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Monthly Archives: January 2015

Tioman Dive Trip @ March’15

Start the diving season with our trip to Tioman Island! Tioman Island (Pulau Tioman) is a small island located 32 km off the east coast of Peninsular Malaysia in the state of Pahang, and is some 39 km long and 12 km wide. The densely forested island is sparsely inhabited, and is surrounded by numerous coral reefs, making it a popular scuba diving spot. There are also a lot of resorts and chalets around the island which has duty-free status.

Wanna learn how to scuba diving and explore underwater? Talk to us today! Email fun@divekl.com for more info

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Redang Dive Trip

Start the diving season with our trip to Redang Island! Redang Island, locally known as Pulau Redang or just “Redang” is one of the largest islands off the east coast of Malaysia. It is one of nine islands, which form a marine park, and which offer snorkeling and diving opportunities.

Wanna learn how to scuba diving and explore underwater? Talk to us today! Email fun@divekl.com for more info

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The Healthy Diver: Beat the Headache Blues

The tranquil underwater world may put your mind at ease, but for many divers, the hours that follow can be one big headache. Don’t let throbbing pain put a damper on your next dive. Here’s a look at the most common culprits and how to head them off at the pass.

Don’t let this headache ruins your vacation!

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Tips to Clear Your Mask Easily

Many scuba newbies find mask clearing very tricky at first. Often they rush through this skill during their entry-level training, hoping to get it over with as soon as possible so that they won’t have to do it again.

In reality, though this is the skill that you’ll probably use most often while diving. Here are a few easy ways to make this essential skill a snap.

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Can Scuba be a Good Workout?

Although scuba is technically a sport, for most of us, diving is more about calm than cardio. One of scuba’s biggest attractions is the relaxation it offers, as well as the chance to escape from the frenetic pace of life on land. Most dives require very little physical work once underwater, and so it’s hard to think of scuba as part of a fitness regime.

Scuba is beneficial not only as a viable form of physical exercise, but also for mental and emotional wellbeing. Read on, to find out more!

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