Absolutely devastating to see Manukan this way. Came to snorkel and explore but greeted with floating trash and sunken trash all over the place. There is a clear sign of “Please Do Not Feed the Fish” ...
Tired of the cold winter, take advantage of this New Year's Day holiday to a small island holiday ~ a island hopping trip on Mamudi Island and Manukan Island in Sabah, in addition to enjoying the beautiful seascape, exciting sea entertainment, the most comfortable But just sunbathe properly, in the land of the wind, after a 30-degree winter!
When we were young, we always loved to play with sand, love to play with water, and mix sand and water to create a castle. The children at the beach are happy and the whole beach is their playground. When you come to Sabah, jumping on the island is an indispensable part of the itinerary. On Manaugan Island, you can experience water paragliding. Shabi Island will experience the second longest zip line in Southeast Asia. If you dont care, float or dive. select……
Manukan Island is the second largest island in Tunku Abdul Rahman Park. The most beautiful coral reefs and marine life in the east and south of the island are ideal for swimming and diving. Of course, there are also free snorkeling, paid underwater walks, water parachutes, jet skis and other entertainment. The activity project can be booked in front of the island, or it can be booked at the service desk after boarding the island. It is about 200 MYR/two times. In fact, at the beginning of the boat, there is still some hair in the heart, and the pictures appearing in the mind are all down. What do people do when they fall into the sea? It turns out that this idea is superfluous. I am afraid there is no safer entertainment than a water parachute, because the whole process is completed on the deck from start to finish, and the speed of departure and end. They are very slow, so don't worry too much, just can't carry cameras, mobile phones, glasses, etc.
It takes about ten minutes from the pier to take a speedboat to Manukan Island. Due to the early departure time, there are very few people on the island. There are more beach gravel, it takes courage to go barefoot, or you need to wear double-strap slippers to get off the water. Applying sunscreen, wearing a mask and holding a breathing tube, I am eager to try snorkeling.
The first snorkeling, first tried a few mouthfuls of water in the shallow water, and gradually became familiar with it. There is plenty of light in the water and you can see the underwater world very clearly. Many fish swim through the coral groves, and the beautiful underwater scenery is intoxicating. In the water, the bottle filled with bread was opened, and some bread was squeezed out. Countless fish came to me, and the scene was so spectacular that I could not speak. . . It is highly recommended that you travel to a farther place, about 150 meters from the shore, to start seeing the true underwater scenery. Compared to Sapi Island, Manukan Island has a lot of fish, but it is beautiful, colorful, and the glittering fish, showing me a beautiful underwater world I have never seen before.
Manukan Island is one of the five islands of the Kota Kinabalu Tunku Abdul Rahman National Park and is large in size. The north side of the island is a rocky coast, the beaches on the south and east are suitable for swimming. The island is popular with tourists because of its facilities. It has hotels, restaurants, souvenir shops, diving centers and more. The island is rich in activities such as snorkeling, deep diving, parasailing, jet boating, underwater walks, sea bikes, etc., full of fun. The island is also covered with large rainforests. You can climb a mountain and look out on to the surrounding islands from the mountain top.