Whenever we visit a destination, or hear something interesting
about it, we like to write a blog. On this page you can find all of
our blogs about diving in the Malaysia. Hopefully these can inspire
your own diving adventure there.
My diving journey started on my gap year around Thailand,
Australia and Fiji
where I completed my PADI Open Water and Advanced on Koh Tao. I
remember my first experience well, from the brief panic that I was
breathing underwater to the realisation that there was a whole new
world to discover. On my travels, I completed a few fun dives in
Australia diving the Whitsundays and the
Barrier Reef. I still kick myself to this day that I didn't
dive in Fiji… one day!
If you suffer from vertigo then it is probably best to stick to
sloping reefs as opposed to drop-offs and walls, with some going
down to 600m! But if heights are not an issue for you, wall diving
can prove to be some of the most interesting and exciting diving
you can do.
There is no mistaking how the hammerhead
shark got its name: the head is flattened and extends outwards into
the shape of a hammer, known as a cephalofoil. They appear so
otherworldly since the head seems completely out of place on a fish
with such a streamlined body.