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Wife and I went beachcombing, wading in the East China Sea and finding all kinds of seashells. It was difficult choosing which were the best "keepers", there were so many choices. There were also interesting rocks, polished by the ocean before being washed up on...More
My family and I of four spent about 1.5 hour in the late morning at the Busena Marine Park. This is a marine park located at Cape Busena.
Getting to the Marine Park (mapcode 206 442 251*55) is straightforward. There is a large carpark with...More
Despite colorful marine fishes when one walk down the spiral staircase of 1m depth, the corals appear to slowly fading away when one look through one of the main side pot holes.An underwater glass boat road is available before the underwater park tower
The attractions here are the glass bottom boats and underwater observatory tower, in addition to the beautiful views.
The kiddo enjoyed the underwater observatory tower but dreaded the glass bottom boat probably due to the choppy seas.
We came in the early morning after reading...More
You walk down a winding staircase about 4m under water and look through part holes. At first it looks cheesy but it is really fun. You see different fish at each port hole so look through all of them.
It takes about 15-20 min. The...More
We came here as it was included in our tour package. We were dropped off in the car park area. It is a good 15 mins walk along the coast and then down the pier towards the observatory. There we had to queue about 10...More
We went with three kids, skipped the glasbottom boat and went down the underwater observatory. It was worth the money but not much more. The dive center 'island breeze' was great, they take small kids snorkeling.
We visited the Underwater Observatory Tower in Busena Marine Park on a whim, and we loved it! Although it was raining heavily with strong winds, we enjoyed our walk down the pier to the tower, and our toddler loved peering through the peepholes to spot...More