The Passport to discover the best Diving Centers of Southeast Asia

Southeast Asia has more than 350km of coastline, which are a real paradise for divers. Composed of 11 countries where  we encounter the incredible Thailand, the mysterious Malaysia and the captivating Indonesia, it offers to the diver a unique seabed in the world, covered almost entirely with coral and allowing you to enjoy the "world of silence" "at its best.

In addition to the uniqueness of its seabed, we must add the quality of its waters. It is known among divers the great visibility due to the transparency of its waters and the temperature and their temperature. The good weather conditions of the southeast allow the temperature of the water to always remain around 29º, which favors the existence of a huge quantity of species.

Be seduced by the underwater charms of Southeast Asia. Discover the biodiversity of the marine reserves, enjoy a meeting with the majestic whale shark in Koh Tao, visit the Nemo anemone in Koh Phi Phi, be part of the legend finding a Mola Mola in Nusa, marvel swimming with turtles in Gili Islands and reveals the mysteries that hide under the crystalline Asian oceans. Immerse yourself with Diving Pass in Southeast Asia. Let´s go Diving!

Dive Sites in Thailand

Koh Tao

Koh Tao (“Turtle Island”) is a popular destination for scuba divers. It is second after Cairns, Australia, when it comes to number of annual dive certifications. With over than 25 amazing dive sites, Koh Tao is diver’s paradise and it’s easy to see why: the courses and fun dives are not expensive, the island is beautiful, you can move around the island easily and under the water exist an incredible ecosystem enriched with several kind of marine wild life; from the biggest of whale sharks to the smallest nudibranch.

 “Must” dive sites: Chumphon, Southwest, The Wreck of the Sattakut, Shark Island, Sail Rock, The Twins, White Rock and Green Rock.´

Koh Phi Phi

More than “The Beach”. This set of islands became world famous thanks to Leonardo Di Caprio's movie. Under the surface it counts with a protected marine National Park characterized by different spots to dive in its surroundings: Koh Bida Nai is an island with stone cliffs Limestone that rises in the sea south of Phi Phi Leh. It is considered the best place to dive in Koh Phi Phi along with Koh Bida Nok.

Koh Lanta

Koh Lanta is one of the best known places to dive in all of Thailand because its reefs are considered the best on the south coast of Andaman. The diving develops around the natural park. The diving in Koh Lanta is suitable for all levels and the offer of diving centers where diving is huge, mostly concentrated in the area of ​​Ba Kantiang along the beach. Of all the dive sites or dive sites of Koh Lanta, we can highlight Koh Haa, Anemo Reff, Sharck Point, Hin Daeng, Hin Muang, where you can see giant manta rays, leopard sharks and turtles.

Dive Sites in Indonesia

Gili Islands

In recent years, the Gili Islands (Trawangan, Meno and Air) have become a must for those who travel to Bali and Lombok, and one of the main destinations to enjoy diving. These three islands, each of a different nature, are surrounded by white sand beaches and coral reefs and are a perfect destination for tourists looking for a tropical island getaway, and also for beginners and experienced divers at the same time. Underwater, you will be delighted with scuba diving, diving over ruins or diving, and much more.

Nusa Lembongan

In its sandy bottom and crystal clear waters hide two of the main attractions of diving in Bali, the majestic rays blankets possible to see throughout the year and the mysterious mola-mola or moonfish during the months of August to October. Without forgetting it´s impressive underwater landscapes and abundant life in its reefs. The depths vary between 4 and 40 meters and the currents reach up to 4 knots making this place perfect to enjoy diving with a visibility of 25 meters almost all year.

Dive Sites in Malaysia

Perhentian Islands

The Perhentians (Kecil and Besar) offer some great diving and excellent snorkeling. In addition to coral and fish, the Perhentians are home to sea turtles and many species of shark -- none of them dangerous unless provoked. Visibility is usually in the 10-20 meter range (although it will temporarily go down after storms, as well as during the end-of-year monsoon seasons) and no wet suit is required, although you may wish to use a dive skin for protection from coral and the occasional jellyfish.

Popular dive sites include the Pinnacle (aka Tokong Laut, "Temple of the Sea"), a pinnacle jutting out from the sea bed, and the Sugar Wreck, an easily accessible 3500-ton sugar hauler. The (more expensive) single-day trip to Redang Island, where the water visibility is considerably better, offers diving a notch above the local options, well worth every dime - but be prepared for a rough ride in a small speedboat.



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