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Scuba Diving Thailand Newsletter

October 2003 - Contents

Read on for more information on:

  •    Manta Rays
  •    Macro diving in Malaysia
  •    PADI Deep Diver Specialty
  •    PADI Emergency First Response
  •    Travel tips
  •    Travel & dive insurance
  •    Flying-after-diving

New destinations

Dive Malaysia and Dive Burma

Expanding your options!

Hi dive buddies - Dive The World are pleased to announce 2 new destinations which are currently available to assist you in planning your next diving vacation.

Malaysia diving is world famous due to the wonders of Sipadan Island off Sabah's east coast, but Malaysia has much more to offer scuba enthusiasts with a complete range of underwater experiences:
Malaysia scuba diving

You can also now explore the wonders of Myanmar from our new website section dedicated to diving in Burma and the legendary Burma Banks:
Burma diving

You can expect the same independent advice at no extra cost to you so check out these new sites today by clicking on the links above. Or use the locations bar at the top, right hand corner of this page.

Creature Feature - Manta Rays

More about these majestic creatures and the dive sites of Thailand and Malaysia where you can see them

Read on for more on these elegant, graceful gliders...

Destinations Feature - Malaysian muck diving

The name may not create an appealing image in your mind, but your dive log will testify that Muck Diving is a extremely rewarding underwater activity.

The experience of one skeptic is recorded in this article and concludes with a resounding recommendation to include muck diving in your future scuba diving plans.

To discover more about this new diving adventure click here...

Into the Deep

The first of a series of articles on diving education begins with the PADI Deep Diver Speciality course.

In this series you get both the expert advice of our highly experienced instructors coupled with the story of one of our students who has recently undertaken the course.

We think that you will find this approach both informative and fun and that you will take the opportunity to expand your diving knowledge on your next diving vacation.

For an alternative approach to diving education click here...

Emergency First Response

A new PADI programme in emergency care and first aid, to replace PADI Medic First Aid which will cease to be resuscitated at the end of 2003.

Read this for more details...

Tips to Travel by

Having difficulty fitting your cosmetics bag into the boot of the car? When your 2 hands, the porters trolley and missus' angry stare are just not enough.....

Read on for our useful checklist...

To Insure or Not to Insure

That is indeed a question...

If you’re considering taking out travel and or diving insurance for an upcoming dive holiday, read this for some thoughts...

New Flying-after-diving Guideline

Need to get home in a hurry after your diving holiday?

Now you can fly a little earlier after PADI announce their new flying after diving guidelines.

Read on for the latest recommendations...

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