Unveiling the Glorious Pristine Islands of Sabah Malaysia!

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Sunny shores, pristine beaches, warm breeze, refreshing salt water, don’t you just love the idea of summer? There are a lot of tropical places we sure dream about but we also have our fair share of phantasmagorical snorkeling places in Sabah!

# Tunku Abdul Rahman Park

 

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This is the first marine park in Malaysia extending from Gaya Island, Sapi Island, Mamutik Island, Manukan Island and Sulug Island! The water is very clear and blessed with corals and marine life! Here you can also try snorkeling, banana boat, and deep diving!

# Tun Sakaran Marine Park

 

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Tun Sakan is another marine park made out of eight islands! The people who lived here are known as the gypsies of the sea!

# Tiga Island

 

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The majestic Tiga Island is known for its natural volcanic mud! It was used as a US field survival program back them! Also, its virgin forest is inhabited by macaques and giant lizards!

# Mantanani Island

 

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Mantanani is one of Tun Sakaran Marine islands. It boasts a school of tropical fish, coral reefs, and magnificent blue water!

# Mengalum Island

 

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This ring-shaped island attracts a lot of couples for its scenic beauty and of course, since it is ring-shaped, why not propose in here too? Yay!

# Sapi Island & Manukan Island

 

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Both islands are situated in Tun Abdul Razak Islands. Sapi is suitable for snorkeling, while Manukan is for various water activities!

# Sipadan

 

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Sipadan Island is a shelter for many sea creatures! It is a paradise for diving but you need to get a permit issued by the local government to explore it!

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