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Malaysia offers a wide variety of dive sites, each with its own distinctive features. Wreck diving in Labuan Island where you can see an American, Australian and Malaysian wreck lay intact since World War II. Other dive sites include underwater attractions such as reefs, walls and coral gardens. Some of the most popular locations are in Sabah on the island of Borneo. Sabah is home to the Tunku Abdul Rahman Marine Park and Pulau Tiga. In addition, some of the other islands of Sabah offer a peaceful dive such as Lankayan Island, Layang Layang, Mabul and world famous Sipadan Island.

Malaysia is in the Coral Triangle, which is home to 75 percent of the world's coral species. Malaysia is also home to six of seven of the world's species of sea turtles. You can see schools of frogfish, ghost pipefish, various species of butterfly fish, clown fish, angel fish and parrot fish. Predators found in Malaysian waters include barracudas, moray eels and lionfish. You can also find several species of sharks that hunt mainly at night and are not aggressive toward humans. Shark types include hammerhead sharks, leopard, white tip reef and gray reef.