The second biggest island in Tunku Abdul Rahman Marine Park would be Pulau Manukan island is just close to Kota Kinabalu and off to Sabah's northwest coast. This formed like a boomerang and the island is 21 hectares and dense with tropical forest having nature trails for simpler exploration. 

There are numerous beaches and even though a number of them are somewhat rocky, there is amazing diving, swimming and snorkeling in South China Sea. Having only a single resort, this island is a fantastic getaway from the hustle and bustle of the city. 

There are 20 diverse dive sites located in Tunku Abdul Rahman Marine Park. The reefs remain in shallow waters with slight current creating it a preferable place for novice divers; else the diverse and at times atypical marine creatures also create it an extraordinary dive place for experienced divers as well as underwater photographers. 

The fine stretches of beaches is located on southern shorelines. The most excellent beach is located on eastern end of the island. During school holidays in Malaysia, expect this place to be crowded. This is perfect for fish feeding, swimming, diving and snorkeling. 

The basic tourists facilities that are tendered on the beach are as follows: water based activity centre where you can rent life packages, snorkeling gears, kayaks and others. 

There are some cafes, three restaurants, water sports, souvenir shops, camping, hiking trails, Exhibition Hall by the Sabah Parks, dive centres, washrooms with showers and The Sabah Parks Marine Headquarters. 

This shade-fringed island tenders contemporary chalet accommodation, swimming pool and restaurants. A white sandy beach as well as fringing coral reefs swarming with marine life gestures the nature lovers to simply unwind, dive, snorkel and swim. 

Pulau Manukan beach is not that much spectacular in contrast to Pulau Sapi, but individuals arrive to Pulau Manukan for snorkeling and diving. Its inadequacies above water facade is compensated by the vivid and well-off marine life beneath it. 

Manukan tenders clear waters as well as gorgeous coral reefs. Formed similar to a dolphin, this island is 1 ½ km in size. Endowed with an extensive stretch of white sandy beach, this island is promising you long hours of fun, sand and sea experience. Guests can opt to remain in any of the chalets offered. The entire chalets overlook South China Sea and tenders a great sunset view.
Opening Hours Open Daily : 8.30am - 5pm.
Admission Fees Entrance fee :

Malaysian : RM3 per pax
Non-Malaysian : RM10 per pax

Children (below 18 years of age)
Malaysian : RM1 per pax
Non-Malaysian : RM6 per pax

*Each entrance fee is valid for 5 islands per day.
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Tun Fuad Stephens Road
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