Terumbu Kili (South Point)
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.
Watch out for the strong waves and currents within the channel splitting up this overhang from Pulau Pinang. Because of the strong waves and currents, South Point is the most suitable left to more expert divers. Individuals who dive right in could possibly be compensated with seeing of spontaneous snappers, blacktip sharks, jellyfish, yellowtail, fusiliers, and schools of barracudas. A coral garden of whips and fans, soft coral, and leather corals live on a few ledges around the slope façade. Hawksbill turtle are typically stumbled upon on this site as well.
Level: Advanced diver and beyond
Depth: 5 meters to 20 meters
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)