KAPALAI is located in Sabah, Malaysia, via Semporna Pier. Kapalai is a sandbank between Sipadan and Mabul Island. Because there is no typhoon here, you can build a water house on a coral reef. This is a diving spot and a great place to spend a holiday. The air is fresh, not very hot, but Kapalai's room has been very popular, more than 50 rooms, must be booked in advance, there are three days, two nights and four days and three nights to choose the price. In Kapalai, except for sleeping, eating, then snorkeling and taking pictures, isnt the rhythm of the holiday like this? Waiting for the sunrise every morning, then going back to sleep, sitting in the beach chair in the evening and waiting for the sunset. If you are lucky, you can hear the sound of the turtle coming out of the air when you sleep at night. It is a fairy-like day.
Kapalai Island is located in Semporna, Sabah, and it is not an island, but a sandbank between Sipadan and Mabul Island. A unique water house. Kapalai is adjacent to the world-class diving site of Sipadan, so the sea is crystal clear and has many underwater corals and marine life. It is a paradise for snorkeling and deep diving enthusiasts.
Due to years of erosion, Kapalai is technically no longer an island, but rather a sandbar. All buildings on Kapalai are built on stilts that rest on an extensive underwater reef. The island’s only resort, Kapalai Resort, is a perfect destination for weddings and honeymoons. Gazing out over the ocean is like being surrounded by a giant aquarium, as crystal clear waters provide a breathtaking view all the way to the sandy bottom.