Pulau Salu

Pulau Salu’s coast consists of many coral formations and is a very good dive spot to dive at. This site also has plentiful of marine life, including sharks, barracudas, and if you are really lucky, you may find yourself swimming with a group of dolphins.

Currents here can be quite strong, thus you must be very experienced or have a person who is experienced to dive with you in this area.

Lazarus Island

Lazarus Island is currently linked with St John’s Island via a causeway. Together with Pulau Seringat, the total land area is approximately 47 ha. This island offer a quiet respite from the big city with laid-back ambience, sandy beaches and inviting waters. Swimming, snorkelling and scuba diving are recommended. The water currents are quite strong and are recommended only for experienced divers.

It is rumored that there is a 100 seat fiberglass wreck off the coast of Lazarus.

Pulau Hantu

Pulau Hantu is located to the south of the main island of Singapore Pulau Hantu is actually made up of two islets: Pulau Hantu Besar (Big Ghost Island) and Pulau Hantu Kechil (Little Ghost Island), with a total area of 12.6 hectares. At low tide, it is possible to wade across the shallow lagoon between the two islands, but not at high tide.
Diving Hantu is a thrilling experience. Although visibility can be a challenge on some days, the diversity of marine life here is startling. Dive among the sea fans, soft coral and anemone that have made this a sanctuary.

Commonly spotted during Hantu dives are the anemone fish, hermit crabs, flower crabs, barracuda, nurse sharks, seahorse, spanish dancers, sea slugs, and resident turtles. Many different species of nudibranchs can also be found here.

Kusu Island

Bask in the blue lagoons, pristine beaches and tranquil settings of Kusu Island, located just 5.6km from Singapore.

From two tiny outcrops on a reef, the island has been enlarged and transformed into an 8.5-hectare holiday resort. Pay a visit to the wishing well and Tortoise Sanctuary, or make a pilgrimage to one of the island’s many revered spots.

Kusu Island means Tortoise Island in Chinese, so called because of a legend where a magical tortoise turned itself into the island to save two shipwrecked sailors. It is also known as Peak Island or Pulau Tembakul in Malay.

Sightings of turtles and lobster are common, there is also a lot of coloured soft coral. Not so much fish life or many Nudi’s, but still a nice site to dive.

Sisters Island

A long time ago, there lived a pair of sisters, Minah and Lina, who shared a bond so strong that nothing could separate them. But one day, the notorious chief of the Orang Laut met and fell in love with Lina. Despite the sisters’ pleas, the chief tried to take her away by forcing her into a boat. Just then, the sky turned dark and a storm broke out. As Minah made a final attempt to save her sister from leaving the jetty, a large wave engulfed her. On seeing this, Lina freed herself from her captors and jumped into the sea to join Minah.

The storm subsided but nowhere could the sisters be found. Instead, two islands emerged at the point where they had drowned. Originally named Subar Laut (3.9 hectares) & Subar Darat (1.7 hectares), these two tiny islands are now known as Sisters’ Islands. It is said that each year on the very day the islands were formed, there will always be storms and rain.

The main diving attraction at Sister’s Island is Sister’s Wreck.

Approved Dive Operators

To ensure dive safety while safeguarding the reef habitat, only dive operators that meet all necessary criteria and adhere to regulations established for the Dive Trail are approved to conduct the guided dives.

Interested divers can sign up for the Dive Trails by contacting any of NParks’ approved dive operators listed below:

Company name  Website Email address
GS-Diving Pte Ltd www.gs-diving.com felix@gs-diving.com

The cost of the dive trips will be set independently by operators and may differ based on the types of packages and the services offered. Divers are encouraged to contact the approved dive operators for more information on their services and select their preferred dive operators.

NParks does not collect any fees from dive operators for conducting guided dives at Sisters’ Islands Marine Park Dive Trail.

Interested dive operators may contact NParks to obtain approval for conducting the guided dives.