Mabul Island first became popular due to its close proximity to Sipadan Island, however, in the last few years it has gained its own recognition as one of the best muck-diving sites in the world. Surrounded by white sandy beaches and some 200-hectare of coral reef, Mabul is arguably one of the richest single destinations for exotic small marine life such as cuttlefish, blue-ringed octopus, mimic octopus and bobtail squids.

Aside from the numerous types of cephalopods that could be found here, many types of gobies, frogfish, moray eels, and with almost the whole scorpion fish family. It would be easier to list the species not found at Mabul, then checking them off one by one on the list of marine life to see here!

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