Mabul Island, Lahad Datu
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About Mabul Island, Lahad Datu
Located off the south-eastern coast of Malaysia, Mabul is a small island and a fishing village. Popular as a diving spot, this island is visited by many sea sports enthusiasts. The seabed surrounding the island is 25 to 30 meters deep. This island is also home to small and exotic marine life. With species such as cuttlefish, blue-ringed octopus, mimic octopus and bobtail squids, this island ranks high on the top stops for viewing marine life in the Indian Ocean. There are 6 all-inclusive resorts available here on this island.
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Good place for taking photos of small underwater creatures
Very simple lifestyle there. Small malay kampung. The kids there play with the things they created. Good place to relax and slow pace.
Diving and snorkeling, very good reef, with abundance of sea turtles and your share of jelly fish. Hard to find middle range accommodation. The village is nice, dirty, but nice. Locals are very friendly and you can buy some supplies.
This island and islands around Semporna are magical and beautiful. Unfortunately, there are alot of rubbishes thrown away in the sea makes them look so unpretty.
Beautiful place. Unbelievable surroundings and the most perfectly clear turquiose water you can see anywhere.