Redang Dive Sites
-Redang Island, also known as Pulau Redang, offers a magnetizing effect once its clear sea water comes to view. There are lots of dive sites in the area and all of it are fabulously teeming of vibrant underwater creatures.
Check Isa is actually a sunken reef that started from 8m deep and even highlights two extensive big chunks of rock carpeted with plenty of varieties of sponges, soft corals as well as stinging hydroids dispersed all over up to the point it reaches the sandy bottom at around 20m.
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Mak Cantik literally means “Beautiful Mother” in Malay is considered to be among the best coral dive site in Asia, which has an abounding marine life of which even on a bad day could be superb one. It has been rated as a five star dive site due to its exquisiteness.
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The Pulau Kerengga is an island with a pattern of rocky protrusion. These natural landscapes have captivated a lot of tourist and visitors to see the beautiful works of nature. The Pulau Kerengga is located in the southeast of the Redang Island. You can access the island is by diveboats that would take 10 to 15 minutes rides from Pasir Panjang. This is such an amazing island for there a lot of activities that you can do. Many people are attracted to the place because of its natural beauty as well as the climate. It is one of the prides of Malaysia because it is not only that tourist would want to go for diving in the island but also the culture of the people adds to the beauty of the place.
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A study conducted in 1976 discovered Pulau Lima along with its accompanying coastal mounts as most likely the most important entity throughout the marine park of Redang for the reason that reefs across this isle manifested all environments discovered in other places in Redang, hence offering miniaturized scenery of entire marine park environment.
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Pulau Ling is a little rocky overhang that has no beach, was previously a well known dive site in Redang having 2 huge coral heads that looks like a mushroom, considered to be on the list of biggest coral formations within the eastern part of Peninsular Malaysia. Approximated to be more than 100 years old, the bigger head gauges 24.5 m as the tinier head gauges 23.2 m at their bottom circumference.
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Should there be one spot in Redang that is eligible as being a macro photographer’s wonderland, it ought to be Tanjung Cina Terjun, among the most-liked dive sites in Redang Islands. It could possibly likewise be referred to as “lionfish and eel city” as well considering the fact that divers are essentially bound to stumble upon lionfish and eels on this site.
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ithin the northeastern end of Redang Islands, Tanjung Gua Kawah has a tendency to have strong surface as well as deep-water currents and definitely is finest left to professional divers. Boulders and rocks go down to sandy bottom about 15 meters. Coral development is average however because of the currents; there can be chances to come across pelagic within the open water, together with other marine life in caverns and beneath overhangs.
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Positioned just approximately from Turtle Bay, this dive site is popular for discovering Hawksbill and Green turtles. Aside from the turtles, there are lots of different types of reef fish at this point across the sunken boulders. Currents could be stronger and most of these frequently bring the greater feeders including trevally and jacks.
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Terumbu Kili or most commonly called as South Point is a rock-strewn overhang which shows up on top of water and tilts down towards a sandy bottom at roughly 20 meters in interesting depth, can be found along the southern end of Pulau Piang in fact it is just among the many top dive destinations at Redang Islands.
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Redang is a group of island which is located 25 kilometers east of South China Sea from Terengganu. The Terengganu is located at the north eastern state of Peninsular in the country of Malaysia. The place is known for its beauty but the islands have the most beautiful coral reefs that have attracted thousands of divers.
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- Travel Insurance (make sure coverage for Scuba Diving is included)
- Medical status (Visit your doctor if you are unsure)