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6 miles from Tanjong Lehman

PULAU SIBU TENGAH. 2°10.928N, 104°05.818E

Pulau Sibu Tengah is two miles south with a small marina basin and deserted resort ashore. The abandoned resort has a fully enclosed rock wall on the southeast corner giving protected anchorage in 3 metres to their own ferry vessels and a service jetty. At the time of writing visiting yachts are still welcome to anchor inside.

One mile south is the white sand islet of Pulau Kukus with its all-tide beach and excellent snorkelling. Anchor outside the swim line in 4-6 metres at 2°10.816N, 104°.06.475E.

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