Hey guys.. here I am.. went for another dive at perhentian over my raya holidays, 4 days and 3 nights.. Stayed at bubbles dive centre, which is my favourite dive resorts, and where I got certified for both my open water and advanced open water certification.
Saw many interesting things, took some awesome photographs and videos.. and here they are..
First thing first.. the journey.. took the Gua Musang way to Kuala Besut (Jetty for Perhentian Island).
AND the return journey.. took the same route to and fro.. its amazing how the road looks MUCH better in day time, especially the taman negara stretch.. I really loved the view.
Tolls paid: (Same for To and Fro..)
RM5.00 (Karak Highway)
RM1.60 (Karak Highway)
Total journey is 464km, but according to my gps, it took me 8hrs 18minutes to reach there, at an average speed of 56km/h.. not bad.. as the traffic is heavy and returning is slightly further, 469km but took me 9hrs 42minutes to reach home, at an average speed of 48km/h.. This time, the traffic is really bad at taman negara stretch, and slow moving until karak highway.. from there is smooth..
OK, enough about the drive.. how is the dive itself? like people always say, a picture says a thousand words.. and here, is my thousand words. of my recent dive trip, to Pulau Perhentian.
First, I will share the most popular fish, known especially by children as nemo.. the clown fish.
Next, some breath taking photographs of the yellow stripe ‘something’ fish, and barracudas..
Next, unarguably the most unpopular starfish, the crown of thorns.. I find it beautiful, but it eats corals..
Crown of Thorns
Next, saw some nudis, PIPE FISH and miniature crabs (its name is ‘something’ lobster.. forgot the exact name)
Next, we have the very cute puffer fish and porcupine fish..
Little Green Turtles..
Here’s a video of the green turtle hatchling swim back to the sea..
Overall, the experience is incredible.
Special thanks to Ng Wan Hoe, for designing and making the bracket for my G11.. much easier to take photographs with the bracket.