Diving in Pulau Hantu

Pulau Hantu diving promises a unique diving experience. Despite its name, which means, Ghost Island in Malay, the island is still best-loved by day-trippers and campers who wants a thrilling adventure.

About Pulau Hantu

Pulau Hantu diving is possible all-year-round. The water temperature in the island is stable too for most part of the year—28 to 29°C. Located in the southern shores of Singapore, Pulau Hantu can be reached with a 30-minute boat ride.


Diving in Pulau Hantu is well-known amongst muck and macro divers due to its wide variety of nudibranchs and slugs. Pulau Hantu diving will let you experience swimming with colourful reef fish, and groups of albino pipefish, blue-spotted stingrays, and crocodile fish.

Pulau Hantu is popular to recreational divers in Singapore as it is very accessible. Its beautiful lagoons and sheltered reefs are also a huge plus. The island is comprised of two islets—Hantu Besar and Hantu Kecil, which you can cross during low tides.

  • Diving Season

    Pulau Hantu diving is possible all year round.

  • Dive Sites

    Pulau Hantu diving attracts macro diving connoisseurs due to frequent sightings of flatworms, seahorses, blue dragons, sea slugs and other macro creatures.

  • Featured Marine Life

    Wide-array of nudibranch and slug species.

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