Sibu Island is a small island in eastern Malaysia lapped by the South China Sea. Sibu Besar, which is the main island in the archipelago, has a length of 6 km and a width of 1 km. Almost covered with tropical forests. There is a small fishing village in the south of the island. The island is the main resor areas in the south-east of the Malay Peninsula Malaysia. Mainly Singaporeans come here for vacation. The main types of entertainment are water sports and diving. The crystal-clear water is ideal for corals and their inhabitants which make the island very attractive for those who like diving and snorkelling. There is a reserve Marine Park home to many corals and other marine inhabitants.
All hotels are closed from November to February for the monsoon.