Singapore to Singapore
Day 1: Singapore
Board your yacht and start your holiday in Singapore. Familiarize yourself with the yacht and enjoy the amazing views, as we set sail for a short overnight passage to the east coast of Malaysia to Pulau Dayang.
Day 2: Pulau Dayang to Pulau Aur
You will start your day from the eye-catching natural harbor and you will sail along the beautiful white sandy beaches between Pulau Dayang and Pulau Aur. The water clearness here is excellent. It is a good place to see underwater life including manta rays and dolphins. A short walk on Pulau Lang to the top of the lighthouse affords panoramic views of the South China Sea. Pulau Aur belongs to the Johor Marine Park. It is a rocky island and have a dense forest with isolated coconut plantations. This island have the potential to become international diving location as it has deep, clear water, healthy corals and has habitual encounters with large pelagic species.
Day 3: Pulau Aur to Pulau Pemanggil
The next morning you will depart for Pulau Pemanggil. As most inhabited islands in the Malaysian waters Pemanggil has its own share of history, mystery and spooky tales. The island is fishermen's best-kept secret. This isolated island is also well-known for the beauty and abundance of marine life within its clear bright green waters. Other attractive charms of this amazing place are the endless white sandy beaches and breathtaking snorkeling spots. Fishing and diving is brilliant here.
Day 4 & 5: Pulau Pemanggil to Pulau Tioman
At sunrise you will be delighted to find the yacht setting sail to the coral fringed Pulau Tioman. The thick forested island is sparsely occupied, and is bordered by numerous coral reefs, making it a admired scuba diving spot. There are also a lot of resorts and chalets around the island which has duty free status. There are several protected species of mammals on the island, including the binturong, long-tailed macaque, and many more. The next day you will continue exploring the crystal waters, diverse reefs, and rainforests of Tioman. For the adventurous diver there are quite a few excellent deep dives on the smaller outlying islands and underwater seamounts.
Day 6: Pulau Tioman to Pulau Sibu
Pulau Sibu, also known as Sibu Island, is a small island off Malaysia's eastern coast, facing the South China Sea. It is made up of several islands namely Sibu Besar Island, Sibu Tengah Island, Sibu Kukus Island and Sibu Hujung Island. Sibu Besar, the central island, it is approximately 6 km long and 1 km wide, and for the most part covered by tropical vegetation. On the southern end there is a small fishing village called Kampong Duku whiach is not very populated. There are various small resorts on the island, typically used as a weekend or short vacation destination from Singapore.
Day 7: Pulau Sibu to Singapore
End your trip in Singapore and in an impressive setting of skyscrapers, casinos and giant shopping malls. You will be able to wine and dine in the most excellent Asia has to offer and treat yourself in the region's premier shopping destination before flying home.
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