Tun Sakaran Marine Park (TSMP) is located at the entrance to Darvel Bay, off the East coast of Sabah near Semporna. It's about a 45-minute speedboat ride from the town's jetty. Named after the then Head of State of Sabah, Tun Sakaran Dandai, it became Sabah’s seventh park in July 2004. As the largest Marine Park, it spans 340 sq kilometers of sea and coral reefs, along with 10 sq kilometers of land. The park comprises 8 islands, their surrounding reefs, and sea, with the main goal of environmental protection and promoting sustainable use of natural resources. These islands include Pulau Bodgaya, Bohey Dulang, Tetagan, Selakan, Sebangkat, Maiga, Sibuan, and Mantabuan.

Tun Sakaran Marine Park

Conservation Fees and Rates

NO.CATEGORIES18 years old and above17 YEARS OLD and BELOWRemarks
01Conservation Fee (Malaysian)RM 5 / person / day12 years and below, 60 years and above, and person with disability : Free of charge
02Malaysian aged 17 years old and belowRM 12 / person / day-


Bohey Dulang Climbing Fees:

no.categories18 Years old and Above17 Years old and BelowRemarks
01Malaysian and InternationalRM 20 / personRM 10 / person12 years and below, 60 years and above, and person with disability : Free of charge
02InternationalRM 50 / personRM 30 / person-



Scuba Diving Fees:

no.categoriesfees
01MalaysianRM 100
02International RM 150