Tuesday, November 18, 2014

Magnificent Underwater Scene of Pulau Hantu

There’s a place in Singapore where you can indulge in the beauty of nature you may have never imagined before.

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Pulau Hantu is a spectacular island situated in southern Singapore. Its splendid water sceneries have attracted thousands of people from various parts of the world. Stay active and fit by exploring more of what Pulau Hantu has in store for people from all walks of life. Marvel at the God-given sights that surround this one of a kind place in Singapore where everything under the sun is possible.

Monday, November 10, 2014

Sentosa Island: Singapore's Underwater World with a Twist of Dolphins

Sentosa Island is an elegant, yet nature friendly place in Singapore you won’t be able to resist. A refreshing side of Singapore is visibly present at Sentosa.

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If you still haven’t been to Sentosa, then you’re missing a lot of things. Rest assured that only good things await you at Singapore’s leading tourist spot. Don’t be afraid to trust your instincts. Below are the attractions surrounding Sentosa that will never fail to take your breath away in an instant.

Tuesday, February 25, 2014

Learning to Scuba Dive? Try It in Hong Kong

You wouldn’t think of Hong Kong as a dream destination for diving. Visually, it’s just not that appealing, and visibility is often not the best. Locals, however, insist that it’s a great place to begin learning, and here’s why.

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Hong Kong, first of all, is an island so you won’t lack for dive sites. Rob Christie of the South China Diving Club says conditions are easy enough for rookies. Average visibility is at five to ten meters, with a greenish, murky tinge. This isn’t caused by pollution, but by the seabed’s topography, which is silty and sandy. Particles are too easily stirred up by tides and have a hard time settling at the bottom.

Sunday, February 16, 2014

Thrilling And Adventurous Scuba Diving

The most important thing which would strike while planning for scuba diving is that what constitutes minimum equipment or the diving tools which recreational divers must have and should use on each dive? To some extent, it will be the factor of environment and also purpose of dive.

Cold water diving
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Moreover the Divers in the cold water need more thermal protection as compared to the divers in the warm water. Divers who are usually engaged in the activities, like underwater photography and night diving, deep diving, wreck or ice or the cavern diving, needs extra specialized diving tools that may not be required by the sight-seeing divers in the open or shallow water.

Thursday, January 23, 2014

7 Underwater Paradise Picks You Can Find in Southeast Asia

Summer is just a few months away! If you’re willing to make short-term sacrifices for your long-term goals—like going on trips every year—you’re sure to have enough money put by for your travel plans.

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For glorious tourist spots, Southeast Asia is an ideal place to spend your vacation in. Take a tour of breathtaking places. Go on an underwater exploration and be astonished with spectacular sights—swim close to the fish that you could practically count their fins or admire the vivid colors of underwater plants!

Thursday, January 16, 2014

Exploring Precious Aquatic Creatures in Underwater World Langkawi Malaysia

One of the biggest thrill that people get out of scuba diving is interacting with sea creatures. Not everyone can just take a trip to a sea side town and hop on a boat to go scuba diving somewhere so the next best thing to looking at sea creatures would be in aquariums.

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For Malaysian scuba divers and sea lovers, there’s the Underwater World Langkawi that can help them get close to their beloved sea creatures without getting wet.