Scuba Diving Destinations

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Sipadan

Sipadan, Malaysia

Sipadan is a must see if you are diving in Asia. It is an anomaly – being an oceanic island, rising 600m from the deep seabed, yet less than an hour from the mainland.

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Maldives

Maldives Liveaboards

The Maldives is a group of more than 1000 coral islands spanning across the equator in the Indian Ocean. Its 26 atolls are divided into 20 administrative regions.

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Bali

Bali, Indonesia

Bali is Indonesia’s top scuba diving destinations and with good reason. Imagine the multifarious dive sites, crystal clear water, a diverse array of marine life from the tiniest pygmy seahorses to the deep sea mola mola or sunfish, with crazy currents to boot.

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Manado Diving

Manado, Indonesia

Sitting right in Sulawesi, the centre of the Coral triangle area, the marine life in Manado is so diverse that you can see over 70% of all the fish species that exist in the Indo-Western Pacific.

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Layang Layang

Layang Layang, Malaysia

Layang Layang is a beautiful oceanic atoll lying 300 km off the northwest coast of Sabah, Malaysia. The atoll consists of a pristine coral reefs surrounded by deep waters.

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Tioman

Tioman, Malaysia

Tioman, once rated as the Top Ten Most Beautiful Island in the World, is visited by island hoppers, sun lovers, snorkelers and divers in the thousands every year.

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Aur

Aur, Malaysia

Pulau Aur (Aur Island) is situated almost directly east of the port town of Mersing, about 65 km into the South China Sea. It is surrounded by three islets Dayang, Lang and Pinang.

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Redang

Redang/ Malaysia

Redang is renowned for its natural beauty but it is the coral reefs around the offshore islands that lure thousands of divers every year.

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Perhentian

Perhentian, Malaysia

The Perhentian Islands lie just 21km off the northeast coast of Terengganu in Peninsular Malaysia. The islands comprise Pulau Perhentian Besar

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Phuket

Phuket, Thailand

Known as the Pearl of the Andaman, Phuket, roughly the same size as Singapore Island, is the major tourist attraction of Thailand for divers and non-divers alike.

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Similan

Similan Liveaboards

About 50 kilometers off the west coast of Phang-Nga in the Andaman Sea lie the Similan islands, a group of 9 small islands that offer Thailand’s finest diving.(Similan means 9 in Malay)

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Bintan

Bintan, Indonesia

Bintan is the largest island in the Riau province of Indonesia located just south of Singapore. Bintan is lined with a coast of 105 km, and is popular with visitors for its beach resort and recreational activities like snorkeling, jet-skiing, wind surfing, canoeing, sailing and diving too.

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Donsol

Donsol, Philippines

Diving in Donsol is all about the Whale Shark, or Butanding as it is known locally. The plankton and krill rich currents waters are not the clearest, but they attract the the mammoth fish to the area, thus giving the area the name of “Whale Shark Capital” of the world.

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Malapascua

Malapascua, Philippines

Malapascua is a beautiful little island just off the northern most point of Cebu Island in the Philippines. Divers come here for the opportunity to watch the deep water Thresher Sharks at the cleaning station, Monad Shoal.

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Hin Daeng

Hin Daeng, Thailand

Hin Daeng and Hin Muang located in the Southern Andaman Sea in Thailand (south of Phuket Island), resemble 2 mega underwater cleaning stations that frequently visited by the giant pelagic marine life.

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