So many places to dive - where does your journey start? I have been to over 35 countries and have logged over 600 dives around the world. Going on a trip is one of the best things in particular when you are able to explore the underwater world. It creates memories for life. Here are places where I have been for diving.
I got HAMMERED finally! Was greeted by 100s of hammerheads 😍 It's a must to visit! Yonaguni is also famous for the underwater ruins.
Rashdoo, the Maldives
Great fun diving with Big Blue Divers :D They made me felt like home and diving was amazing too!
Fuvahmulah, the Maldives
My first encounter with the tiger sharks! They were calm and curious ~ got up-close with him 😍
Gili Trawangan, Indonesia
My first step into tech diving! Did my course with Theresia Gollner in Blue Marlin Dive Tech. Only good things about her and the dive shop! Highly recommended ~
Anilao, the Philippines
Been always curious about BLACK WATER diving. Finally done it and LOVE it! felt like diving in space ~ It's a must to try!
Tubbataha Reef, the Philippines
Been always wanting to dive Tubbataha Reef and it was AMAZING! seabed full of corals ~
Nusa Lembongan, Indonesia
THE famous manta point ~ You won't be disappointed!
Truk Lagoon, Micronesia
Fortunate to dive in Truk Lagoon, the underwater museum, the wreck-diving paradise, to see what is left from World War II. It's a divers must visit place!
Another great weekend in Phuket~ Diving Racha Yai and Racha Noi
Apo Island, the Philippines
Dive sites were full of beautiful corals! Can't wait to get back and dive with Dive Society Dumaguete :D
Koh Tao, Thailand
An island full of divers! Enjoyed my stay and met some nice people :D
Puerto Galera, the Philippines
Great place for getting your scuba certification~ Huge dive site variety.
Koh Lanta, Thailand
IDC with Camille Lemmens and Ann Gammage at Blue Planet. I am lucky to have great instructors and buddies to do the course with 😀
Raja Ampat, Indonesia
Beautiful place - both in the water and on land! Highly recommended for Liveaboard. There are way too many dive sites to explore 😍
Coron, the Phililppines
Famous for its shipwrecks! I didn't dive all of the wrecks but each of them is covered with marine life and makes you interested to investigate its history.
Savu Savu, Fiji
Divemaster course with Korosun Dive. Mr. and Mrs. Skipper were amazing. I got "hammered" with them 😍😜 (hammerheads btw 😅)
Amazing day dives but if you like night dives, here is one for the "bucket-list" (at Alimatha Jetty) - countless barracudas, sharks, rays and jacks circling around you 😳😁 My best diving buddy always get nice shots with the sharks~
Bohol, the Philippines
It's true! You make new friends when you go diving!! This is where the Skunkass members met~ Go dive at Snake Island! It was 😳😬☺️🐍
Travelled with my sister and my best friend. It was their first dive trip and they got spoiled!! Manta, sharks, turtles, cuttlefish, tuna, nudis and more!
Perhentian Island, Malaysia
More than 20 dive sites just around the island. Not only famous for its marine animals but also for these giant lizards on land!
The Big Island, Hawaii
Back to where I first fell in love with diving. I was there during the whale season and got lucky to dive with dolphins! Go for the manta night dive in Kona. It's a must if you are there! (video will follow shortly in my Stories ☺️)
First time in ClubMed! Great underwater scenery but the water was a bit too cold for me 😅
the Similans, Thailand
Another trip to the Similans. I have done day trips and liveaboard but I highly recommend liveaboard so that you can be away from the crowd. Revisited Richelieu Rock where cuttlefish are always seen 😃
Palau offers GREAT dives and highly recommend for liveaboard. Jellyfish Lake used to be one of the "must do's" when you visit Palau but in recent years, access has been restricted.
Andaman Sea, Thailand
Hin Daeng and Hin Muang meaning red rock and purple rock in Thai. These sites are covered with soft corals with vibrant red and purple colours! 😍
My first experience with a rebreather! It's different and it was difficult at first but I love how you can get close to marine life!! No more bubbles, no more run-away fish 😍
Malapasqua, the Philippines
Diving is fun and PADI courses are too!! Thresher sharks during my PADI Rescue Diver course~
Crystal clear water but... no fish 😅 and my divemaster mistaken "nudi" (nudibranch) with nude people 🙃 when I asked him to show me one - he showed me the nude people at the beach 😅
Can't get enough of Sipadan! Turtle Tomb is one of the most exciting dive site which requires a guide and experience. It's covered with skeletons of turtles and dolphins because apparently they couldn't find their way out and suffocated 😥
the Similans, Thailand
My first Manta😆!!! After four years of searching for these giants, I finally encountered them in Koh Bon, at West Ridge. Will never forget that moment!! We stayed as long as we could 😍🙌🏾
Layang Layang, Malaysia
The drop off was beautiful! One island - One dive resort! You get all the fishes to yourself! I was there with my buddy for hammerheads but we missed the chance - now, there is more reasons to revisit! 😎
Mafia Island, Tanzania
I must say this is the most beautiful place I have ever visited. Both in and out of water was breathtaking and the locals were amazing!
Naha, Okinawa, Japan
Diving at Zanpa with the whale shark! First time to see these giants up close! 😍
The Liberty Wreck was breathtaking and it's one of my most favourite wreck dives. It's 120m long and so much to explore ~
One of the most famous dive sites in the world. Visibility was more than 30m - full of marine life. My eyes were getting dizzy from looking at all the fishes swimming around me! I was also lucky to have done my Advance Open Water course here ~ Highly recommended for both divers and snorkelers 🙌🏾
Davao, the Philippines
More than 20 dive sites around the island and it's good for beginner divers! Locals were really friendly as well 😊
Ishigaki, Okinawa, Japan
Crystal clear water and colourful underwater sceneries 😍 my first time to see these nudis and I quickly fell in love with these sea slugs!
Sai Kung, Hong Kong
Who knew one can dive in Hong Kong?! Finally got my Open Water in 2007. Exciting journeys ahead of me ~