Malaysia is blessed with some of the richest waters in the world,Guest Posting providing home to countless marine species, some of which are getting endangered and can’t be found in other seas. With such a diverse marine ecosystem, there’s no wonder why Malaysia is a top destination for many divers and is visited by both scuba diving enthusiasts and underwater photographers from all over the world. There are many dive sites in this country, and that includes the world-famous island of Borneo. For many diving enthusiasts and underwater photographers, to dive Borneo is to dive into a paradise of beautiful and truly captivating underwater life.
Komodo Island diving
Scuba diving in Komodo
Scuba diving Komodo
Komodo Island Scuba diving
Scuba diving Komodo Island
Many of those who have experienced Borneo diving say that nothing really beats diving into the beautiful waters of the island. Borneo’s tiny little islands of Sipadan, Layang Layang, Lankayan, Mataking, Mabul, and Kapalai all boasts of scuba diving sites that offer spectacular sightings of some of the world’s hard-to-find marine species, such as ghost pipefish and mandarin fish. There are also sites where divers can spot and get captivated with the swirling tornadoes of barracudas and hammerheads and get a close encounter with whale sharks.
Borneo, particularly the island of Sipadan, is also home to a large population of sea turtles of different species, which include olive ridley, leatherback, and hawksbill turtles. Meanwhile, the islands of Mabul and Kapalai are famous macro dive sites where some of the world’s rare little critters, abound. These islands are popular destinatio