Malaysia, an equatorial paradise with tropical jungle-clad mountains and
valleys is equally stunning in her spectacular undersea marine world.
The leisure snorklers can admire the shallower depths at snorkeling spots
scattered off the East Coast of Peninsula (West) Malaysia and also at more
concentrated spots off the nearby coral islands of Sabah in East Malaysia.
For both the leisure and more experienced divers, Malaysia`s undersea haven
offers choices aplenty for exploring, discovering and admiring the wonders of
Malaysia`s underwater kingdom.
With a combined East and West Malaysia coastline measuring 4,675
kilometres, the range of accessible diving spots vary from a quick 15-20
minutes speedboat ride even from from mainland jetties to numerous options
of faraway frontier islands diving destinations.
Notable top dives destinations are spread across:
East Coast of West Malaysia:
off the islands of Redang, Perhentian Kecil & Besar, Tioman
Sarawak, Malaysian Borneo:
off Miri Division (mainland)
Sabah, Malaysian Borneo:
off the frontier islands of Sipadan, Mabul, Kapalai, Lankayan and