Dive in Sabah

Diving packages in Sabah

Leisure Diving

Leisure dives covers 2 boat dives, dive equipment, tanks & weights and simple lunch. Minimum 2 pax certified divers. SDI, TDI & PADI Courses are available, ranging from Open Water courses to Divemaster Course. Instructor (IDC) Courses are available for SDI. All instructors & Instructor Trainers are fully qualified to train & certify participating divers.

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…

Discover Scuba / Try Scuba Diving

This package provides non certified divers an opportunity to relish & enjoy the amazing world of marine habitat. It gives the urge to discover more on the variety of marine life, corals, their wonderful world and way of life. Come sign up for this great adventure !!!

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.

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.

Diving in Sabah

Sabah is a nature paradise: its attractions range from the breath-taking natural wonders such as mountains, jungles,  flora and fauna, and the islands and its incredible coral reefs, world class places for diving and snorkelling.

You'll enjoy some of the best corals in the world. Locations include Sipadan, Mabul and Kapalai on the East Coast, and Layang Layang Island in the disputed Spratly group. Less hardcore and just a few minutes by boat from Kota Kinabalu city, are the islands of the Tunku Abdul Rahman Marine Park.

Butterfly Fish

Travel to Sabah

Sabah, Malaysia's most eastern state, sits at the northern tip of Borneo.

Within Sabah's rainforests and beaches, there lies a host of exciting eco-tourist activities. You can climb Mount Kinabalu, the highest mountain in the region, visit the largest orangutan sanctuary in the world, and dive at some of the world's best wall, reef, wreck and macro diving locations.

Located at the meeting point of the South China Sea, the Sulu Sea and the Celebes Sea, Sabah is just a 2 hour flight east of Kuala Lumpur in Peninsula Malaysia. Travel by road is often arduous and much of the interior can only be reached by river.

Malaysia's increasingly popular eco-travel destination has everything that you could possibly want in a holiday: beautiful beaches, coral reefs, turquoise seas, and tropical sunshine - all in plentiful proportions.

  • 24251

    24251
  • Barracuda

    Barracuda
  • Spanish Dancer Nudibranch Eggs

    Spanish Dancer Nudibranch Eggs
  • Pulau Tiga

    Pulau Tiga
  • Mabul Village

    Mabul Village
  • 24248

    24248
  • Hammerheads

    Hammerheads
  • Hairy Squat Lobster

    Hairy Squat Lobster
  • Glossodoris Atromarginata

    Glossodoris Atromarginata
  • Sipadan island

    Sipadan island
  • Butterfly Fish

    Butterfly Fish
  • Phylidia Pustulosa

    Phylidia Pustulosa
  • Whale Shark

    Whale Shark
  • purple-gilled hypselodoris

    purple-gilled hypselodoris
  • Chromodoris Magnifica

    Chromodoris Magnifica
  • Mantanani

    Mantanani
  • Tambja Morosa

    Tambja Morosa
  • Chromodoris Annae

    Chromodoris Annae
  • Chromodoris Lineolata

    Chromodoris Lineolata
  • Nudibranch

    Nudibranch
  • School of fish in Layang Layang

    School of fish in Layang Layang
  • 24237

    24237