After a bargain at the Jeston Wharf, you can buy a ticket to the island, and then you need to set the return time. We have two small bargaining after 80 Ma, for your reference. Pay Island tax after going to the island. Keep all the bills. Bring your own lunch to eat, you can save a little. There are several cafeterias on the island, but they are on the high side. There are shark nets on the beach. Playing on the beach, you can attract a group of brightly colored fish with bread. The toilets and bathing facilities on the island are of the simplicity level. There are monkeys and lizards. You can also participate in self-paid marine projects on the island, which will inform you of the time of departure. All in all, it's a really cost-effective amusement island.
This time, I stayed at 63 hotels in Sabah, and walked very close to the pier, about 15 minutes, but there was no sidewalk. It was not very easy to walk. There are many companies on this side of the dock that sell jump island tours. They pick one at random and bargain for about $25 a person on a Sabi Island. What's more inconvenient for freelancers is that no one tells you what to do next and you have to ask yourself. In fact, you have to wait until the people from the company you bought come to call you on board. It feels easy to miss. Shabi Island is very close to the wharf, about 20 minutes before the spaceship arrives. On the way, there will be a group of passengers on Kaya Island. Then they will go to Shabi Island. The water on the island is still clear, the sand on the shore is fine, and there will not be many coral reefs. Although there are many people, the beach is not too dirty. Free fresh water showers are available on the island. Oh, by the way, I was told to pay a maintenance fee after I went to the island, which was not included in the previous prepaid fee.
Sabi Island is a small scenic spot on the island where you can go to the wharf to buy a ship ticket. Most people play on the beach as the main natural scenery. But Malaysians are also very poor in environmental protection. They throw litter, cigarette butts, bottles and water. There are many fish flocks in the water. They are very beautiful.
Shabi Island is one of the islands in the East Gu Aduraman Park. It's close to the wharf. It's about 20 minutes by speedboat. We took part in the island jumping tour at the wharf. We went to an island for $140 for five people, including the rental fee of snorkeling tools. After going to the island, we were charged $40 for maintenance, which is said to be collected on the island. It has nothing to do with the tourist companies on the shore. After buying the tickets, we waited at the dock for more than half an hour before the boat delivered us. We found that it was also very important to choose the tourism company. We just chose the wrong one and waited so long. One of the biggest boats passed by almost continuously. The ship went first to the next group of people on Kaya Island and then to Sabi Island. There are free dressing rooms and desalinated water showers on Sabi Island. The sand on Shabi Island is relatively fine. Whether fish can be seen near the shore depends on luck. Sometimes, it can be seen without diving into the water. But most of the time, it is necessary to swim outside close to the buoy to see more fish. Standing in the water, the fish will bite your feet. By the way, there's also a long-nosed monkey jumping up and down on the top of the tree on this Sabi Island. It is a good place for parents and children. It will come again in the future.
Here snorkeling, entertainment, scenery is complete, is the best place to save money and travel. There are enough fish on the shore. The parachute is really exciting and safe. There are also entertainment items such as deep-sea walks, which will be accompanied by CD-ROMs. You can choose two islands to play together, one-day trips, there are more people here. It's also near the city.
The float is connected, and the diving coach is carefully teaching his students. In the shade, a couple is sculpting in a hidden corner. On the beach, eye-catching signs remind visitors that people who can't understand English can see the pictures. Various vessels come and go in this area. The captured lizard is actually wild. It is said that the big lizard has not come out yet.