Karimun Kecil or Little Karimun, separated from the NE side of Great Karimun by a deep channel about 0.5 mile wide, is a bold island, 377m high.
In the NW approach to the channel between Great Karimun and Little Karimun are two islets, Nangoi, 39m high, about 1.2 miles W of the NW end of Little Karimun,and Tantun, a fairly steep-to islet, about 1 mile SW of Nangoi.
In the channel close to the SW side of Little Karimun is an above-water rock, which narrows the channel to about 0.3 mile.
Assan and Mudu, rocky and thickly-overgrown islands, 83 and 65m high, respectively, lie about 1.2 miles off the NW side of Great Karimun. Sajuda, an above-water rock, lies 0.5 mile N of Assan and Seal Rock lies about 0.5 mile NE of Sajuda. Tokong Belanda, a low rock, lies about ...
Pulau Iyu Besar and Pulau Iyu Kecil, each 45m high, lie about 3 miles N of Little Karimun. Pulau Iyu Kecil lies 0.5 mile NE of Pulau Iyu Besar. The islets are known as The Brothers. A rock, with a depth of 2m, lies 0.3 mile NE of Pulau Iyu Kecil, and a rock, with a depth of ...
Pongkar beach is a long beach with an area of approximately 100 hectares, with pine trees scattered around the beach area.
During the Southwest Monsoon good anchorage can be taken off the E
side of Great Karimun, to the SE of Little Karimun, over a bottom of
stiff gray mud with ...
Pulau Tambelas, 80m high, stands about 4 miles NNW of Pulau Kempaan, in the fairway between Selat Gelam and the channels between the islands SW of it. The island has three peaks and from a distance appears as two islands.
Located South-west of Johor, about 5,5 NM NW of Tg Piai, 1 km offshore from the quaint little fishing
village of Kampung Air Masin in Kukup Laut (Pontian District), Pulau
Kukup is an low, flat island entirely covered by mangrove forest and surrounded by
mudflats - the mudflats ...