachute, a sea walk or a motorboat or a banana boat, you can be surrounded by warm sunshine and revel in the enchanting seascape.
Min Hua Emily
When it comes to diving in Malaysia, everyone will think of Sipadan, of course, Sipadan is also located in Sabah! But Sipadan diving is not cheap, it is not cost-effective for friends who want to upgrade their bottles to DM or test coaches! The outlying island of Kota Kinabalu in the west is not the same as the Tunku Abdul Rahman Marine Park. Although there are not many large cargoes on the seabed, but the price is cheap, there are also many good dive sites, which are very suitable for brush bottle upgrade! Of course, there are still a lot of rubbish on the seabed here. I followed the guide and smashed the rubbish all the way. It was really a little sad! This day, the three submersible equipment is about three hundred, really conscience!