Tuesday, 3 June 2008

Perhentian Islands Scuba Diving

Here at Scubaworld.tv, we regularly look at the content on site, and take on board users suggestions on how we could possibly improve our offering. So when a number of you starting requesting more information on the opportunities for scuba diving in Malaysia, we thought we would initiate a major overhaul of our Malaysia scuba diving channel.

As part of these changes, we have launched our new Diving In The Perhentian Islands page, which will provide you with what you need to know about diving in the Perhentian Islands.

The Perhentian Islands are located in Terengganu, on the north eastern coast of peninsula Malaysia. A true glimpse of paradise, these islands were surely made for the postcard industry! Palm fringed white sand beaches, coupled with turquoise clear blue waters ensure that the Perhentian Islands are the sort of destination that make the longer journey time worthwhile.

The scuba diving in the Perhentian Islands is of a good standard, and today the island has managed to develop an established diving industry which attracts a large number of scuba divers to its shores each year. Dive sites such as the Temple of the Sea, the Sugar Wreck and the Vietnamese Wreck all provide opportunities for divers to see some excellent coral formations, as well as an abundance of marine life.