There is so much to explore on a diving holiday to Malaysia. From the exciting walls of Sipadan to the turtles that nest on Lankayan Island to the muck diving of Mabul.
Where to Go Diving in Malaysia
Luxury Hotels in Malaysia
Ritz Carlton, Kuala Lumpur
The Ritz Carlton Kuala Lumpar is a stunning example of timeless luxury, with relaxing neutral shades and top quality furnishings. This is the...
Sipadan-Kapalai Dive Resort
Easy to reach from the east coast of Malaysian Borneo and just a short boat ride away from the world-class diving of Sipadan and Mabul, the Sipadan-Kapalai...
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Key Facts & Useful Links
Currency: Malaysian Ringgit
Visa: Not required
Food & Drink: Hot milk tea called the tari is Malaysia’s national drink
Time difference: GMT +8 hrs
Flight from London: 12:45 hrs
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