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Tuesday, 5 June 2012

Manukan Island, Sabah


Our Boat Ride

At the Manukan Island Jetty




We went to Manukan Island a day after our futsal tournament. Definitely had the intention to release our tension over the tournament and of course enjoying ourselves with the whitey sandy beach and the multiple blue colour ocean. Sound interesting right. 

If you wish to go to any of the nearby island, you can just get yourself to Jesselton Point Waterfront and get your ticket from the counter. The Jesselton Point Waterfront is open daily from 6am up until 2am; the ferry and boat terminal operates daily from 6am to 6pm. If you need more information, you may contact 088-240709 (8am - 5pm), 088-231050 (fax) or email to jesseltonpoint@bumiria.com.my .You may choose to go either to Mamutik Island, Manukan Island, Sapi Island, Sulug Island or Gayana Island. Most of the island is park under Tunku Abdul Rahman Marine Park. We choose Manukan Island as this island offer most complete facilities that we may need compare with other island. With 51 acres, Manukan was the site of an old stone quarry before WWII and the remains of the old manager's house and some old graves can still be seen. It is now the site of the Park Headquarters. Anyway, enjoy our candid or not so candid pose at Manukan Island.  


Baywatch 1
Baywatch 2
Under the Bridge
Swim with a school of fish







BFF: Marvic, Indra & CK

Something fishy

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