Dive in | Underwater AsiaTime 2021-09-03 19:36:09
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Description:A free information resource for divers, snorkellers and marine life enthusiasts.Explore an extraordinary world. Discover mesmerising marine life.Go on. Dive in. Christian GloorFind fascinating fish facts. Get the lowdown on identification, behaviour and popular species, with detailed information on everything from distribution to reproduction.Read more about ReefspotterFrom wonderful coral reefs to Asia's best wreck diving, superb liveaboards to swimming with Whale Sharks, the Philippines has something for every diver and snorkeller.Head to Malapascua to dive with Thresher Sharks, Dauin for excellent muck dives, Tubbataha for the Philippine's best liveaboard diving or Balicasag in Bohol for wonderful turtle encounters. The choice is yours.Read more about Diving the PhilippinesIndonesia is the world’s largest archipelago, with an incredible 17,000 islands to dive, snorkel and explore. Sitting at the heart of the Coral Triangle, this island nation has world class dive sites at every turn. Komodo National Park and Raja Ampat offer some of the best diving in Indonesia and are excellent for liveaboard adventures. Sulawesi Bali offer plentiful resort based diving choices, while adventurous divers and snorkellers can enjoy many more remote dive spots.Read more about Indonesia DivingThailand is one of the most popular destinations in the world for scuba-diving - and for good reason.Koh Tao, Phuket and Ko Phi Phi are very popular places to learn to dive, while the Similan and Surin Islands make a fantastic introduction to the world of liveaboard diving.The best scuba diving in Thailand is concentrated along the southern peninsula, with options on both the east and the west coasts. When conditions on one coast are not ideal, the opposite coast often has good conditions, providing options for divers throughout the year.Read more about Diving ThailandFrom the wonderful marine life of Sipadan and Mabul Island in Borneo to the dive sites of Peninsular Malaysia, scuba diving in Malaysia has something for everyone.Geographically, the country is split into two separate regions. Peninsular Malaysia lies on mainland between Thailand and Singapore, while the states Sarawak and Sabah are on the island Borneo.Peninsular Malaysia is the more developed, offering very good dive sites for less experienced divers such as the Perhentian Islands, Tioman Redang. On Borneo, Sabah has some of the best dive sites in the world to explore.Read more about Malaysia DivingPapua New Guinea, or PNG as it is often known, occupies the eastern half of New Guinea; an island it shares with Indonesia. To the north is the Pacific Ocean, to the south Australia’s Coral Sea and to the east the Bismark Solomon Seas.The area is a melting pot of marine life and has some of the most diverse and spectacular scuba diving on the planet. Explore vibrant coral reefs, plunging seamounts and World War II wrecks with resort diving and liveaboard diving options.For the adventurous, it is the ultimate travel destination where remote, pristine rainforests tumble down from towering peaks into crystal clear waters teeming with life.Read more about Papua New Guinea DivingMyanmar lies to the north of Thailand facing the Andaman Sea. Its coastline is dotted with myriad tropical islands, most notably the Mergui archipelago. These islands, along with the Burma Banks, form the focus of Myanmar's diving scene.The area is usually dived by liveaboard from Thailand to the south, however there are some resort options on remote islands with diving too.Expect beautiful islands, colourful coral reefs and fascinating marine life ranging from Seahorses to majestic Manta Rays.Read more about Diving MyaynmarVietnam is the most easterly of South-East Asia’s mainland countries.Its entire eastern coastline faces the South China Sea, from the Gulf of Thailand in the south to the Gulf of Tonkin in the north. To the west, it borders Cambodia Laos, while to the north it borders China.The length of the country means that it spans different climates, with hot, tropical conditions in the south and more temperate conditions in the north. It has nearly 3500km of coastline with many beautiful bays and numerous small islands.The best diving spots tend to be in the south the east of the country where the seas are warmer.Read more about Vietnam
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