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Discover the best dive centers in Malaysia

Diving Malaysia

Straddling the Indian and Pacific oceans you will find Malaysia, where there are hundreds of tropical islands and a variety of incredible landscapes and deserted beaches to discover. To name only the most well-known and most popular:

  • To the west, off of the Malaysian peninsula, you’ll find Tioman and the Perhentian islands.

  • To the East of Malaysia, off the island of Borneo, you’ll find the scuba diving paradises of Sipadan, Mabul, Kapalai and Layang Layang.

Imagine clear water of turquoise color, white beaches lined with coconut trees, and forest in the background: an appropriate landscape for a postcard!

Malaysia is considered one of the best scuba diving destinations. There is incredible biodiversity and multitude of choice in submarine landscape: from dry submerged reefs to coral gardens (Malaysia is part of the famous coral golden triangle) and fabulous drop-offs.

From 3 to 40 meters deep, dive spots are suitable for all divers, from beginners to advanced. You can also perform deep sea, drift, and wreck dives!

Get ready to meet a surprising variety of exotic marine life in these clear waters: reef sharks, gray sharks, leopard sharks, and even hammerhead sharks, whales, and turtles… especially in the Malaysian seabed you’ll find an enormous variety of nudibranchs!

The underwater photography enthusiasts have found their favorite spot!

Diving Malaysia

Straddling the Indian and Pacific oceans you will find Malaysia, where there are hundreds of tropical islands and a variety of incredible landscapes and deserted beaches to discover. To name only the most well-known and most popular:

  • To the west, off of the Malaysian peninsula, you’ll find Tioman and the Perhentian islands.

  • To the East of Malaysia, off the island of Borneo, you’ll find the scuba diving paradises of Sipadan, Mabul, Kapalai and Layang Layang.

Imagine clear water of turquoise color, white beaches lined with coconut trees, and forest in the background: an appropriate landscape for a postcard!

Malaysia is considered one of the best scuba diving destinations. There is incredible biodiversity and multitude of choice in submarine landscape: from dry submerged reefs to coral gardens (Malaysia is part of the famous coral golden triangle) and fabulous drop-offs.

From 3 to 40 meters deep, dive spots are suitable for all divers, from beginners to advanced. You can also perform deep sea, drift, and wreck dives!

Get ready to meet a surprising variety of exotic marine life in these clear waters: reef sharks, gray sharks, leopard sharks, and even hammerhead sharks, whales, and turtles… especially in the Malaysian seabed you’ll find an enormous variety of nudibranchs!

The underwater photography enthusiasts have found their favorite spot!

Diving Malaysia

Straddling the Indian and Pacific oceans you will find Malaysia, where there ...

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