Diving in Malaysia

Malaysia is a country located in southeast Asia. This paradise is made up of 2 main parts; Peninsula Malaysia and West Malaysia. Known for its mixed cultural influences from Malay, Indian, Chinese and European, you can expect a full acceptance in cultural differences. You can expect many different dive sites to choose from. Malaysia takes pride in the biodiversity of life in the country both at land and sea.

One of the most exotic and favorite diving destinations is Malaysia. During your dive in the beautiful islands around Malaysia, you will find a good balance of macro life and pelagics, as well as a wide array of species. You will find a vast range of types of diving, from resorts to liveaboards, allowing you to explore many wrecks and coral reefs. Suitable conditions for scuba diving can be found all year-round, with warm water between 27 to 30 ºC (81 to 86 ºF) and high visibility. You can choose some of the most remote pristine islands for diving, to the most touristic spots with exciting nightlife.

Travelinformation for Malaysia

A, C, G, M

Power Plug Type

KUL

Airports

MYR

Currency

en

Language

240 V / 50 Hz

Electricity

UTC+08:00

Timezone

CelCom, Digi Telecommunications, Maxis, U Mobile

Network Provider

Aquatic Life in Malaysia

Featured places to go in Malaysia

Peninsular Malaysia

The peninsular Malaysia, also known as West Malaysia, makes up 40% of the total area of the country and lies on the Strait of Malacca and the South China Sea.

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You will have an unforgettable underwater experience in East Malaysia, one of the most important and beautiful scuba diving destinations in the world.

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Dive Sites in Malaysia