Pulau Tioman Diving

Scuba Diving around Singapore

Common marine life seen here are for example l bump head parrot fish, tropical reef fish, lion fish, angel fish, barracuda, puffer fish, spotted groupers green turtles, yellow tail kingfish, and if divers 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 Bay and Labas Island.

As the island was voted one of the World's top 10 most beautiful islands, to have a diving holiday on Tioman is an ideal. For some of the dive centres on the island try the following names.

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Dive Operators in Pulau Tioman

B&J Diving Centre

Established in 1986, was the first professional dive centre on Tioman, B&J is a fully qualified PADI 5 Star Instructor Development Center and the first IANTD (International Association of Nitrox and Technical Divers) facility of Malaysia. Their dive masters and instructors are trained Oxygen providers and yearly update their Medic First Aid/Emergency First Response rating. The centre is the only facility in Malaysia providing Air fills, Nitrox fills, Oxygen fills and Trimix fills.

  • Opening Hours: Daily 08:30 - 20:00
  • Address: Salang Bay & Air Batang Bay on Tioman Island, Kampong Mersing Kanan, Johor, Malaysia 86800
  • Tel: +60 9419 5555

Bali Hai

Bali Hai Divers located at a private beach in Panuba bay. The name Bali Hai actually comes from the 1958 hollywood classic "South Pacific", where Tioman Island was used to shoot scenes for the ficticious island of "Bali Hai". Their services includes PADI diving education from Open Water to Instructor and all specialties, daily dive and snorkeling trips, day trips to local wrecks and live aboard trips.

  • Location: Panuba Inn Resort Panuba Bay, Kampung Panuba Tioman Island Malaysia
  • Tel: +60 16262 5008


It has been providing diving services also with full PADI scuba diving courses on the island since 1976. Currently they have three branches on Tioman.

  • Location: Salang Village, Tekek Village and Air Batang Village, on Pulau Tioman, Malaysia
  • Tel: +60 9419 5017

Eco-Dives Centre

Run by a lovely couple (Jeff and Michelle) PADI instructors from KL who have deep passionate about Tioman since they first set foot on in 2001. Eco-Divers Center is located on Air Batang Village and now offer free wifi too all guest (don’t forget to bring your own notebook or laptop.

  • Location: At Air Batang Village, Tioman Island, Malaysia
  • Tel: +60 13602 2640

Tioman Reef Divers

This centre is the first NAUI diving centre in Tioman Island (operating since 1992) Located just 10 minutes walking distance from the airport, offers friendly Chinese, Malay, English and Japanese speaking dive guides and staffs.

  • Location: Kampung Tekek, Pahang, Malaysia 26800
  • Address: +60 9419 1342
  • Tel: + 60 9419 1342
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