Tanjung Cina Terjun
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” considering the fact that divers are essentially bound to stumble upon lionfish and eels on this site.
The site’s sandy bottom edging the reef houses a large number of stingrays, whereas stonefish and scorpionfish are lying camouflaged alongside corals. Porcupine fish and lionfish shelter amongst a garden of sea whips, whereas schools of huge pufferfish swims in the area. Tiny cat sharks, leopard sharks and bamboo sharks can be seen having a good sleep down below rocks.
This dive site presents superb night and day dives at depths roughly 18 meters in relatively calm waters, that makes it well suited for newbie divers. Glow your torch towards a crevice or ole during the night time and chances are you will see an eel.
Average Depth: 18 meters
Visibility: Good (10m to 30m)
Getting There: By boat
Check before you go
- Passport expiry date (most countries require at least six months prior to the expiry date)
- Visa requirements
- Travel Insurance (make sure coverage for Scuba Diving is included)
- Medical status (Visit your doctor if you are unsure)