//Malaysia Dive Sites

Pulau Redang

Blessed with good underwater conditions, this premier diving spot on the East Coast boasts of turquoise water and excellent coral reefs, giving you a varied diving experience. Venture into the water and encounter turtles, groupers, coral trouts and snappers. For [...]

Layang Layang

The island is part of the 600 islands, reefs and shoals in the South China Sea known as The Spratly's. Located in waters 2,000 metres deep, Layang Layang is an atoll of 13 linked coral reefs. The atoll isn't that [...]

Perhentian Islands

Perhentian Island or Pulau Perhentian (in Malay) consists of two islands with endless stretches of palm-lined beaches, clear water sea and coral reefs. Located at the extremity of Terenganu, some 14 nautical miles offshore, the island is accessible by bumboat [...]

Sipadan Islands

Ever since diving celebrity like Jacques Cousteau raved about the diversity of its marine life here, this dive mecca has been indisputably the most famous scuba destination in Malaysia. The island is located off the east coast of Sabah, Malaysia's [...]


Located some 25 minutes north of Sipadan Island, this island offers a different world of diving opportunities from most other diving locations. Here is a muck diving paradise where you will be able to find rare macro-world inhabitants hard to [...]


Lankayan's reefs offer fantastic coral reefs and fish life too. You'll find lettuce coral and staghorn coral. Also around are anemones, clown fish, shrimp, seahorses, flying gurnards, jawfish and porcelain crabs. Wreck diving is another highlight in Lankayan. With a [...]

Pulau Tioman

Welcome to Tioman, one of the most popular holiday destinations in Malaysia. Explore the crystal clear waters around the island and spot beautiful coral reefs teeming with marine life such as the parrotfish and butterflyfish. Considered one of the world's [...]

Pulau Aur/Dayang

Located 65 km from the Malaysia coast, this island is home to an active fishing community. Together with neighbouring islands of Aur and Lang, Dayang is a great favourite with many divers. Its relative remoteness ensures its corals are in [...]

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