Pulau Sapi is one of the islands off the coast of Kota Kinabalu, Sabah. I’ve been to Pulau Manukan so this time I wanted to check out Pulau Sapi.
We were staying at Magellan Sutera Harbor so just a short stroll leads us to the marina where we can catch a boat to the island.
The trip took only 10 minutes due to the high speeds at which the boat was travelling – it costs RM 50 per person and you don’t even need to travel all the way to town…
…one of the perks of staying at Sutera Harbour. This is the view of the resort from the sea.
The boat takes you right to the jetty at Pulau Sapi – there are schools of fishes that you can literally see swimming beneath the crystal clear green waters!
Mmm…tasty! Er, I mean what a beautiful sight!
We slept in so by the time we got to Pulau Sapi, we were FAMISHED. We each ordered two portions of lunch. Heh!
Things we did:
Contemplated whether to cook this monitor lizard in BKT
Watched lovers oblivious to everyone else on the beach – including his exposed intergluteal cleft (known as butt crack in human anatomy terminology)
Laughed at some of the Engrish signs
Chilled by the beach
Pulau Sapi is not as commercialized as Pulau Manukan and although the island is smaller, it is a lot more tranquil – after a huge group of tourists on a conference left anyway. :)