Diving Sites in Malaysia

March 29, 2007 | Interesting Places, Natural Environment

The most popular of diving activity around Malaysia includes diving sites with gentle sloping reefs in Tioman Island,  Perhentian Island and Redang Island, while the impressive vertical wall dives rising directly from the darkest abyss of Sipadan Island, Layang-layang Atoll and Mabul Island, do not forget to drift dives and wreck dives, including those encountered in the wonders of the sea here.

Kapalai and Mabul diving spot in Sabah (FLICKR/T. Chen)

Undoubtedly, Tioman and Redang Islands is really beautiful. The bottom of the panorama of sea surrounding the islands boast coral reef formations honored many and varied, sea caves and stunning in parts, and of course the mysterious shipwrecks and beautiful. Of all the dive sites, there is meaning in his own Sipadan Island, East Kalimantan.

With amazing dives vertically, and a variety of deep-sea species, Sipadan is recognized as a paradise under the sea by Jacques Cousteau, the veterans’ explore the wonders of the deep. Another beauty as in Sabah is Layang-layang Island (Island of Swallows). Located in the heart of the Indo-Pacific, this island is a wildlife and the richest marine biodiversity in the world.

 

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