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For the adventurous diver, South East Asia's world class diving destinations offer a splendid look into the magical underwater population.

Asia's orld class diving destinations provide a glorious opportunity to experience the wonders of the natural world close-up. The magical, mythical wonders of the sea wait for the adventurous spirit to explore like the proverbial kid in a candy shop.

The following are some of the best diving spots voted on by our internet users.

1. Barracuda Point, Sipadan Island

Sipadan is a very small island off the east coast of Sabah, Malaysia. Unencumbered by tourists, the island is a diver’s dream.

Barracuda Point is just one of approximately 14 amazing dive sites off Sipadan where Barracuda feed. Sipadan is possibly one of the most amazing dive islands in the world with awesome array of sea life, a 2000 ft drop off and abundant coral. Sharon West.

2. Lembeh Strait, Indonesia

Lembeh is simply the best place in the world for macro photography and muck diving. All the broadest range of unusual small tropical marine life is present.

3. Southern Thailand

Thailand’s best diving is in the Andaman Sea. The areas of Hin Mouang and Hin Daeng near Phi Phi Leh are worth the trip to Thailand alone. But, the Similan and Surin Islands offer a vast variety of fantastic sealife. Shallow coral reefs and schools of beautifully coloured fish also make the islands great for snorkelling.

4. Bali, Indonesia

Bali hosts a number of fantastic dive sites from shipwrecks to glorious coral reefs and indigenous sealife. The fortunate diver must travel through the beautiful Balinese countryside in order to reach the best dive sites, miles away from the normal tourist destinations.

Blue Lagoon and Tulamben were just amazing, fantastic wealth and diversity of fishes, coral and plants. All of that very far away from all the tourist places which is an absolute advantage in Bali.

5. Yongala, Australia

Yongala is Aboriginal for wide watering space. Part of the Great Barrier Reef, the Yongala shipwreck was given protection under the Historic Shipwreck Act in 1981. Although divers can not enter the ship itself, the area around entices a spectacular array of sea life from octopus to radiant coral.

Like swimming in an aquarium. National Geographic quality video with a larger variety of marine life than I’ve ever seen, including a grouper the size of my couch!

6. Thistlegorm, Red Sea

Thistlegorm is Gaelic for Blue Thistle. Located in the Strait of Gobal, the Thistlegorm shipwreck happened in 1941 by an air attack. The ship was carrying war supplies from Britain. Still in remarkably good ship, it takes more than just a few hours to explore all this dive has to offer.