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					Malaysia's crystal clear blue waters and diverse marine life, which
include some of the rarest marine ecological species, make the country a
hotspot for diving enthusiasts from across the world. Many visit the
country just to have a glimpse of its healthy and abundant marine life
that offers spectacular underwater experience. It's a diving hotspot for
many professional divers and is a great place for many individuals to
start learning how to dive. Malaysia PADI agencies make it all possible
for individuals to learn and enhance their diving skills. There is a huge
variety of courses offered in the country; each teaching first-time and
novice divers the basics of diving, as well as certain standard operating
procedures when underwater.

PADI, or Professional Association of Diving Instructors, a world-renowned
organization for divers all over the world, offers a huge variety of
comprehensive diving courses to diver wannabes and issues certifications
after the courses are completed. As with PADI courses offered in other
countries, PADI courses in Malaysia are also available in different
levels and types, from open water diver courses and master scuba diver
courses to advanced open water diver courses. With the comprehensive
courses offered by PADI in the country, along with the many exciting
diving sites that it has, Malaysia is indeed the best place to learn
diving.

The PADI open water diver course program is the basic and most popular
diving program. Most of such programs offered in Malaysia include diving
sessions in a diving pool, knowledge development sessions, and of course,
the exciting and thrilling diving sessions in some of Malaysia's best
diving sites. After learning the basics of diving, students are allowed
to dive to no more than 18 meters along with a certified diver.

Meanwhile, the master scuba diver course program, which is the highest
nonprofessional PADI recreational scuba diving certification, provides
students the opportunity to gain diving experience and explore new diving
destinations. Earning the master scuba diver certifications means that
the holders have acquired significant training in diving and have gained
different underwater skills. Before taking this program, students are
supposed to have completed PADI-certified courses on open water diving,
advanced open water diving, and rescue diving.

What could be the most comprehensive of all PADI course programs is the
advanced open water program. Students can choose one from many specialty
courses offered by the program, such as deep diving, drift diving,
underwater navigation, search and recovery, and multilevel diving to name
a few. After completing the program, certified divers can start exploring
reefs of up to 30 meters and get a close encounter with Malaysia's
diverse marine life.

The comprehensive diving courses offered by PADI and the multitude of
beautiful fish and magnificent coral reefs are not just the reasons why
Malaysia is the best place to learn how to dive. Apart from these, nearly
all diving centers in Malaysia are known for offering world-class quality
of instruction. Teachers and coaches are certified divers, have undergone
extensive training, and have a good experience in diving. And, of course,
anyone can learn how to dive in Malaysia - regardless of their age,
whether they are experienced divers or not - for as long as they are in
good health, relatively fit to dive, and are comfortable in water.
Malaysia PADI agencies are there to help them go through a successful,
enjoyable, and unforgettable diving experience.

				
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