Asia

    Scuba diving in Asia can take you to areas that host a greater variety of marine life than anywhere else on earth. You can dive in the South China Sea, the Pacific Ocean and the Indian Ocean, or submerge in the area where these waters mix to form the epicenter of biodiversity – The Coral Triangle. Wreck diving on historic shipwrecks, wall diving on offshore pinnacles from a liveaboard or shore diving on a house reef are all possibilities when diving in Asia. The diving choices are as vast and exciting as the countries in this region.

    Cambodia’s tropical waters are teeming with marine life and colorful reefs. This scuba destination has a reputation for its tropical islands, a variety of fish species and a range of diving environments to suit every diver. The beauty of Cambodia is the wealth of diving sites that this destination has to offer.

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    India is a large country and with 8000-kilometres/5000-mile of coastline you’d expect scuba diving opportunities to abound.

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    Indonesia is an epicenter of biodiversity, hosting a greater variety of marine life than anywhere else on earth.

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    For scuba divers, Malaysia's biodiversity is nothing short of stunning. Imagine crystal clear waters surrounding beautiful islands with pure, white beaches and palm trees swaying in balmy, tropical breezes, all set against a backdrop of lush, green rainforest

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    The coconut palm and the yellow-fin tuna, symbols of the Maldives, say a great deal about this nation of more than a thousand islands.

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    Located at the southwestern tip of the Japanese archipelago, Okinawa is comprised of 160 islands, 49 of which are inhabited, spreading 1000 kilometres/620 miles from east to west and 400 kilometres/250 miles from north to south. Okinawa’s proximity to Southeast Asia once made it an important trading hub; now, the region is growing in popularity as a dive destination for Chinese and Korean tourists due to its beauty and close proximity to Taipei, Shanghai, Hong Kong and Seoul.


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    With more than 7100 islands, the Philippines can legitimately be called Asia’s beach capital. A tropical climate, warm water, vast coral reefs and mind-blowingly beautiful flora and fauna make this country a true scuba diver’s paradise.

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    Think Singapore. Think shopping; think hotels and restaurants; think international business hub. This buzzing metropolis, with five million people from all corners of the globe living on some 710 square kilometres/275 square miles of land, is an interesting and busy spot.

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    Sri Lanka is an amazing dive destination. This island nation has for millennia been a crossroads of historic shipping lanes, the Silk Road and other trade routes have shaped its unique culture. The landscape is as vibrant and varied above the water as it is below.

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    At the heart of Southeast Asia, Thailand, the "Land of a Thousand Smiles", is a country proud of its unique culture and famous worldwide for its cuisine.

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    From breathtaking natural beauty such as the idyllic beaches of the pristine coastline and islands, to thousands of motorbikes buzzing through one of the many vibrant metropolises such as Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam is a land of staggering natural and cultural experiences. This unique country is also famed for its food, among the most flavorsome and healthy on the planet, and its friendly locals, who have helped Vietnam become a must-visit tourist destination. 
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