OPEN WATER DIVING COURSE

Experience unparalleled adventure and see the world beneath the waves, this is where it starts. You will learn diving while having great fun.

  Knowledge development

  Confined water diving practice

  Diving equipment knowledge

  4D3N explore the lovely sea

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ADVANCE DIVING COURSE

Advance your diving skill, explore deeper and identify reef fish, work on your buoyancy, night dive, shipwreck and many more.

  Peak performance buoyancy

  Fish identification

  Search & recovery

  Deep Dive(30m+)

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Snorkeling

Glide past the waters on a kayak or discover the mysteries of the underwater world and the beautiful, graceful creatures that exist under the waves. Grab a snorkel and get up close to them.

  Great Ocean View

  Sandy Beach

  Fascinating Marine Life

  Experience Warm And Calm Sea

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Leisure Dives

We will introduce you to the top diving sites that the island and we ensure you’ll experience the very best of this stunning destination and the exciting world that is waiting beneath the waves.

  Explore Top Dive Site

  Open Water Certification Require

  Fascinating Marine Life

  Experience Warm And Calm Sea

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PERHENTIAN ISLAND

Imagine crystal-clear waters, reflecting turquoise skies and perfect for diving and snorkelling, jungles thick and fecund, and beaches with blindingly white sand. At night, beach bonfires and phosphorescence in the water illuminate the velvety black fabric of darkness, and myriad stars are mirrored above. The Perhentians offer all this and more. There are two main islands, Kecil (‘Small’), popular with the younger backpacker crowd, and Besar (‘Large’), with higher standards of accommodation and a more relaxed ambience. Boats can take you out to five smaller islands for day trips.
High season ends in mid-September and November brings in the powerful monsoons. The best time to visit is between March and November.
Pulau Perhentian is located in the South China Sea 21 km from the coast of Kuala Besut, Terengganut. For hundred of years ago vessel sailing from the south coast of Peninsular Malaysia to Bangkok will stop-by for a rest and shelter at the Island. They all an ancient merchant carrying food, jewelry, vast and etc. As the activities of merchants, sailors and traders from the South of Chinese Sea have taken place, the island is getting popular for their 'one stop station', these Islands were named as 'Once Stop Island' so called 'Pulau Perhentian' in Malay language. It comprises of two islands; Pulau Perhentian Besar and Pulau Perhentian Kecil. Both islands are surrounded by beautiful palm-fringed powdery white sandy beaches and crystal-clear turquoise-blue sea. Perhentian Island has more than 20 dive spots that are suitable for all levels of experience. New divers can have a nice relaxing reef dive while be amazed by the brilliantly colored tropical fish and coral. Experienced divers can enjoy the freedom of spectacular reef diving, adventurous wreck diving and deep dives in an extremely idyllic and laid back setting.
Journey to the islands takes about 30 to 45 minutes by speed boat and one and half hours by slow boat. There are a number of boat operators in Kuala Besut offering boat services to Perhentian Island. The return boat ticket cost RM 60.00 per person for speed boat and RM40.00 per person for slow boat.
You may board a night coach which depart from Kuala Lumpur (8 hours), Singapore (9.5 hours), Johor Bharu (9 hours), Penang (8 hours), etc. and arrive Kuala Terengganu Bus Terminal around 6.00am the next morning. There is also direct bus from Kuala Lumpur to Kuala Besut.
Fly with Malaysia Airline, Air Asia or Fireflyz from Kuala Lumpur to either Kuala Terengganu or Kota Bharu (45minutes). After arrive at the airport, take either a bus or taxi to Kuala Besut jetty. The journey will be take about 1½ hours from Kuala Terengganu airport / 1hours from Kota Bharu airport.