Sipadan Water Village
Sipadan Water Village is a scuba diving resort on Mabul Island. So, it's a 45min boat ride from Semporna on the Island of Borneo in Malaysia. 45 cottages in 5 styles await you. They are built in the style of Bajou Laut, which are nomadic sea faring gypsies, and the cottages are set over the water on ironwood stilts. Each cottage has a private bathroom and private balcony that overlooks the island ...
Tioman Dive Resort
Tioman Dive Resort is a small boutique scuba diving resort located on Tioman Island in Malaysia. The resort has 11 secluded, spacious, and clean rooms. So, each room has air conditioning, a minifridge, ceiling fan, desk, satellite TV/DVD, and hot water shower. They are often mentioned as some of the best rooms available in northern Tioman. Furthermore, you may have already seen the island if you'v...
Climate: The air temperature ranges from 21 – 32°C / 70 – 90°F
Water Temperature: 28 – 30°C / 82 – 86°F
Time: UTC +8:00
Language: Malay. English is widely spoken by the locals
Currency: Malaysian ringgit (RM). GBP Sterling and US dollars are the most widely accepted currencies.
Electricity: 240 Volts. Adapters are recommended
Marriage Requirements: Please contact the local tourism board for instructions and requirements.
Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA)
Melaka International Airport (MKZ)
Sultan Abdul Aziz Shah Airport (SZB)
Penang International Airport (PEN)
Kuching International Airport (KCH)
Kota Kinabalu International Airport (BKI)
Langkawi International Airport (LGK)
Hyperbaric Health – Ipoh
Klinik Ebrahim & Surgeri
Malaysia, once an integral stop on the international spice route years ago, has a varied and interesting mix of cultures that today live in harmony. The underwater world is just as diverse and lush and offers a little something for every diver. From jawfish to anemone fish, fusilier to blue ribbon eel, every turn is a delight.
Tioman Islands, Malaysia
Tioman Islands, Malaysia
The Most Unconsciously Recognizable Islands In The World
If you fly some 16 hours to get to Singapore, then take a bus on a five hour drive over to Mersing on the west coast of Malaysia, then take a two hour ferry ride over to the Tioman Islands, you will arrive at one of the most tranquil dive destinations in the world. You’ll find white sand beaches, trop...
Eastern Malaysia, Sabah, Sipadan & More
Borneo, Sabah, Sipadan, & More
The Island of Borneo has been home to a tropical rainforest for the past 140 million years. The Cretaceous period trees and plant life have given way to modern Quaternary period tree and plant varieties, but this region still remains a densely covered reserve for animals such...