Taman Tun Abdul Razak
Tunku Abdul Rahman Marine Park consists of five islands, namely Pulau Gaya, Manukan, Sapi, Sulug and Mamutik. Due to the proximity of these islands which are closer and a short boat ride from Kota Kinabalu make it a preferred destination for tourists who only visit daily to enjoy the activities available on the island’s marine park. However, there are also a number of resorts and chalet to stay, so tourists can stay for a few days there.
It depends on your plan on that day,
let’s say that say that you want to some snorkelling. You need to have a snorkel mask and fins. But if you come there just to enjoy the view you probably need to rent beach mat from Jesselton Point. You won’t face any trouble to find the place to rent those things from the shop nearby.
Don’t worry about the life jacket as you can ask from the agent where you get your ticket.
Below are the rental price for each equipment.
Prepare a budget for some activities then you may be interested in carrying when traveling on the islands.
Activities Banana Boat, Flyfish, parasailing and jet ski are on all islands. Whereas, Diving & Sea Walking only in Sapi Island and Scuba Doo just in Pulau Manukan
Time to go on a day there is only available 3 times that is 12 noon, 2 pm and 4 pm on the last boat. Can contact them, see the table above. When buying a ticket, then just 6:15 am.
Another activity that can be attempted is Coral Flyer – Island to Island Zipline between Pulau Gaya and Sapi. RM64 ticket which can be purchased at the information booth or Padang Sapi Island Point in Pulau Gaya. Refer to the following website for more information: coralflyer.com
Conservation fees: RM3 per person