Pandanan Island - Scuba Diving Borneo Semporna Sabah Malaysia.
Pandanan island used to be home to a small lodge for several years
and it‘s reefs are in excellent condition. While turtles can be seen in
numbers other frequent sights include blue ribbon eels, moray eels,
barracudas, lobster, large coral trout and snappers. Knowing where to look
is the mean of finding the rare mandarin fish that are common here,
especially in the late afternoon. Off the steep slopes eagle rays are
sighted often while dolphin, marlin and sailfish are sometimes seen just
meters away from the boat. At the southern end of the island a shallow reef
that connects to the nearby Island of Timba- Timba is great to look for rare
marine life that includes large cuttlefish, frog fish, crab, sea snakes and
sometimes nurse sharks hiding under table coral. It takes approximately
50min to reach Pandanan Island from Semporna.
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Scuba diving and snorkeling trips around Semporna
group of islands.