Photos - Sipadan, Malaysia
Fish... and more fish
Did we mention Sipadan is teeming with fish?
Scuba diver with fish
You might not need an exposure suit when diving in warm tropical waters... This place is teeming with fish. P6233362P.jpg
School of Barracudas
Schools of barracudas sometimes start circling scuba divers.
Scuba diver with school of fish
Juvenile barracudas congregate, adults are mostly solitary.
Small Boat Wreck
Small boat has turned into a colorful artificial reef.
Yellow Snappers at Wreck
Open Water Diver
Open water scuba certification opens up a whole new world to explore.
Green humphead parrotfish storming
Green humphead parrotfish storming. DSC05840P.jpg
Diving with humphead parrotfish
Green humphead parrotfish
Green humphead parrotfish is the largest species of parrotfish, growing to lengths of 1.3 m.
Green humphead parrotfish up close.
Green humphead parrotfish up close. Really close...
Close-up photo of a crocodile fish.
Adult barracudas are mostly solitary and hunt alone.
Whitetip reef shark checking out a diver.
Whitetip reef shark
Whitetip reef shark is the most common shark seen by scuba divers at South East Asian reefs.
Blueppotted ribbontail ray
Moray eel catches prey
Moray eel catches a fish and the moment is caught by a diver's camera.
Sipadan was originally made famous by the legendary Jacques Cousteau and has since been considered offering some of the world's best dive sites.
It is teeming with fish. Sipadan is a popular choice as a dive holiday destination among Hong Kong divers. You may want to bring along a camera...
Strong currents, steep walls, turtles and barracudas characterize diving in Sipadan. Advanced certifications are recommended for diving there, but near-by Mabul (and your likely place of stay) has great dive sites for newly certified scuba divers as well.
Photos from a scuba trip to Moal Boal in the Philippines. Whale sharks, turtles, etc.
Indonesia is gaining reputation as a scuba diving destination quickly. And for a good reason. See photos from Raja Ampat.
Sipadan is considered one of the best dive sites in the world. Gallery of underwater photos.
Pictures from various wrecks around Asia. There are hundreds of wrecks in South East Asian waters. Many of them are reminders of the battles fought during the Second World War, some are deliberately sunken to form artificial reefs.