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Where is your favourite Malaysia dive spot?

Sibu
0 (0%)
Aur
4 (4.9%)
Dayang
11 (13.6%)
Tioman
7 (8.6%)
Tenggol
2 (2.5%)
Kapas
1 (1.2%)
Bidong
0 (0%)
Redang
7 (8.6%)
Lang Tengah
0 (0%)
Perhentian
5 (6.2%)
Jarak
0 (0%)
Langkawi
1 (1.2%)
Sipadan
38 (46.9%)
Labuan
0 (0%)
Tunku Abdul Rahman
1 (1.2%)
Other
4 (4.9%)

Total Members Voted: 81

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bryan norman

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Re: Where is your favourite Malaysia dive spot?
« Reply #30 on: 30 Jan 12, 20:56 »
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  • Wow, amazing, Dayang is ranking so highly. Then again, it doesn't surprise me much. I always thought it was me, but the diving there was always happening when I used to go. One trip I skipped a dive and my girlfriend spotted a whale shark with her group.

    Dayamg more often than not, in my experience anyway, has awesome vis and a lot of life down there. One day I saw the biggest lobster I ever saw. It was a monster. Also spotted huge barracuda, plenty of dolphins and a giant triggerfish. As well as your regular dwellers of course.

    Dayang, never a dull moment. A bit weird how little press it gets here in Singapore.

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    Re: Where is your favourite Malaysia dive spot?
    « Reply #31 on: 31 Jan 12, 13:26 »
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  • I went to Dayang in 2010. DM ws so inexperienced, didn't bring us to gOod spots. Unfortunately, did not enjoy my trip at all. :(

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    Alvin Ho

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    Re: Where is your favourite Malaysia dive spot?
    « Reply #32 on: 31 Jan 12, 16:17 »
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  • I went to Dayang in 2010. DM ws so inexperienced, didn't bring us to gOod spots. Unfortunately, did not enjoy my trip at all. :(

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    What you mean by good spots? The DM is usually not paid and not like a dive guide so got to temper your expectations and also learn to spot marine creatures on your own and enjoy your own dive with your buddy.
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    Re: Where is your favourite Malaysia dive spot?
    « Reply #33 on: 31 Jan 12, 16:48 »
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  • What you mean by good spots? The DM is usually not paid and not like a dive guide so got to temper your expectations and also learn to spot marine creatures on your own and enjoy your own dive with your buddy.

    agree...

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    Re: Where is your favourite Malaysia dive spot?
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  • absolutely tioman