Pulau Dayang is closed to visitors during the monsoon season,
which typically spans from November to February.
During this period, the island experiences strong winds and rough seas,
leading to the suspension of ferry services.
The island is accessible and open for visits between March to end of October.
This time frame is particularly favorable for tourists interested in diving,
as the waters offer excellent visibility, making it ideal for exploring the vibrant coral reefs.
The temperature of the water is also moderate during these months,
providing comfortable conditions for activities like scuba diving and snorkeling.
However, it’s essential to be aware of the presence of jellyfish in the waters.
While these sea creatures can be fascinating to observe,
getting stung by one can be painful.
Therefore, visitors are advised to take precautions and be mindful of jellyfish while engaging in water activities.
To make the most of your visit to Pulau Dayang,
plan your trip between March and October to enjoy the clear waters, diverse marine life,
and a memorable underwater experience.