Komodo National Park is located about 200 nautical miles east of Bali was established in 1980 to protect the endangered Komodo Dragon. The park includes 3 major Island: Komodo, Rinca and Padar and marine waters of about 130,000ha. Komodo national park houses more then 1,000 species of fishes and 260 species of reef coral, with dugong, sharks, manta rays, whales, dolphins and sea turtle also making the list.
Raja Ampat is located in West Papua, off the island of New Guinea. It comprises of 1,500 small islands Raja Ampat has over 1,200 species of fishers and 600 coral species. The variety of marine life is simply breath taking. Drift diving is common in Raja Ampat due to moderate currents.
Sipadan was made popular by Jacques Cousteau in 1989 after spending 3 months diving around the island conducting its research. Ever since, it has made its way into 1 of the top diving destination in the world.
The Maldives is renown for being one of the top diving destinations in Asia, and quite possibly in the world. Its islands and surrounding waters blessed with white sandy beaches, crystal clear waters and are teeming with marine life, in particular, large pelagics like manta rays, tunas, giant trevallies and a variety of sharks, including whalesharks.