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Liveaboard Diving in Malaysia

Destination

We offer three different Malaysia diving destinations the first being a Sipadan Liveaboard with 16 daily dive permits allowing access to Sipadan best diving on a intensive basis. Other dive sites include Mabul and Kapalai. The second is the area of Labuan which is situated off the coast of Borneo, Malaysia offering yet another fine example of world class diving. Schools of Hammer Head Sharks, Treasure Sharks, Devil Rays and World War II Ship Wrecks and this is just the start of an amazing adventure to this awesome diving destination. The third diving destination is Layang Layang Island which is a coral atoll that is truly one of nature's best creations. Dubbed as 'The Jewel of the Borneo Banks', Layang Layang reveals only the things that dreams are made of... a truly magical marine kingdom of bottomless blue decorated with a kaleidoscope of nature's most lavish seascape. The other diving destination on offer for Malaysia is Aur Tioman & Jack Rock usually via short weekend trips and popular course options.

We have three main Liveaboards offering trips in Layang Layang, Spratly Islands in Malaysia; they are Divemaster Liveaboard, Black Manta Liveaboard and White Manta Liveaboard.
We also have two Liveaboards diving the regions Pulau Tioman & Palua Aur Malaysia departures for these trips are from Singapore Tanah Merah Ferry Terminal with Dive Race Liveaboard and White Manta Liveaboard please see the Liveaboard pages for schedules and itineraries.

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Best time of year

For Labuan, Layang Layang Spratly Islands the peak diving season is from April-July. Aur Tioman Malaysia season is April-Oct. Average water temperature is 26-29 °C visibility can be beyond 30m.

How to get there

The main departure point for the Divemaster Liveaboard is Labuan. Ferries run regularly between Labuan and Kota Kinabalu, Sabah and Muara, Brunei. There are also regular flights from Kuala Lumpur and Kota Kinabalu directly to Labuan. All flights land at the Labuan Airport or Lapangan Terbang Labuan.
The main departure point for the Black Manta & White Manta Liveaboards for Layang Layang trips is Kota Kinabalu Sutra Harbour Marina, there are daily flights from Singapore to Kota Kinabalu.
Dive Race & White Manta Liveaboards depart from Tanah Merah Ferry Terminal Singapore for Aur Tioman trips

Frequently Asked Questions

Currency is Malaysian Ringgits most major currencies are accepted on the liveaboards. Electricity is 220V 3-pin plug. There is a Security Permit Fee for Layang Layang charged at $70 USD.
Insurance: Please ensure you have your own private diving insurance to cover you on the liveaboard.
Visa: Most Nationals including European, UK, USA, Canada and Australian Nationals can enter Malaysia for up to 90 days without a visa. Please check with your local Embassy to see if your country falls under this category.

Malaysian Cuisine

There is a lot of Indian influence within Malaysian cuisine especially with the breads. The main dish is usually served with rice and consists of soup, stews, curries, stir fry's and barbequed meats and seafood. Fruits are plentiful and include Dorian, Rambutan, Mangosteen, Lychee and Mango. Western dishes are always offered on the liveaboards also, breakfast is always a big meal of the day.

Agent Liveaboard on Malaysia

The Malaysian Layang Layang trips are very special indeed and only a few liveaboards are privileged enough to offer dive trips here. It is one of the few places on earth where you will not see another dive boat for miles, the only crowds you will see are schools of Hammer Head Sharks and Barracuda. The perfect Liveaboard Diving destination.

Malaysia Marine Life Gallery

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