About The Location
Tioman Island is an island in Rompin District, Pahang, Malaysia. It is located 32 kilometres off the east coast of Malaysia and is some 200 kilometres from Singapore. The densely forested island is sparsely inhabited, and is surrounded by numerous coral reefs, making it a popular scuba diving spot. In the 1970s, TIME Magazine selected Tioman as one of the world's most beautiful islands.
About The Dive Sites
Pulau Tulai is a small island off the coast of Tioman, more popularly known as 'Coral Island'. A favourite snorkelling spot, the sea waters around the island are rich with coral reefs and marine life while some famous dive sites can be found within its vicinity, such as Chebeh. Many hotels and speedboat operators on Pulau Tioman offer day tour packages to Coral Island, landing at Pasir Panjang (its central beach area) but also anchoring around Genting Bay and Batu Malang Rocks for deep water snorkelling.
About Juara Rompin Resort
Located off the eastern bay of Tioman Island. Currently, Juara Express has boat services that travel directly from Tanjung Gemok Pier to Juara Kampung Pier on the island.
Being one of the natural habitats of dolphins, the eastern bay along the South China Sea has a good reputation for sighting dolphins. Apart from this, due to the good topography and climate, corals and marine fishes are breeding abundantly across the stretch of waters. Hence, this island is also beautifully known as Coral Island.
The blend of Dolphin Bay and Coral Island has blessed the Juara Rompin Resort with breath-taking natural beauty. Juara Rompin Resort, a traditional Malay Kampung Style Resort, is becoming tourists’ favourite diving and snorkelling spot!