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Malaysia scuba diving - pulau lang tengah dive sites of Malaysia.

Pulau Lang Tengah is located in between Pulau Perhentian and Pulau Redang on the East Coast of Peninsula Malaysia. Translated from Bahasa Malaysia, Pulau Lang Tengah literally means "an eagle resting on the middle island" which sort of explains its location. This away from it all island has a number of beautiful resorts and is fast gaining popularity as a diver's haven.

Favorite Dives:scuba diving lang tengah island malaysia
Batu Kuching

This site got its name from a squarish boulder perched on top of other boulders that resemble a cat. The boulder terrain plunges down to about 20 meters where sea whips are dominant. Good place to see glass sweepers, wrasses, butterfly fish and snappers.

Terembu Kuning
This site is a rocky outcrop sloping down to the seabed at about 20 meters. Hard corals dominated the seascape providing refuge for groupers, barramundi cods and nurse sharks. Pelagics such as batfish, jacks and fusiliers swims about in the blue water.

Tanjung Nibong Laut
Angular shape rock bottoms out at about 25 meters. Located on the tip of the island, this site is usually swept by currents that attract pelagic such as barracudas, jacks and if you are lucky the whale shark. At the coral garden, reef fishes such as butterfly fish, wrasses, rabbit fish and turtles can be observ

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