Sited just off the coast of Kota Kinabalu, Sabah, Tunku Abdul Rahman Marine Park which comprises 5 islands; Pulau Gayana, Pulau Manukan, Pulau Sapi, Pulau Sulug and Pulau Mamutik, was gazetted in 1974 as Sabah's second national park under the guardianship of Sabah Park. Though diving at the marine park is possible all year round, the best visibility is enjoyed between March and October before the annual plankton boom occurs. But should you find yourself visiting during the annual plankton season, you will not be disappointed, as the krill bloom attracts whale sharks, a most extraordinary sight. Besides snorkeling and diving, visitors may also try out sea walking or opt for a delightful sunset cruise. Windsurfing and para sailing are conducted just outside of the park's boundaries.
Imagine you are in deserted island, all to your self. You are so close to nature as never before. It will surely blow you away as you are there. Definitely a must-visit place!If you need further information on this topic, please leave on the comment. I will search and revert back in the same comment column.