Scuba Diving around Singapore

Islands Close to Singapore for Excellent Diving

Singapore is surrounded by great diving sites, and, as there are many diving schools here, beginners can undertake courses leading to internationally recognised NAUI or PADI certification. Classes are held during the day or night, and often include a trip to a nearby island where you can practise your newly-acquired skills. With certification in hand, you are free to choose from the many spectacular diving sites along the east coast of Malaysia to discover and explore. 

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Most Popular Scuba Diving around Singapore

Pulau Redang

Pulau Redang

Off the coast of Terengganu, the northernmost state of the Malaysian east coast, is Pulau Redang island. Which is much Read More...

Pulau Kapas

Pulau Kapas

Pulau Kapas , offshore from the town of Marang in Terengganu, is small but beautiful. Clear water, powdery white sand - Read More...

Pulau Tioman

Pulau Tioman

Pulau Tioman, off the coast of the Malaysian state of Pahang, is perhaps the most popular of diving sites among Read More...

Pulau Kapas

Kapas is full of colourful soft and hard corals as well as many other marine creatures like lionfish, sea-shells, turtles, pipefish, moray eel, parrotfish, pufferfish, angelfish, damselfish, giant clams, rays, sea urchins, sea cucumbers and nudibranchs. 

Some of their interesting dive sites are for example Coral Garden, Umbrella Rock, Silent Reef, Artificial Reef, Octopus Reef, Linda Reef, Read More...

Pulau Redang

The magnificent marine life sought out at Pulau Redang include the best coral reefs in the world (think brain coral and more) plus Hawkbill turtles, red anemone, 'bumphead' parrotfish, stingrays, sea horses and sometimes reef shark.

Well-known dive site around Pulau Redang include Big Mount, Nothern & Southern Run, Pulau Paku Kecil & Besar, Boulder Dash, Black Coral, Anak Chatek, Read More...

Pulau Tioman

Common marine life seen off the shores of Pulau Tioman include parrot fish, tropical reef fish, lionfish, angelfish, barracuda, puffer fish, spotted groupers green turtles, yellowtail kingfish, and if drivers are lucky enough, they might get a peek of black-tip reef sharks.

Famous dive spots in the area include Chebeh Island, Fan Canyon, Malang Rock, Kador Read More...

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