Dive in Borneo

Diving packages in Borneo

PADI Open Water Course

PADI is an American Brand, fully recognized worldwide. The course introduce the scuba participants to whole new world of adventure in scuba diving. Dive equipment are provided during the training by a fully qualified Instructor. Simple lunch is included.

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…

Scuba Discovery

Discover Scuba course lets you experience the thrills of diving under the supervision of an Experienced Scuba Instructor. This course is conducted close to the beach in Tunku Abdul Rahman Marine Park where you will see lots of marine life while learning to dive. As you acquire the essential skills for diving, your instructor may bring you on your first open water adventure, a chance to properly…

Sipadan Fun Diving - 3 dives

Service inclusive of: *** Qualified PADI Instructor *** Boat Transfer,*** Dive Equipments *** 3 Dives per day *** Local Malaysian Lunch *** Return Road Transfer (Hotel - Jetty - Hotel) Service Exclusive of: *** Sabah Park Dive Fee @ RM 50.00 per pax *** Item not mentioned

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.

Diving in Borneo

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The Diving in this reagion is just stunning, being calified as "world class diving".

In West-Sabah and Sarawak the dive sites are all relatively easily reached either from Kota Kinabalu or from Kuching. Most of the diving is close to the shore, there are several marine parks and quite a lot of wrecks from world war II to be reconnoitered. A few hundred kilometers out from the west coast are several very exciting dive areas such as Layang Layang, the Luconia shoals and the Spratlys. Here you will find clear waters, untouched reefs and large pelagics.

Some world recognised dive areas in the East Sabah are Sipadan, Mabul and Kapalai. This area is surrounded by very rich reef life consisting of both hard and soft coral as well as all manner of reef fish. Sea turtles and white tip reef sharks can be seen on almost every dive and hammerhead and leopard sharks can occasionally be seen.

Butterfly Fish

Travel to Borneo

Borneo is the third largest non-continental island in the world (after Greenland  and New Guinea). It is located in Southeast Asia and is divided into three parts, administered by separate countries:

- Brunei: a sovereign country occupying two small portions of the northwestern coast.
- East Malaysia (Sabah and Sarawak regions): the Malaysian  part, occupying the northern third of the island.
- Kalimantan: the Indonesian  part, occupying the central and southern regions.

The whole island and surroundings is a natural wonder, being one of the less explored places in the world. Within Malaysian Borneo lies the world famous Sepilok Orangutang Sanctuary,  and the impressive Mount Kinabalu (South East Asia’s highest mountain). There is also spectacular jungle trekking and longhouse tribes you can visit too, and some of the best scuba diving spots in the world like Sipadan, Mabul and Kapalai, or Lankayan on the east, and Layan Layan on the west.

 

  • Chromodoris Annae

    Chromodoris Annae
  • Tambja Morosa

    Tambja Morosa
  • Glossodoris Atromarginata

    Glossodoris Atromarginata
  • Mantanani

    Mantanani
  • Barracuda

    Barracuda
  • 24241

    24241
  • Whale Shark

    Whale Shark
  • Sipadan island

    Sipadan island
  • School of fish in Layang Layang

    School of fish in Layang Layang
  • Nudy in the wall

    Nudy in the wall
  • Phylidia Pustulosa

    Phylidia Pustulosa
  • Nudibranch

    Nudibranch
  • Butterfly Fish

    Butterfly Fish
  • Pulau Tiga

    Pulau Tiga
  • Mabul Village

    Mabul Village
  • purple-gilled hypselodoris

    purple-gilled hypselodoris
  • Chromodoris Lineolata

    Chromodoris Lineolata
  • barracuda bank

    barracuda bank
  • Spanish Dancer Nudibranch Eggs

    Spanish Dancer Nudibranch Eggs
  • Chromodoris Magnifica

    Chromodoris Magnifica
  • Hammerheads

    Hammerheads