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We had an awesome picnic day here. Snorkeling at the beach, seen so many fish. And it was full of fun for my 6 years old son and his teenage brothers and sister. We took 2 island package, Sapi and Manukan from Counter No 10...More
It is less verdant than Manukan Island, but has a larger beach area. Swimming area is bigger, water clearer, and cooler. There are some big rocks by the shoreline but the seabed itself is easier to navigate.
Fish abound and swim with you. Almost no...More
If you have been to the Philippines, it is difficult to appreciate the beauty of Sapi Island. The water is not as clear and the sand is not as fine as the ones found in El Nido or Boracay. Nonetheless, this beach has its own...More
Well worth a visit, great snorkeling, areas clearly marked and plenty of fish and coral to see. Food and drink is basic but not at escalated prices. I would have given it full marks had it not been for the amount of rubbish (plastic mainly)...More
Stopped here whilst on day diving trips with Scuba Junkie. It's a pretty island with a nice beach, but there are unfortunately way too many people around. Probably would be much better without the crowds. Can be easily combined with a visit to nearby Gaya...More
Sea is nice and safe for a good swim. Swimming areas clearly marked and lifeguards are very nice. Bonus was getting to see the Asian monitors fighting. A little disappointed with the levels of rubbish especially as you have to pay a "conservation tax" on...More
We were a bit worried that the island will be full of crowd on a Saturday morning, it was but the visit was still worthwhile. The locals did a good job to keep the beach clean including the water. There are still lots of fishes...More
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For camper, the park imposes a small Camping Fee of RM5 (≈US$1.50) for adult and RM2 (≈US$0.60) for child (below 18). Please be informed that you need to pay additional RM50 (≈US$15) to boat operator for next-day pickup... More
For camper, the park imposes a small Camping Fee of RM5 (≈US$1.50) for adult and RM2 (≈US$0.60) for child (below 18). Please be informed that you need to pay additional RM50 (≈US$15) to boat operator for next-day pickup. Camping tent (fit 4 people) is available for rent at RM30/day (≈US$9/day) on the island. The island shops close at 4pm, so you better take out your belonging from locker or buy your last-minute supply such as food before they close. You may also call the respective Island Tour management at Jesselton Point Ferry Terminal for further info on latest price. Their boat service can start as early as 7:30am in weekends, but the boat only moves after it’s full with passengers (about 10 to 12 people). If you go in big group, you can negotiate for discount. Their fares are the cheapest so most people use their boat service to visit islands off KK.