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Pulau Payar (Langkawi)
West coast Peninsular Malaysia most popular island for snorkelling and diving. Comprises of Pulau Payar, Pulau Kaca, Pulau Lembu and Pulau Segantang.
Pulau Pangkor
(Perak)

The nearest diving island from Kuala Lumpur with a range accommodation from basic chalets to luxurious hotels.
Pulau Perhentian (Terengganu)
An idyllic island with beautiful beaches framed by huge boulders. Suitable for divers of all levels. A favourite island for back packers and budget travellers.
Pulau Lang Tengah (Terengganu)
When translated means 'Eagle resting in the middle of the island'. Being located midway between Pulau Perhentian and Pulau Redang, divers can access dive sites other than Pulau Lang Tengah.
Pulau Redang (Terengganu)
The first Marine Park Centre was established on this island-Conservation efforts have resulted in Pulau Redang having prolific coral growth and fish life.
Pulau Kapas (Terengganu)
In addition to easy diving around the island, Pulau Kapas also offers interesting topside activities like squid fishing, sunset cruises and other activities.
Pulau Tenggol (Terengganu)
Unique underwater boulder terrain and interesting macro animals makes Pulau Tenggol different from the other Peninsular Malaysia islands.
Pulau Tioman (Pahang)
Renown as the location for the Hollywood movie 'Bali Hai', Pulau Tioman has a number of islands with interesting diversity of marine life and diving profile.
 Pulau Aur (Johor)
The long journey to this remote island from mainland is rewarded with pristine corals and exciting fish action. Currents sweeping the submerged reefs attract plenty of pelagic fish.
Tunku Abdul Rahman Park Islands (Sabah)
Located just 15 minutes from mainland Kota Kinabalu, these islands offer easy dives with plenty of time to relax on the white sandy beaches.
Pulau Lankayan (Sabah)
A remote island with an extraordinary variety of coral life, reef fishes and bizarre macro animal life. Divers and look forward to relaxing in well appointed accommodation.
Pulau Mabul and Pulau Kapalai (Sabah)
Sabah's popular site for macro enthusiasts seeking to encounter rare and hard to find macro animal life. Every dive holds a surprise.
 
Pulau Labuan (Labuan)
An off shore financial business centre with some of the best wreck diving to be found in Malaysia. Nature has transformed the wrecks to a garden of life.
Pulau Layang Layang (Sabah)
Pulau Layang Layang offers encounters with the unknown. Rising 2000 meters from the sea-bed, the reef attracts a number of pelagic fish such as tunas, sharks and more sharks.
Pula Talang-Talang (Sarawak)
The essentially hard coral seascape extends to rocky bottom. Sponges and sea fans grow among the hard corals.
 

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