This easy but beautiful dive follows the contours of Rubiah Island, from white sandy bottoms with dramatic castle like structures formed by black granite, to a gentle slope covered with hard coral bommies where an assortment of reef fish, stingrays, giant clams and turtles are found. Shallow up to the edge of the island and the soft coral gardens or continue through fields of garden eels and onto more dramatic rising structures. Will you see the honeycomb morays sitting in a crevice or swimming freely, chased by their cleaner wrasse..? Flying gurnards, ghost pipefish and leaf scorpion are among the more rare species often spotted here. The comical clown trigger fish, along with all of Pulau Weh’s favourite reef fish are to be found here.