Dive in Malaysia

Diving packages in Malaysia

3D/2N PADI Advanced Open Water course

The PADI Advanced Open Water Course (AOW) certifies you to dive to a depth of 30meters and is the required certification level in many dive destinations.The course includes 5 adventure dives and can be completed in 2 full days. There will be no final exam and the only homework you have to do is to read the appropriate sections in the AOW Student Manual and answer the questions at the end of each…

Fun Dives in Pulau Payar

Discover the amazing island of Pulau Payar from a short trip from Langkawi Itinerary 07:15 – 07:55: Hotel pick-up from scheduled pick-up points. fixed schedule 07:30 – 08:00: Check-in 08:15: Depart for Pulau Payar Marine Park by ferry. 10:15: Marine Park Exploration @ Malaysia’s 1st & Only Reef Platform & beach.• Snorkeling. mask & snorkeling vest are provided• Coral Viewing.• Fish…

2 DAY PRIVATE BOAT 3 DIVES PER TRIP

Trip VHK Reef:This reef is named after our respectful instructor, Mr Voo Heng Kong, and is covered with sea=whips swaying among the hard coral and sea fan. Average diving depth is around 17 metres, where divers will find schools of jacks, small barracudas, anemones, clownfish and many more species of marine life. Trip Tukau Drop-Off:An exciting drop-off reef (20-40 meters) with a vertical wall.…

2 Week Volunteer Package

As a volunteer, you will be immersed in conservation and research. You will receive up to 8 dives a week, including two snorkel trips. You will be provided accommodation within the Blue Temple House and three meals a day, including enjoying a Malay dinner. You will learn about fish and invertebrate identification, substrate, ocean processes and conservation issues, and will use this knowledge to…
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Leisure Diving on Tioman Island with B&J

We head out every morning for our day trip, which includes two boat dives at some of the best dive sites around Tioman Island.Departure is at around 9am and after the first dive we’ll serve you with a local lunch in the vicinity of Coral Island, where you’ll have a good hour surface interval to sunbathe or go snorkelling. The second dive will be at a different dive site and we return…

Scuba Diving in Malaysia

Malaysia is definitely well known as having the top diving spots in the world! Some of the best are of course the well-known islands of Sipadan and Layang-Layang, which are in Sabah, East Malaysia. Besides these two islands, West Malaysia offers great dive sites in Perhentian Island, Redang Island, and Tioman Island. If you're on your way to the islands, be sure to enjoy the slow boat ride, the wind blowing in your face, and the warm sea breeze! 'Here, the journey and the destination matters!'

The waters in Malaysia are warm all year round while the sun is always high in the sky, making diving extremely comfortable, relaxing and exciting! Be prepared to encounter a close-up of the most diverse marine life on the planet! Swim alongside
Manta Ray, turtles, Sea Turtles and even leopard sharks; or encounter large schools of lion fishes, jellyfishes, barracudas, nudi branch, sea horses and garden eels, or just drift along the multitudes of gorgonians and the many diverse species of corals! Whatever you do, we know you will have fun!

Spanish Dancer Nudibranch Eggs

Travel to Malaysia

Perhentian islands beach

Malaysia is definitely well known as having top diving spots in the world! Some of the best are of course the well-known islands of Sipadan and Layang-Layang, which are in Sabah, East Malaysia. To the divers, these idyllic pearl-like drops of coral islands in the South China Sea off Sabah & Sarawak are the great attractions. Diving at Sipadan, diving in Kapalai  and diving in Layang Layang conjure thoughts of swirling schools of barracuda and jacks to divers the world over.

Besides Borneo,  the Malay peninsular has plenty of its own underwater gems to explore including diving in Perhentian islands, diving in Redang  and diving in Tioman.. If you're on your way to the islands, be sure to enjoy the slow boat ride, the wind blowing in your face, and the warm sea breeze! 'Here, the journey and the destination matters!'

The waters in Malaysia are warm all year round while the sun is always high in the sky, making diving extremely comfortable, relaxing and exciting! Be prepared to encounter a close-up of the most diverse marine life on the planet! Swim alongside Manta Ray, turtles, Sea Turtles and even leopard sharks; or encounter large schools of lion fishes, jellyfishes, barracudas, nudi branch, sea horses and garden eels, or just drift along the multitudes of gorgonians and the many diverse species of corals! Whatever you do, we know you will have fun!

  • Tambja Morosa

    Tambja Morosa
  • Nudibranch

    Nudibranch
  • Sipadan island

    Sipadan island
  • Chromodoris Annae

    Chromodoris Annae
  • Whale Shark

    Whale Shark
  • Mabul Village

    Mabul Village
  • Phylidia Pustulosa

    Phylidia Pustulosa
  • Chromodoris Magnifica

    Chromodoris Magnifica
  • Spanish Dancer Nudibranch Eggs

    Spanish Dancer Nudibranch Eggs
  • Chromodoris Lineolata

    Chromodoris Lineolata
  • School of fish in Layang Layang

    School of fish in Layang Layang
  • Hammerheads

    Hammerheads
  • perhentian islands beach

    perhentian islands beach
  • purple-gilled hypselodoris

    purple-gilled hypselodoris
  • Pulau Tiga

    Pulau Tiga
  • Butterfly Fish

    Butterfly Fish
  • Mantanani

    Mantanani
  • Barracuda

    Barracuda
  • Glossodoris Atromarginata

    Glossodoris Atromarginata