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Dive sites nearby

Chebeh West Deep

Pulau Chebeh is cream of the crop when it comes to dive sites around Pulau Tioman. Situated around 30-40 minutes away by speed boat North of the main Pulau Tioman, the uninhabited Pulau Chebeh offers pristine reefs that extends well below 30m. Currents are typically strong here and drift dives are common.

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One Tree Bay

This small protected bay to the north of the main island offers a sheltered area when the south wind is blowing; a beautiful dive for every level.

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Fan Canyon

Outside of a small bay covered with strong coral, a slope of granite boulders creates a canyon, over time this canyon has now become full of gorgonian corals.

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One of the most famous spots in Tioman, the name itself comes from the strange formation of rock hanging above, but not touching the water. This is quite a shallow dive with an amazing variety of corals and sea life.

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This site is just off of Tioman Island and looks like swiss cheese. The rocks and boulders at this site create countless swim-throughs and canyons. Many nudibranchs and juvenile fish can be seen as well as turtles and blacktip reef sharks.

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Tiger Reef

This beautiful rock formation in the middle of two small islands is covered largely by soft coral. The current can be quite strong at times, attracting a lot of marine life.

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Last Frontier

An easy dive site but can have quite a strong current. Follow the small bay north of the island to discover a floor of table coral and a wall of hard coral.

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Soyak Wreck

In front of Salang, in the deepest part of Soyak Island, are two wooden wrecks covered with soft and hard coral. You must have a deep diver certification.

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Soyak Island

In front of Salang, this small island is ideal if you like nudibranches and underwater landscapes. Lots of rocks are offering shelter to dozens of different species of fish.

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It might sound surprising but our jetty has become an amazing dive site. With the debris people throw over board and over the jetty a artificial reef was build which attracts an abundance of marine life. Shoals of juvenile fishes are seeking safety here, but the hunters are always around.

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