The Dives In Malaysia
In order to dive with a maximum satisfaction in tropical waters in Malaysia, divers must have a certain sense of maturity, which is only accomplished through experience and sound rationality.
Here, the dive master/instructor show the divers the way, as if acting like a leader and only interferes in times of urgent situations. Like always, divers must be accompanied by a buddy and must adhere to all the instructions received prior to each dive, in order that they donít endanger themselves.
As most dive sites are relatively distant from one another, and while there is usually a large number of dives conducted coupled with the dive times incorporated, using a wrist computer is largely advisable. Of course, one is also able to dive without this but taking into consideration of the different depths within the waters of Malaysia and the awesome marine life, a wrist watch would definitely come in handy (although one can be pretty pricy, especially when you are just starting off!)
The best dive sites in Malaysia would be that of Sipadan, Mabul, Kapalai, and Layang-Layang islands. These islands are located off the shores of Sabah, which is in East Malaysia on the island of Borneo.