Captain’s Point is also known for its local name Tanjong Batu Ronchek. It is better than Batu Ronchek in a way that it is much wilder and more savage. It is a site favored by pelagic and other huge fishes.
Trace the rock awash at the tilt of the outcrop (the rock is triangular when seen from east towards the west), and chase the steep rock slope down, and you may perhaps be rewarded with huge fishes such as tunas, skipjacks and giant barracudas.
The dive here can be very challenging when tides are high and currents are strong.
With its crystal blue waters and white sandy beaches, Pulau Dayang is popular for breathtaking coral gardens and abundant marine life. Scuba diving in Pulau Dayang will be an experience you will never forget.
Check before you go
- Passport expiry date (most countries require at least six months prior to the expiry date)
- Visa requirements
- Travel Insurance (make sure coverage for Scuba Diving is included)
- Medical status (Visit your doctor if you are unsure)