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Pulau Sibu, Malaysia
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Cheapest month:November
Most expensive month:August
Average price in Pulau Sibu:₱5,662/night
Absolute cheapest price found:₱3,023/night
Cheapest day:Friday
Most expensive day:Thursday
₱4,921 - ₱6,397
Average price per night / 3-star hotel. Prices are not fixed and may vary with time.
₱3,023 - ₱9,080
Average price per night / 3-star hotel. Prices are not fixed and may vary with time.

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About Pulau Sibu

Sibu Island is comprised of four interconnected islands, and is surrounded by a protected marine park with colourful corals and unique marine life. You’ll also find an array of water sports, beach-based activities and sumptuous dining around Sibu Island.

Things to do

If you’re looking for a beach break on Sibu Island, tick off one of the four main beaches, all of which are backed by luxurious resorts. These palm tree-lined havens offer pure coastal indulgence with soft golden sand, calm waters and ample space for sunbathing. When it’s time for a snack or meal, head to one of the resorts for gourmet seafood, Western cuisine and Malay fare at the on-site restaurants.

You’ll want to get out on the water, so why not sign up for one of the many water sports? You can ride the adrenalin-pumping banana boat, explore the coastline on a jet ski tour or jump behind a speedboat for water skiing. Those who prefer to stay on dry land can get their exercise with a game of beach volleyball or football.

Scuba divers and snorkelers routinely flock to Sibu Island for its vibrant underwater worlds teeming with coral and marine animals. The resorts offer comprehensive scuba diving training courses and provide tours to many hard-to-reach dive spots. Get ready for a magical world of clownfish, stingrays, groupers, nudibranchs and parrot fish.

For a glimpse into the local culture, venture down to the southern end of Sibu Island and explore the small village of Kampong Duku. Here you can see locals fishing and selling handicrafts and food, and rent a kayak from stall holders.

Getting around

Sibu Island is reached by ferry from Mersing and Tanjung Leman, with many of the resorts offering transportation services from as far as Singapore. The best ways to get around the island are on foot or by using a boat.

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