Malaysia Islands and Diving Packages, Malaysia

 

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ISLAND AND DIVING PACKAGES

ISLAND PACKAGES DIVING PACKAGES
West Malaysia West Malaysia
Pulau Redang Pulau Redang
Pulau Perhentian Pulau Tenggol
Pulau Lang Tengah Pulau Perhentian
Pulau Tioman Pulau Aur
Pulau Kapas Pulau Langkawi
Pulau Langkawi Pulau Payar - Langkawi
Pulau Pemanggil  
Pulau Pangkor PADI / SDI Open Water Diving Courses
Pulau Tinggi Ex - West Malaysian Islands
Pulau Sibu

Ex Kuala Lumpur plus  3Days Open Water Diving  (West Malaysian Islands)

Pulau Tenggol
Pulau Rawa Perhentian Islands Diving Packages
Gem Island  
   
East Malaysia East Malaysia
Pulau Manukan Pulau Sipadan
Gaya Island Pulau Layang Layang
Pulau Tiga Kapalai Island
Turtle Island Mabul Island
  Lankayan Island
  Sipadan Water Village




The turtles are there year-round in Sipidan, but the highest concentration is during the month of August (with a whole lot of mating going on). The island is composed of ancient reef limestone and sand with no rivers, so runoff has little effect on water clarity. However, water clarity seems as unpredictable as the currents. Once, after a diver noticed heavy lightning off in the direction of the mainland, the water visibility dropped dramatically from 100ft to 50ft the next day, and heavy flotsam and debris floated on the surface. But even then, some dives would have great visibility below 40ft, while other sites still had 100ft visibility right below the surface. The ocean is roughest between November and February. The best season is between April and September, but diving is year-round.

 
   Turtles of Sipadan



Sipadan is famous for it's large population of green turtles.The turtles are there year-round, but the highest concentration is during the month of August (with a whole lot of mating going on). You will probably get to see at least ten turtles on every dive, either sleeping on the corals or swimming by, a very photogenic site indeed! Green turtles, like all sea turtles, are under attack though. In many places, people kill them for their meat; in Malaysia, it's the turtles' eggs that are the target, and egg harvesting from beach nest sites has reduced the turtles' population by60% in just 50 years.  



Strange, but the green sea turtle is not that green. It's certainly not as green as a Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle. In fact, it's shell has been described as being mostly black or brownish, with swirls of olive and gold. It is, however, the largest hard-shelled sea turtle with adults weighing in at an average of between 200 and 300 pounds with a shell length of between 36 and 43 inches. Despite this, it's head is small in comparison to other sea turtles – but don't be too tempted to poke fun at the green sea turtle, because the biting edge of it's lower jaw is serrated like a very sharp knife!

 

Langkawi
A true tropical paradise, Langkawi is steeped in history. Its past is full of legends of wronged maidens and lovelorn princesses, all of whom have left their mark for prosperity.

Tioman
Set like a glittering jewel amidst the South China Sea, the largest of a group of 64 volcanic islands, Tioman Island, beckons the visitor with its white beaches and crystal clear azure seas.

Pangkor
Pristine beaches and vibrant tropical forest.

Labuan
Labuan is an island that is located approximately 8km off the coast of the state of Sabah at the mouth of the Brunei Bay.
 

Pulau Besar : Johor
Located off the east coast of Johor - 15 km from Mersing, the Besar Island is another Malaysia’s paradise island.

   

Penang
This is a paradise island where one can enjoy an abundance of sun, sandy beaches and glorious, glorious food!

Redang
Surrounded bycrystal clear waters, pearly white shores, and what could be the world's most mature coral garden...

Perhentian
Surrounded bya virgin jungle, swaying palm trees, white sandy beaches, warm sapphire blue waters, and a colorful coral garden...

Kapas
This island is renowned for its pure emerald waters, white sandy beaches, swaying palm trees, dazzling marine life, and superb coral formation.

Layang-Layang
Layang-Layang is a tiny oceanic island surrounded bya coral atoll.

Sipadan
Acknowledged as one of the best diving and unique spots in Southeast Asia...

Tunku Abdul Rahman Park
State Park created to protect the natural enviroment, including the coral reefs, marine life, the fauna

 
 

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Index

Apartments

Bukit Tinggi

Bukit Merah Laketown

Cameron Highlands

Cherating

Desaru

Frasers Hill

Gem Island 

Genting Highlands

Ipoh

Johore Bahru

Johore

Kapas

KLIA Airport

Kenyir Lake

Kuantan

Kedah

Kuala Lumpur

Kelantan

Labuan

Langkawi Island

Lang Tengah

Layang-Layang Island

Malacca

Petaling Jaya

Pulau Tinggi

Pulau Besar

Pedu Lake

Pahang

Perhentian Island

Penang Island

Port Dickson

Pangkor Island

Redang Island

Sarawak

Sabah

Sipadan Island

Sibu Island

Selangor

Terengganu

Taman Negara (National Park)

Tioman Island

Tenggol Island

   Others

   

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