These islands' superb shores and dazzling blue waters are not only the reasons why marine aficionados and divers continue to visit them every year. Plunge into Tioman, Anambas, and Riau's surreal submerged alcoves—they're fascinating.
Anambas Islands, Indonesia is a social affair of Islands discovered Northeast of Bintan, in the South China Sea. This region used to be a base for oil mining, but now has turned into an eminent zone with astounding waterfront spots, consummately clear water and impeccable coral reefs. Diving in Anambas will reliably guarantee you dazzling sea life: nudibranchs, barracudas, moray eels, turtles and even whale sharks.
Until you experience its rich marine life, a liveaboard trek to Tioman will not be complete. Tioman offers a sight to a gigantic assortment of marine species: cuttlefish, diverse tints of moray eels, reef sharks, jokester angle, blue spot stingrays, school of barracudas, and turtles. Ocean slugs are likewise plenteous in this site.
The coral reefs in Riau are absolutely faultless and perfect, in addition to reef angle are likewise copious here. The waters of Riau is the resting place for lovely wrecks, as Bugis dinghies, Dutch East Indies ships, or WW2 transport vessels. Riau Islands is a perfect site for macro life fans,and wreck divers.