The passengers are usually day trippers, but you can also spend the night there. You do need to bring your own tent and camping gear. Most day trippers are anglers or hikers, who want to walk around the island and visit the lighthouse. After that, people would like to sunbathe or swim.
The old metal octagonal lighthouse is located on top of the island's hill. This red lighthouse was built in 1880 by the British colonists as a beacon for ships to sail through the Melaka Strait. In the meantime, a second, modern lighthouse has been built next to the old one. It is now a circular concrete tower with advanced marine communications equipment.
The old and new lighthouse one after the other. In the foreground the lighthouse keeper's house
In the earlier periods, long before the construction of the red lighthouse by the British colonists, the islet was known as a hotbed of pirates.
The first, original British lighthouse consists of an octagonal light tower, which houses the lantern and a round outer gallery. In the photo you can still see the old, red lighthouse with the new concrete lighthouse behind it. In the photo you can still see the lighthouse keeper's house and it has one floor. The house built of masonry.
You will be amazed by the environment on Pulau Undan with its astonishing beauty, especially the clarity of the sea water and the huge rocks around the island. A very small island is attached to the island, which can be reached via strip beach. At high tide there is a small piece of water above the beach.
The small island with the beach strip connected to Pulau Undan