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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.

East Coast...

On the East coast, The South China Sea sandwiches the Peninsula, That is about 1000 kilometers of coastline. Perhentian and Redang Islands need no further introduction for diving enthusiasts. Tioman Island was also once recognized as having spectacular diving, on par with other diving hotspots elsewhere in the world. Other worth mentioning is the smaller islands like Lang Tengah and also Tenggol.

West Coast...

The west coast is lesser known for diving in Malaysia. The Andaman Sea and the Strait of Malacca borders with the west coast of Malaysian Peninsula. Another 1000 kilometre of coastline from the tip of Perlis (which is the far north west of Malaysia at the Thai border) to southern Johor and Singapore, dotted with many small islands.