Considered the best dive site on Mabul Island, this dive site gets its name from the many lobsters that inhabit the reef wall. It is a fantastic dive that also houses many other species found in the Sipadan and Mabul area.
The dive site depth is from 25 metres to around 40 metres and the visibility is usually very good, getting as high as 30 metres. The wall is covered in large gorgonian fans and other soft corals. The nooks, crannies, and crevices of the wall are the real treat for divers as exploring them will reveal many hiding lobsters. This is often dived as a night dive so that divers can see the unique sight of the lobsters emerging from their hideouts and swimming through the night oceans. Many other crustaceans and marine life also come out at night and divers can spot many creatures not seen during the day.
The wall is home to many different marine species, including most of the common Sipadan and Mabul area marine life such as butterfly fish, moray eels, batfish, blennies, parrotfish, stonefish, and gobies. Out to the blue sea away from the wall, white tip reef sharks are seen commonly surveying the area. Manta rays are also commonly seen swimming in the bright blue.