Located on the northern side of Tulai Island lagoon (Coral Island) in the Tioman Islands Marine Park, this is an exhilarating reef and drift dive site called Teluk Kador. A shallow bay with depths of just 24m, it is great for all levels of divers and has excellent viz ranging from 10m to 30m which also makes it ideal for underwater photography.
Explore rock boulders, plateaus, slopes, scattered rock formations and overhangs all covered in beautifully lush and healthy multi-coloured corals. As you slowly drift over pretty sea fans and brilliantly coloured gorgonians, you will discover a stunning array of macro and micro marine life who make their home here such as nudibranchs, turtles, wrasse, titan triggerfish, yellow snappers, scorpionfish and yellowtail fusiliers to name a few.
As you swim over the plateau and further down to about 18m, you will see a small overhang where, if you look closely, you can see stonefish, coral lobsters and moray eels nestling underneath. Well known in the area as a great dive site, because of its versatility, mild currents and ease for multi-level divers, you can encounter some large pelagic fish here too, like the blue spotted sting ray, nurse sharks and barracudas. The best times to dive here are between April and September.