Tunku Abdul Rahman Park, Sabah, East Malaysia Part 2/3
Another side of Manukan island
Snorkeling area: the mainland and KK look beautiful from the island.
When I arrived at the island's jetty, I was surprised to see hundreds of fish in the crystalline waters.When I threw them a piece of bread, they went berserk.If you're the type who enjoys being BBQ in the sun, Manukan island will not disappoint. Go snorkeling or...
go scuba diving and earn more bragging rights for your next "teh tarik" (Malay words which loosely means tea drinking) session at the coffee shop or Starbucks.
No gear for snorkeling? Don't despair. They can be rented here at this shop which was the most welcome sight for me as cooked food and drinking water are available here. You see, since I left my room rather early, the shops in KK were still closed.
As mentioned earlier, Manukan island is just within a spitting distance of KK. No long tedious boat ride to your paradise island.