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Perhentian Island Diving

What to Do at Perhentian Island

Perhentian Island is situated about 21km off the coast of Terengganu and comprises two islands — Perhentian Besar Island and Perhentian Kecil Island. It is accessible from Kuala Besut Jetty, a one-and-half-hour drive north of Kuala Terengganu.

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The islands of Perhentian Island offers spectacular dive sites. Sightings of dolphins and whale sharks, the largest fish in the world, are quite common in these waters. These harmless creatures of the sea are usually found close to the equator where they enjoy basking in the warm waters and surprisingly take little or no notice of divers.

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Quiver Dive Team S-36202

    

  • Location: approx: 3.9km / 2.4mi from Perhentian Island
  • Address: Long Beach, Perhentian, 22000, Terengganu
  • Tel: (60) 12-2138885

Universal Diver S-36339

    

  • Location: approx: 3.2km / 2mi from Perhentian Island
  • Address: Perhentian Island Besar, Kuala Besut, 22300, Terengganu
  • Tel: (60) 17-9128297
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