Friday, January 17, 2020
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Diving in Malaysia one of the most popular reasons why visitors flock to the country from all over the world. Blessed with the tropical weather and warm seas all around, healthy coral formations and a myriad of marine life thrive.

Sabah and Sarawak...

On East Malaysia, there are many small islands just waiting to be enjoyed underwater. For example, there is Tunku Abdul Rahman Marine Park. The crown of the jewel is of course Sipadan Island, which was personally endorsed by the legendary Jacques Cousteou, the pioneer father of scuba diving, as the best dive site, with a variety of sea creatures unique to the area.

Most divers save and scrimp so that they can afford to experience diving in Sipadan Island. Sipadan has steep sea walls that go beyond 130 feet in depth where you can "dive in the blue". Whoa~ Definitely an awesome experience. Besides the famous island, Mabul and Layang-Layang are two more destinations that are fixed in most dive clubs calendar as the place to be.