Started diving since 1998. Born in Sabah but unfortunately being one of the world class wall diving ‘Sipadan Island’ was not where I started instead landed in Peninsular. This is where my journey begins.
For some who have known me as ‘Rey’, I started diving in Terengganu. Tenggol Island is the place where I called home. Indeed shall I say born there??… It is like my home with many sweet memories and experiences be it friendship or diving, it has always been a place I never forget and very fond of. The challenging and unpredictable diving profile in Tenggol had groomed me to be a great diver, a guide and finally an Instructor now.
Now that I finally started my own dive center in Tioman Island called ‘Ray’s Dive Adventure’.
Diving season in Tioman starting from Feb to Nov. Tioman Island offers a variety diving profile suitable for all level from easy shallow dive to challenging current dive.
We are using speedboat for all boat dives making every dive a short, sweet & comfortable ride to destination.
We offer full range of PADI courses. Every course that you signed up with us, you will get an exclusive T-shirt courtesy from RDA.
- Open Water
- Advance Open Water
- Rescue Diver
- Emergency First Aid
- Dive Mastering Course
For pricing, kindly e-mail us for details.
How to get to Tioman?
Get yourself to Mersing Jetty (is the main jetty terminal). This is where the ferry takes you to Tioman Island. The other terminal is Tanjung Gemuk Jetty. This jetty is frequently used for visitor travelling via Kuala Pilah direction. Ticket price is MYR 35 /pax for one way.
From Johor Bahru: Approx. 2 hours drive by car.
From Kuala Lumpur: Approx. 4 hours by car using Southern highway from Sungai Besi toll gate, exit Kluang toll and follow Mersing direction. This is easier drive as comparing to using Kuala Pilah route.
The only flight to Tioman Island is via Berjaya Air. For further information on schedule and fare, pls. visit www.berjaya-air.com for details.
From Kuala Lumpur: Departing from Subang Airport.
From Singapore: Departing from Changi Airport Budget Terminal.
From Kuala Lumpur – The recommended bus company is ‘Transnational’, being the most common and the biggest public bus chain company in Malaysia or ‘Sepakat Liner’. Journey takes approx. 5 hours.
From Singapore – Get your way to Larkin bus station (in Johor Bahru). The bus travel from here to Mersing.