The Perhentian Islands in Malaysia’s South China Sea, off the northeastern coast of Malaysia are one of the top destination for diving and snorkeling. The islands offer clear waters and diverse marine life, appealing to both beginners and experienced divers. Popular dive spots include Shark Point, known for its blacktip sharks, and Turtle Beach, where sea turtles can be spotted. Other notable sites include Batu Layar, with its soft and hard coral, Terembu Tiga’s swim-throughs, large boulders, and various types of nudibranch, and the 25-meter pinnacle of Tokong Laut, where divers may spot a whale shark if they are lucky enough. Wreck diving enthusiasts can also explore the San Choi Wreck, Kapal Polis, Kapal Gula, and Kapal Vietnam where tropical fish, sharks, turtles, and rays can be seen. The Perhentian Islands offer a range of diving experiences, from shallow coral reefs to deeper walls and drift dives.