Whale sharks, sea turtles, frogfishes, schooling barracudas, hammerhead sharks, seahorses, WWII wrecks, world-renowned wall diving, coral gardens are just some features of diving in Malaysia.
If you are looking for a memorable tropical getaway blessed with white sandy beaches, warm bio-diverse, and equatorial seas, then Malaysia is an ideal choice. It is also a developed nation where English is widely spoken and where low-cost airlines abound, making it easier to travel.
Water temperature averages at a comfortable 29°C (84.2°F), which makes a 3mm wetsuit plentiful. Monsoon (wet and rainy) season typically runs from November to March, which can affect dive conditions, but diving is generally available all year round depending on location.
Whatever type of warm water diving you are looking for, you will find it in Malaysia.