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PERAK - NORTHERN REGION OF PENINSULAR MALAYSIA
LUMUT : Pulau Sembilan Island
 
 

Situated 10 nautical miles south of Pulau Pangkor is Pulau Sembilan. A cluster of nine small islands, the Sembilan Group includes Pulau Agas, Pulau Payong, Pulau Nipis, Pulau Rumbia, Pulau Lalang, Pulau Saga, Pulau Buluh, Black Rock and White Rock Secluded and uninhabited, the islands are usually popular with campers on weekends and public holidays, especially between the months of November and March. The nicest island in the group is Pulau Lalang, which has a fresh water stream and a beach for camping.

 

The most popular snorkeling and dive spots are around the channel between Pulau Rumbia and Pulau Lalang. The area is about 15 metres deep and has a sandy bottom with scattered coral heads. The hard coral growth supports a number of fish, predominantly groupers, snappers and barracudas.

 
 

 

The channel between Pulau Buluh and Pulau Saga is another site for diving. It is strewn with big boulders, and at depths of 10 metres and below are green tree coral. The area is also known as grouper country to spear fishermen. The eastern side of Pulau Buluh has small rocks, hard corals and coral fish. White Rock is also a good spot for diving. Being in the open sea, jacks and barracudas are commonly seen, and in the crevices of the coral and rocky substrate may be found many large groupers and snappers.

 
 
GETTING THERE
 

The islands in the Sembilan Group may be reached by fishing trawler from nearby Pulau Pangkor Laut. However, it is advisable to make arrangements earlier.

 
 
 
 
LUMUT : Pulau Sembilan Island
PERAK - NORTHERN REGION OF PENINSULAR MALAYSIA