With over 20 dive spots to explore including reefs and wreck sites, Lankayan Island is an ideal diving location. Everything from the very big to the very small is on display with the chance to see nudibranchs and whale sharks all in the same location.

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Impressive sights abound at Langkawi Island, known for its interesting underwater rock formations and magnificent reefs teaming with marine life. No matter your diving qualification, there is something for everyone. Many divers choose to access these great sites from the highly acclaimed Pulau Payar Marine Park.

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Kapalai Resort

Muck diving enthusiasts are spoiled for choice at Kapalai, regarded by many as one of the best macro dive spots nearby Sipadan. Kapalai achieves the title of muck diver’s paradise by offering loads of interesting and well-hidden creatures ideal for underwater macro photographers with a keen eye.

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There’s never a dull moment at Wakatobi, a group of 4 islands that boast a large variety of different reefs and atolls to explore. The presence of dolphins and whales is fairly regular along the areas of fringing reefs and barrier reefs, making for an exciting experience.

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Lembeh Strait is macro diving heaven! With new species discovered on an impressively regular basis, each species as weird and wonderful as the next, divers never know what they might discover at these fantastic sites. Hoards of divers from all over the world come to appreciate the odd creatures found in these great macro sites, and it should be on the top of the list for any critter enthusiast.

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Gili Trawagan

Bali’s Gili Islands are home to an abundance of fish life, with a variety of schooling fish to see in the often strong currents. The Gili Islands are made up of Biaha, Mimpang and Tepekong and the waters surrounding these islands offer great visibility as well as dangerous downcurrents.

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Located in the centre of the world’s most marine biodiverse region, Bunaken is home to an impressive variety of underwater life. For those who enjoy beautiful wall dives, Bunaken should not be missed!

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There’s no mystery as to why Bali is a top destination for scuba divers: just the fact that these crystal clear waters are home to the the magnificent Mola Mola should be reason enough to visit! Divers are also likely to be treated to manta ray sightings and great macro life. Bali is a welcoming, inexpensive holiday destination with plenty to do above the water too.

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Raja Ampat is a very popular diving destination and the largest marine national park in Indonesia.. Raja Ampat, the beautiful archipelago consisting of more than 1500 small islands, is a place of incredible marine biodiversity. It is located in the province of West Papua (formerly known as Irian Jaya), in the easternmost part of Indonesia. Four islands, namely Misool, Salawati, Batanta, and Waigeo, along with a smaller island Kofiau, are the more prominent among the group of islands.

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Komodo Island gets its name from the Komodo dragon, the largest living species of lizards. Called ‘ora’ by the local people, these giant predators dominate the ecosystem without challengers. They have a long forked tongue and may grow even up to the length of 3 metres and weigh 125 kg. There are about 1100 of these lizards in Komodo Island and more than 500 in the adjacent Rinca Island.

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It’s easy to understand why the Maldives is so popular. With long-stretching sandy beaches, crystal clear light blue water and the chance to see some of the world’s most highly sought-after marine life, it’s no wonder that the Maldives is a scuba diver’s paradise. Large pelagic species including manta rays, whale sharks and reef sharks are just some of the many you can add to your log book after a dive in the Maldives.

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The Red Sea has long been a favourite amongst divers, and for good reason. With over 1000 fish species calling this beautiful sea their home, the area also boasts a number of famous WWII wrecks and fantastic underwater scenery.

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Australia Travel

Boasting the world’s largest barrier reef as well as plenty of large marine animal sightings, Australia is undoubtedly a top diving destination. The nearby Coral Sea and the many protected marine parks in the area provide the ideal setting for many types of marine creatures to thrive: sharks, potato groupers and minke whales can all be spotted in Australian waters. Divers of all experience levels can enjoy diving in Australia.

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The Philippines is synonymous with brilliant scuba diving thanks to its 7000 islands lying in the centre of the world’s greatest area of marine diversity, the famous Coral Triangle. Not only are the reefs covered in magnificent coral in the Philippines, but the area is also known for great wreck diving sites.

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Thailand is a major player for favourite in the hearts of many divers. With almost 2000 kilometres of coastline and boasting incredible diversity in both the Gulf of Thailand and the Andaman sea, Thailand dive sites are generally suitable for any level of diver and never fail to impress.

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Malaysia is a top-choice amongst divers and is sure not to disappoint! The best and main areas for diving are Mabul, Sipadan and Layang Layang.

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Indonesia is a fantastic diving location that is best explored by liveaboard to make the most out of your Indonesian diving experience. World-famous dive sites such as Raja Ampat and the top-notch sites within Komodo National Park are simply not to be missed!

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