Scuba Diving in Malaysia > Dive Sites > Jarak island
Pulau Jarak is located 32 km southwest of Pulau Pangkor off the town of Lumut in Perak. This tiny island rises 50m above sea level and is covered with lush green vegetation and on top of it is a lighthouse. There are no accommodations on the island and as such is lesser known to many but has been a favorite destination to local anglers due to obvious reasons. It is rich with marine life and famous for its pelagic fishers such as barracuda, jacks and king sailfish. In fact it is a common sight to see the king sailfish doing their acrobatic dance on the surface on most evenings.
Hard corals dominate the seascape with several large boulders carpeted with sponges. Parrotfish, humphead wrasse, king size lion fish, turtles and giant moral eel are among the many fishers that can be seen here. Scuba Diving Directory
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