Pulau Mataking Reef Dive Resort

Address: TB212, Jalan Bunga Fajar Complex 91000 Tawau, Sabah Malaysia, Pulau Sipadan, Sabah, 91000, Malaysia | 4 star resort
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This 4 star resort is located on TB212, Jalan Bunga Fajar Complex 91000 Tawau, Sabah Malaysia, Pulau Sipadan.
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    Travel Blogs from Pulau Sipadan

    Turtle time!!

    A travel blog entry by robandnicola on Sep 21, 2014

    36 photos

    ... trying to lay her eggs. They use their rear flippers to excavate an egg chamber to lay their eggs in. She had already laid 30 before we arrived but the ranger had already collected them. The mother turtles are unaware that the eggs are collected by the rangers as she is in a "trance" and only really startled by lights. We waited about 5 minutes but unfortunately the turtle got spooked and because she had been disturbed didn't lay her full litter of ...

    World class diving with Scuba Junkie

    A travel blog entry by danandrach on Sep 04, 2013

    55 photos

    ... there is not much else I can really say that I haven't said already. The coral was pristine and alive with colour and the fish life was just astonishing. There was a funny moment when Dan was taking a photo of me with a turtle when I noticed a banded sea snake swimming right up behind Dan. I pointed to it and as Dan turned around it swan right under his arm and stayed pretty close by for a while. That was a unique experience to say the least!

    That was Sipadan in ...

    Another magical experience

    A travel blog entry by chrismcg on Sep 12, 2012

    25 photos

    ... four escaped from Ranau in July 1945. The great majority of POWs had been captured at the surrender of Singapore in 1942. The were taken to Sandakan to provide a labour force to build a military airstrip for the Japanese. Included in the memorial, are tributes to several local people who assisted the POWs during their enforced stay in Sandakan, and fed and hid those POWs who escaped until the end of the war. Many locals were executed for their ...

    Wildlife on the Kinabatangan

    A travel blog entry by llcooldays on Feb 10, 2011

    52 photos

    ... we arrived, we hardly had enough time to get settled into our dorm (which we were lucky enough to have all to ourselves) before it was time to hop into the boat. The guides seemed pretty excited as though they had something great in store for us. Within minutes of being on the river, we see two pygmy Borneo elephants. The miniature elephants were right on the riverbank eating their favorite food – elephant grass – and completely oblivious to ...

    Uncle Tan's, Sabah

    A travel blog entry by erylnorris on Nov 02, 2010

    46 photos

    ... by now, we were worried enough to warrant checking the tyres for good measure when we got off on a rest-stop. But it must have just been the suspension - not too surprising with all the lumps and bumps along the only well-used road in the North of the country.
    Arriving in one piece in the dead of night, this time we stayed in a hostel with paper thin walls and an avid piano player who lived on site, before catching a flight out to our next stop - the city of ...