Pulau Tiga is the largest of the three islands of the Pulau Tiga Marine National Park. It measures 1km from northeast to southwest and 5km from northwest to southeast and is located 11km northeast of Kuala Penyu. Access to Pulau Tiga is possible by boat from Kuala Penyu. Since no public service exists, the only way to visit Pulau Tiga is via an organised tour. Pulau Tiga is of volcanic origin and is covered with dense vegetation (tropical rainforest). At its centre are some mud volcanoes, where people can take a bath in mud pools. The sea water around Tiga island is not very clean, especially on the southern side where all resorts are located. The southern beach on Pulau Tiga is relatively unimpressive (very narrow and not so clean). The Pulau Tiga resorts doesn't make a much better impression either, despite the not so low room prices.
01 On the boat 02 Pulau Tiga
03 Pulau Tiga 04 Pulau Tiga
05 Southern coast 06 Speedboat to Pulau Tiga
07 Pier and southern beach
08 Southern beach and resort 09 Beach 10 Dirty sea water
11 Trail and toilets 12 Forest trail 13 Trail to mud volcano 14 Mushrooms
15 Sabah parks base camp 16 Beach area 17 Pulau Tiga beach
18 Southern beach 19 Southern beach 20 Southern beach
21 Pulau Tiga resort
22 Bungalow of Pulau Tiga resort 23 Pulau Tiga resort 24 Red and white wood statue
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