DIVING IN TIOMAN
Tioman, once rated as the Top Ten Most Beautiful Islands in the World, is visited by island hoppers, sun lovers, snorkelers and divers in the thousands every year. The marine areas around Tioman and other nearby islands, an area two nautical miles from the coast, have been gazzetted as marine parks to conserve and protect marine flora and fauna such as fish, coral reefs and aquatic floras from being destroyed by fishing and other human activities.
The Island is located about 35 km off the east coast of Peninsular Malaysia in the South China Sea. Most visitors to Tioman depart the mainland from the port town of Mersing, located on the north east coast of Johor, the southern-most state of Peninsular Malaysia. Shaped like an inverted apostrophe, it measures about 22 km long and 11 km at the widest point, and has an areas of about 130 sq km, making it the largest island on the east coast of Peninsular Malaysia.
DIVING ONBOARD MV NAUTICA
The long coach and ferry journey is a thing of the past. There will be no more discomfort of having to carry around heavy luggage and dive gear. After a tiring day of pure fun diving, it shall be a good choice of relaxing inside your cozy cabin or lazing around either at the Sun Deck or the open air dining area. And to top it all, there will be a parade of freshly prepared sumptuous buffet meals to power you up for the adventure filled 3D2N weekend trip onboard MV Nautica. Without a doubt, it is a leisure dive experience to be on every diver’s list.
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Cuddlefish Divers offers an array of dive adventures around the region including Bali,Bunaken Manado, Lembeh straits, Phuket and many more.
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DIVING IN PULAU HANTU
Hantu Island (or Pulau Hantu, as it is known locally) is located in Singapore waters, just a short boat ride off the southwest coast of Singapore. With 2 individual islands, Hantu Besar (Big Ghost) and Hantu Kecil (Small Ghost), visitors can actually walk between the islands during low tide. Although Pulau Hantu is located in the close vicinity of Pulau Bukom’s refineries, they still boast a very rich reef collection, popular amongst snorkelers and divers alike.