Dive in Malaysia

Diving packages in Malaysia

5 Fun Dives

The 5 dives - D'Lagoon - Tokong Laut - Shark Point - Police Wreck - Romantic Beach If you would like to visit Sugar Wreck or Terumbu Tiga (T3), please add RM20 for each destination.

Advanced Open Water Diver

What can I expect?To achieve the PADI Advanced Open Water Diver rating, you need to do 5 Adventure Dives, out of which 2 (Underwater Navigation & Deep Adventure) are compulsory. You may choose the other 3 adventure dives based on your interest. The most common choices are: Peak Performance Buoyancy, Digital Underwater Photography, Fish Identification, Wreck Diving, Enriched Air Nitrox and…

Leisure Dive

Get ready for fun, relaxing diving. You have got to come down to Tunku Abdul Rahman, affectionally known as "Our Backyard". Our diving Master or Instructors know these places like the backs of their hands. From the resident turtle to the shy but friendly moray eel. Have a great day diving and be back in Kota Kinabalu in time to settle down in one of the waterfront's many bars and restaurants to…

Volunteer diver 14 days with one dive course

Unlimited diving, on coral reef with turtles, photography, biodiversity surveys, reef restoration,Boat, beach, deep and night dives All accommodation, food, dive gear, diving,One dive course ow, adv, rescue or efr included departure mon or thurs am from Semporna, Sabah
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SDI Open Water Course

SDI (Scuba Diving International) is an American Brand, fully recognized worldwide. The course introduce the scuba participants to whole new world of adventure in scuba diving. SDI provides participant the use of dive computer throughout their dive training. Dive equipment are provided during the training by a fully qualified Instructor. Simple lunch is included.

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!

  • School of fish in Layang Layang

    School of fish in Layang Layang
  • Spanish Dancer Nudibranch Eggs

    Spanish Dancer Nudibranch Eggs
  • Chromodoris Lineolata

    Chromodoris Lineolata
  • Sipadan island

    Sipadan island
  • Butterfly Fish

    Butterfly Fish
  • perhentian islands beach

    perhentian islands beach
  • Glossodoris Atromarginata

    Glossodoris Atromarginata
  • Mabul Village

    Mabul Village
  • Hammerheads

    Hammerheads
  • Phylidia Pustulosa

    Phylidia Pustulosa
  • Mantanani

    Mantanani
  • Nudibranch

    Nudibranch
  • Pulau Tiga

    Pulau Tiga
  • Whale Shark

    Whale Shark
  • Chromodoris Annae

    Chromodoris Annae
  • purple-gilled hypselodoris

    purple-gilled hypselodoris
  • Chromodoris Magnifica

    Chromodoris Magnifica
  • Tambja Morosa

    Tambja Morosa
  • Barracuda

    Barracuda