Our journeys will take you to the beautiful atolls of Maldives, the uncharted diving terrains of the Philippines, the ever popular islands of Malaysia, the underwater national treasures of Thailand and of course, the must-sees of Indonesia.
Choose from week-long liveaboards, short 4-5 days trips or quick weekend getaways. Alternatively, be adventurous and customize your own trips.
Dive in Bali to see the Mola Mola (also known as Bali Sunfish or Ocean Sunfish), which are some of the Earth’s most fascinating yet mysterious creatures. Although these passive fishes inhabit the dive sites around Bali all year, there remains a “best” time period to view these magnificent fishes – generally agreed to be from July to October.
Situated less than an hour away from Singapore, Bintan offers the perfect retreat for those who want a speedy weekend trip, away from the hustle and bustle of urban life, without the need for long bus rides. Life in Bintan is decidedly slower, and with good food, good dives and good accommodations, it is the ideal weekend trip for the busy.
Dayang Island (or Pulau Dayang) holds a special spot in many Singaporeans and Malaysians’ hearts – it is where they were first introduced to scuba diving, or, for a select few, where they had their first sighting of whale sharks, manta rays…
Manta rays, tuna, leopard sharks, schools of tiny glassfish, boxfish, mackerel, barracudas, and even a whale shark, are some of the many species of marine life that are native to dive sites in Phuket. Pristine corals, critters galore, amazing granite boulders and even the odd wreck or two, are the perfect complements to the fantastic diversity of marine life.
Sipadan remains rated by many dive journals as one of the best dive destinations in the world. Formed by living corals growning on top of an extinct volcanic core that took thousands of years to develop, Sipadan is located at the heart of the Indo-Pacific basin, the centre of one of the richest marine habitats in the world.
Selected as one of the world’s most beautiful islands in the 1970s, Tioman Island is no stranger to fame. Its beaches were also depicted in the movie South Pacific (1958), as Bali Hai. The largest island on the east cost of Malaysia, it is protected for conservation as it is home to not only diverse marine life, but several protected species of mammals as well.