Introduction of Diving Sites - Southeast Asia

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Introduction of Diving Sites - Southeast Asia

Bali in Indonesia has warm waters, large coral reefs, and abundant marine life. Reliable diving schools and operators scattered all over the coast of Bali can train beginners or arrange challenging tours that will satisfy the most experienced divers. For shooting the coral reefs, maybe you need to take the UV underwater video light as the dive gear.

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Palawan in the Philippines is known as a seaside utopia because of its more than 1,000 large and small islands around it. The more famous diving sites are Rita Island, Pandan Island, Bang Lima Reef, and Tubbataha Reef, among which Tubbataha is a good place to watch sea turtles and birds. 

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Sipadan in Malaysia is the world's top five cliff diving. The water temperature is mild, the current is gentle, and the visibility in the water is also medium-to-high. There are abundant fish. Sea turtles and sharks shuttle in front of your eyes at any time. There are also lionfish, salamanders, and moray eels. During night driving, you can see 1.5 to 2 meters in length. Giant iron-headed parrots snore in their burrows in the cliffs. The father of diving, Jacques-Yves Cousteau, called it "a work of art that has never been violated".