Best Dive Sites In Malaysia: Mabul Island

Mabul diving sites offer so much for the diving enthusiast to see. It is the most densely populated area of small, exotic fish and other marine life in the world. Mabul is thought to be home to the term “muck-diving.” It is a dream destination for many underwater photographers because of the sheer number of rare sea creatures that can be found there. The following is a list of the best dive sites on the island.

Artificial Reef

This man-made reef can be found on the east side of the Malaysian island. Dive resorts in Mabul got together to create this one of a kind dive site made of sunken boats, crates, pyramids, and other man-made structures. There are many diving packages that visit this site to take scuba enthusiasts to see schools of trevally, frogfish, and potato groupers, just to name a few.

 

 

Seaventure

Although the site is the unsightly remains of an old oil rig, there are plenty of wonders to be found at this Seaventures Rig Dive. Fifty feet below the water’s surface, divers can go below the rig to find a myriad of fish that include spot fin and zebra lionfish, scorpion fish, and pygmy seahorses. You may also run into Elvis the eel. He lives in the waters of Mabul and has been known to make an appearance during many dives.

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Froggie’s Lair

Two sunken ships lie in this gradually sloping reef. There is so much life to be found here. Stargazers, crocodile fish, and octopus are commonly spotted at this site. Throngs of frogfish can be seen swimming around the waters of this diving area. In addition to those fish, divers will see always discover new breeds wading in these waters. Froggie’s Lair should be a must see on every diver’s destination list.

 

 

Check out the famous Seaventuresdive Mabul island package is a great way to see all of the astonishing dive sites that Mabul has to offer. A land of discovery is awaiting divers to take advantage of the beautiful water and the life that lives in the depths below.

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