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Amazing Padang, Indonesia!

As a dive destination, Padang is relatively undiscovered. After all, the Indian Ocean is a vast sea of diverse and thriving marine life. Hundreds of little uninhabited islands rocky outcrops scatter the Indian Ocean giving refuge to both pelagic & macro marine life.

Diving at Padang is truly an exploration dream. With its amazing visibility, there's plenty.
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Amazing Palau! 帛琉之潜

The dive sites in Palau are known to be one of the last pure and untouched found in the Pacific. The famous dives, like Blue Corner Wall and Ulong Channel, have high visibility (over 30 m) and a rich diversity of marine life with loads of large pelagic species. Totally unspoilt diving - couldn't wish for more - sharks, turtles, millions of fish, parrotfish, wrasse,.
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Diving with the PWD (People With Disabilities) 2017 in Perhentian Island

This is the 6th year PSP Malaysia organizes Marine Dive with the PWD event. It is not our first, but definitely not last to continue creating awareness among society, in order to provide opportunities to our less fortunate friends in leading a quality lifestyle regardless of their impairment. We have done the similar dive event in Tioman, Redang, Mabul Island, and this year in.

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Layang-layang, Sabah

Off the mystical island of Borneo approximately 300km northwest of Kota Kinabalu in Sabah, Malaysia lies a little gem within the deep blue sea, fondly known as “The Jewel of the Borneo Banks”.

The 20m deep lagoon has some great macro creatures to be found including seahorses, cuttlefish and pipefish but it is the pelagic visiting the outer walls that truly excite divers. Schools of.
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