From the shores of Hantu, Singapore to the lush flora and fauna of Maldives, We always make sure that your scuba diving experience is worth everything. Take a look at the destinations we are offering.

The spectacular variety of marine life is what keeps divers coming back. Malaysia became an international diving destination with throngs of divers flocking to the island from all over the world. There is something to offer divers of all experience levels.

The spectacular variety of marine life is what keeps divers coming back. Malaysia became an international diving destination with throngs of divers flocking to the island from all over the world. There is something to offer divers of all experience levels.

The spectacular variety of marine life is what keeps divers coming back. Malaysia became an international diving destination with throngs of divers flocking to the island from all over the world. There is something to offer divers of all experience levels.

Located across the South China Sea is the beautiful, serene island of Tenggol. It is 26 km from the mainland of Kuala Dungun in the Malaysian state of Terengganu. The island is filled with rocky terrain amidst the lush jungle forests and stretches 50 hectares, 2 km at the widest point and 3 km at length.

About 36 nautical miles off Malaysia’s east coast lies Pulau Tioman or Tioman Island, lies one of the region’s most enchanting holiday spots. Scenic and tranquil, Tioman Island boasts miles and miles of white sandy beaches, swaying palm trees, charming villages and friendly people.

Sipadan is the only oceanic island in Malaysia, rising 600 metres (2,000 ft) from the seabed. It is located in the Celebes Sea east of the major town of Tawau and off the coast of Sabah, East Malaysia on the island of Borneo.

Seventy kilometers east from the Mersing jetty in Malaysia, clear turquoise waters lap white sandy beaches and the occasional rock formations. And we mean, TURQUOISE! (picture above not edited). The waters teem with life; fish gather in schools under the wooden jetty, dense coral gardens and walls are immediately visible even from the surface. Sharks and large pelagic species frequent this delicate aquatic environment, perched far out into the blue away from the mainland.

Manado is the capital of the North Sulawesi province of Indonesia and is located at the far north east of Sulawesi, surrounded by a mountainous area. Diving Manado is awesome because over 70% of all the fish species in Indo-Western Pacific can be found in this region.

Located just 45 kilometres south-east of Singapore and twice its size, northern Bintan is easily accessible via a 45-minute ride on a high speed catamaran from Singapore’s Tanah Merah Ferry Terminal. To get to the southern part of Bintan, ferries also depart from the World Trade Centre and take 90 minutes each way. Despite Bintan’s proximity, you will need your passport and, where necessary, a visa.

Pulau Redang is located in the South China Sea off the northeast coast of Peninsular Malaysia. It lies about 45km north-northeast of Kuala Terengganu, the state capital of Terengganu, and about 22km off Tanjung Merang, the closest point on the mainland.

Manado is the capital of the North Sulawesi province of Indonesia and is located at the far north east of Sulawesi, surrounded by a mountainous area.

Phuket Island is a stunning combination of golden beaches, turquoise seas, green hills, mangroves and rainforest. Phuket lies in the Andaman Sea surrounded by beautiful islets and to the northeast, the stunning limestone outcrops of Phang Nga Bay.

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