This island is a wildlife sanctuary where you can find lizards, mouse deer, macaques, eagles and hornbills roam freely.
At low tide, parts of the coral bed of Pulau Singa Besar is exposed. Although rich in coral beds, some of the reefs are dead due to muddy sediments brought by currents from the Straits of Malacca.
Because of its unspoilt natural beauty and prolific flora and fauna, the island was declared as a forest reserve and a permanent bird and animal
sanctuary in 1988.
Fresh water is available from a tank on the beach near old building.
Anchor by 3/4 m in mud and shale with excellent holding.
Danger: There's a horse-shoe shaped fringing reef on North
Also, beware of submerged rock Lat: 06.15.10'N Long: 99. 44.90'E