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Natural Feature
“Well-preserved Island with nice coral reeves and famous place for divers and snorkeling.”
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Point of Interest
“This is the centralized bus station that in Johor interconnecting nationwide & Singapore. However, please buy the ticket from counter but not from any middleman as the price may cooked up to ridiculous.”
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Food
“Always this coastal road (jalan makan),most of the muslim seafood restoran are located at here, Andil Seafood Corner, Restoran Makanan Laut etc”
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Restaurant
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Point of Interest
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Natural Feature
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Lodging
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Point of Interest
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Point of Interest
“Ex HMAS Hobart Dive Wreck On 5 November 2002 the ex HMAS Hobart was scuttled in Yankalilla Bay to form an artificial dive reef. The Hobart's final resting place lies 4 nautical miles west north west of Marina St Vincent. Of the 3 naval vessels that have been scuttled in Australia,the Hobart is currently the most intact with 90,000 square metres of the ship open to diver access including access to the engine room, missile launcher, gun turrets and both funnels. The Hobart was nicknamed the 'Green Ghost' for her reputation has quiet vessel during 3 tours of duty of Vietnam. The Hobart was the most decorated naval vessel of her era and we are proud that her final resting place is in Yankalilla”
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Point of Interest
“Whether you are a novice or an experienced diver, you will be impressed by the diversity of diving opportunities in Yankalilla Bay. A variety of shore, jetty and boat dives attract divers from all over the world. Snorkelling is popular at Second Valley, Rapid Bay and Carrickalinga. For the qualified diver, why not dive the ex HMAS Hobart, scuttled in Yankalilla Bay on 5 November 2002 to form an artificial reef, or search for the elusive Leafy Sea Dragon off Rapid Bay. ”
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Point of Interest
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Lodging
“Further down south, is Batu-Batu, a private island paradise with a boutique resort that blends the natural beauty of the island, offering guests a welcome reprieve from city life. With white sandy beaches, crystal clear waters and abundant marine life, Batu Batu is not only a haven for nature lovers but also a proverbial paradise for guests looking for the ultimate getaway. ”
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