Scuba Diving At Sipadan

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Scuba Diving At Sipadan - these are several photos of underwater beauty at Sipadan island, Semporna. This is why they call Sipadan as heaven on earth for scuba divers. Photos by Ah Man, a local dive guide at Semporna.

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Life At Pom Pom

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Life At Pom Pom - photos shared by Krisztina Filep during her time as volunteer for Tropical Research And Conservation Centre or TRACC for short at Pom Pom island, Semporna, Malaysia.

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Having Fun At Kapalai

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Having Fun At Kapalai - this is how it looks like spending holiday at Kapalai and Mabul island, Semporna. Yup.. this is Kapalai and Mabul. Not Maldives. Photo by wanderlust.sabah . Click or tap on the photo for larger view.


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Poor But Happy

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Poor But Happy - life of Sea Bajau or Bajau Palauh people at Tatagan island, Semporna. Kids play happily on the boat and on the sea!

They are poor, no nationalities, in fact very poor without any basic necessities - but they live free without boundary. Photo by evans0707.

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Try To Make A Living

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Try To Make A Living - a Bajau Palauh women trying to find raw seafood near the beach of Mabul island, Semporna, originally by terencelimtl.

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Heading Home

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Palauh Girl And Her Grandfather - time to head back home after finish catching fish.

This is a photo of young Palauh (also called Sea Gypsy, sea Bajau or Bajau Laut in Malay) girl with her grandfather on the boat on their way to place they live.

Most Sea Gypsy make a living by catching fish and other seafood and then selling it to public at the market or to the resort nearby. Sea, boat and fish is their life. They not do anything else.

You will see scene like this if you stay at resort near Mabul island or at Kapalai resort. Photo by terencelimtl

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