This is an unique experience and you do not have to scuba dive in order to see shipwreck.
On the eastern side of Pulau Pemanggil are the remains of an unknown shipwreck. The wreck attracts schools of snappers, fusiliers and batfish and lone parrotfish, rabbitfish, sugeonfish, scorpionfish, lionfish and groupers.
Though the ship had broken into different parts but you will still be able to identify them.
Take a day tour to visit a nearby Island, known as Pulau Aur. 'Pulau' is a Malay word which means island. The island is 6 hours boat ride from the mainland. Due to this reason, it is still very much an untouched paradise.
Pemanggil Island is surrounded by crystal clear water and rich marine lifes. This remote island is nominated among the best fishing spot in the country.
Fondest memory: I've seen fisherman with his caught of day, a 4-5 feets shark. It's a reef shark I supposed.