Being listed as one of the most beautiful islands in the world, Pulau Tioman is frequently visited by divers across the world each year. it offers a lot of options if you are a scuba diver while the Soyak Wreck is among the most renowned spots here.

Who can scuba dive in Tioman Island?

Tioman Island is actually a haven for divers as it is suitable for those in every level. In fact, a lot of scuba diving operators carry out their course here which means it is perfect for beginners while the seasoned divers come here each year to the many dive sites to have a good time inside the deep waters.

Tioman Island is known for housing many types of sealife that cover reef sharks, fishes, turtles, rays and such. Besides that, you can find a lot of coral reefs, both hard and soft while being in the deep sea gives you the opportunity to swim around quite easily. While most people come here to only to dive and experience the beauty within, some like the underwater photography activities here.

When to dive in Tioman Island?

The best time to visit Tioman Island is around the middle of the year which is usually May to August. However, if you are planning to come for scuba diving, you can actually start around February and this goes on until late October where the remaining months are wetter. Between March and May and September to November.

Conditions for Diving in the Island

If you are here during the diving season, you will experience mostly clear and still water with visibility ranging between 10 and 30 meters. The current here is quite calm with water temperature at an average of 28 degrees Celsius.

Specific location to dive

Tioman Island actually has more than 20 popular dive spots, each of which have their own uniqueness and difficulty levels. Teluk Kador is quite a popular place while most divers will tell you to head out toward Tiger Reef or to Magician Rock, which offer some of the most beautiful sights around.

Other known places to scuba dive includes the Soyak Wreck which has 2 sunken fishing boats, Chebeh Island which has several dive spots, the Fan Canyon, Malang Rock, the Bahara Rocks known for its rich species of fishes and Pulau Labas, among others.