With 65km off the east coast of Johor, Pulau Dayang is the furthest island from the mainland of east Peninsular Malaysia.
Its unique diving spot and fishing location have made the island famous among active divers and sport-fishermen.
But in general, the island is lesser-known even though it offers stunning beaches and fantastic underwater world.
With increasing accommodation and promotion packages offered, Dayang Island has the potential to become an international tourist destination in Malaysia.
In fact, Pulau Dayang and 4 other small islands make up an Aur Group, the region of Johor’s Marine Park due to incredible marine life all around the islands. Pulau Dayang is the second biggest islands in the group.