Malaysia Indonesia

We Provides all informations about Malaysia Indonesia, Malaysia, Sipadan Island Malaysia, East Malaysia Travel Guide, Labuan Island Malaysia, Malay Pe­ninsula Malaysia, Layang Malaysia
 
 
Home » Malaysia Indonesia Tourism » Malaysia

Malaysia Tour

Interested? Contact for Details
New discoveries especially great one always attract attentions. They steal the limelight — and draw attention away from what is al­ready known. When Jacques Cousteau made his now fa­mous comments about Sipadan Island, off the coast of Sabah in East Malaysia, he awakened the whole international diving community to this previously unconsidered area. Then came word of the stunning walls at Layang Layang atoll and the wrecks off Labuan Island, and it suddenly seemed to the out­side world that serious diving in Malaysia began and ended with Sabah. But that certainly isn't the case far from it. Just off both coasts of the Malay Pe­ninsula are clusters of small, tropical islands, with crystal seas, brilliant coral reefs and superb diving conditions. One of them Tioman is consid­ered to be amongst the most beautiful tropical islands in the world, and was used as the set­ting for the famous Hollywood movie, South Pacific. Local divers have been enjoying these islands for many years, and lack of major tourism de­velopment has kept them quiet, peaceful and undisturbed. They're real gems, waiting to be ... rediscovered.

Although totally different in their topside personalities, both the east and west coasts of Peninsula Malaysia have great diving — if you know where to look

Until the late 80s, most recreational divers in Peninsular Malaysia were locals and expats living on peninsula, or in Singapore. The upside was that they had a very pleasant ocean environment all to themselves. The downside was that operators and services were few and far between, access to some of the better sites was very limited and in­formation was scant. If you lived outside the peninsula, it was hard to get any infor­mation at all. Then, in the early 1990s, the Malaysian government started supporting and promoting scuba diving as a tourist attraction, actively going out and telling the international diving community what was available, and encouraging resorts to set up diving operations. At first, diving on the peninsula was completely overshadowed by the spectacular dive sites in Sabah notably Sipadan and Layang Layang but that's starting to change. Word is spreading that the peninsula has some great sites, and the all-round charm, convenience and holiday appeal of these places more than compensate for any minor shortcomings in the diving.

Related Tour Packages and Information

Indonesia Pulau Tenggol Lombok Peninsular Malaysia
Johor Marine Park Pulau Tioman Malaysia Perhentian Island
Nusa Tenggara Sumatra Bali The East Coast Island
Payar Marine Park Pulau Redang East Java West Java Indonesia


All tours are customizable and can be extended as per requirements
Travel Requirements
 Arrival date:    Local Transport:  
 No. of Persons:      Budget in US$:
 (per person per day)
 
 No. of Days:    Accommodation:  
 Places to be covered:  
 Also interested in :   Escorted Guide  Local Sightseeing  Airport Pickup
Personal Information
*Your Name:   *Your E-mail:  
*Your Country:    Phone:
 (Country/Area Code)
 
*Describe Your Travel Plan:
  Explore Kerala   Glimpses of South India   Hill Stations in India   India Tour Package
  Voyage to India   India Spiritual Vacation   Travel in India   Holidays in India
  France Tourism :
  South Asia Destinations :
  Italy Tourism
  Caribbean Island Tourism
  Malaysia Indonesia Tourism
  Rajasthan Tourism
West Indies Tourism Singapore Tourism Philippine Tourism Ireland Tourism England Tour Packages
Home  |  Travel Agents in India |  Travel Web Directory  |  Email
Copyright ©world-traveler.com