Batu Tokong Kamudi
Batu Tokong kamudi is one of the most popular dive sites in Malaysia, situated Northwest of Pulau Tenggol. This Dive site has gentle slopes, making it perfect for both wall-diving and preliminary digressions for open water divers. It is surrounded by rocky grounds filled with swim-throughs, cracks, ramparts and interesting tunnels to explore. It has a maximum depth of around 30m, absolutely suitable for divers.
It is also characterized by having steep cliffs running down 30m deep and colored with rocky seabed that is canvas to stunning coral formation. The average visibility is 10-20 meters and can access by boats. A wide variety of marine vegetation is formed at the bottom of every walls of its terrain.
You can see an enormous group of soft and hard corals covering tall boulders and lots of Christmas tree worms, feathers stars, nudibranchs and sea anemones injecting life. The most common species here are gorgonians, cuttlefish, squids, cave corals, rainbow wrasses, whale sharks, eagle rays, manta rays, parrotfish, scorpionfish, blue spotted stingrays, cuttlefish, jacks, bluefinned triggerfish, morays and hawksbill turtles.
Location: Northeast of Pulau Tenggol
Conditions: Can be strong
Visibility: 10 to 20 meters
Depth: up to 30 meters