The island nation of Indonesia straddles the equator between the Indian and Pacific Oceans and lies at the heart of the ‘Coral Triangle’ - the epicentre of the world’s marine biodiversity. Nowhere on earth can visitors experience such a range of spectacular diving - from encounters with huge whale sharks and oceanic manta rays, to muck dives with beautiful Rhinopias and the exceedingly rare psychedelic frogfish.
Separated by the South China Sea, Malaysia is divided into Peninsula Malaysia on the Asian mainland, and East Malaysia in Borneo. Both parts of this fascinating country offer a wealth of different destinations - from beautiful islands and deep jungles, to modern cities and villages steeped in history.
The countries well-established tourism industry and transportation mean tourists can easily travel to different locations, exploring the food, culture and amazing natural history this nation has to offer. For divers however, it is Sabah, with its extraordinary reefs and rich marine life that is the highlight of any trip to Malaysia.
- Encounter Sipadan’s famous turtles, sharks and schooling fish
- Dive with hammerhead sharks on the remote atoll of Layang Layang
- Relax on some of SE Asia’s most beautiful beaches
- Trek through pristine rainforests in the ‘Heart of Borneo’
- Dive in and eat your way through one of Asia’s most diverse cuisines