This small island is best known for two massive coral heads which are said to be the largest off the Malay Peninsular. The larger of the mammouth Porites measures around 25 meters across at its base circumference. They are both over a hundred years old and the small caves around the bottom attract angel fish and moorish idols.
Just north of Pulau Ling is a small rocky outcrop that is covered in seafans, whips and sponges. It is barely exposed at low tides and currents can be strong here.