This very interesting dive site has a great array of corals and other marine life. It is a shallow coral reef found in the North East part of Sipadan and like all Sipadan sites, divers will not be disappointed with the different types of reef fish, pelagic fish, crustaceans, corals, and other marine life found at this site.
The dive site is relatively shallow, starting at 10 metres and going down to about 25 metres. Visibility is good and can get to around 30 metres, which is normal for the area. The dive starts as a deep wall dive that has a sheer wall that descends into the depths of the ocean. It then continues into a shallower coral reef with the whole site having little or no current. It is a relatively uncomplicated dive and so divers of all level can easily access the site.
It is a great site for underwater photographers who can capture the health and diversity of corals that are growing in the area. They can also capture the vast numbers of different species including green turtles, mantis shrimps, leopard sharks, giant wrasse, triggerfish, butterfly fish, angelfish, and unicornfish. Most of these are found in huge numbers but divers can also spot many species of the same fish on this one site.