Scuba diving in Kuching
The diving season in Kuching starts annually around the month of April to September.
Why dive in Kuching? We have a few islands that are gazetted as national parks for turtle conservation with fringing reefs filled with both hard and soft corals. The natural reefs are also a habitat to many macro critters and nesting place for fishes and crustaceans. The shallow depth is perfect for longer dive time making it ideal for a relax and fun day out at sea.
For the more adventurous and experience divers, there is always the wreck diving to do. We have artificial reef wrecks, commercial ships and the popular WWII Japanese wrecks.
Malaysian Ringgit (RM)
Day trip only. 2 dives per trip due to unpredictable weather after lunch time. Minimum 2 pax for a trip.
Boat transfer, guide, drinking water, weights and belt.
RM120 per day
(rash guard, regulators, bcd, mask, fins, belt and weights)
All rates are based on ex-PMSC boat launch at Santubong.
Rates maybe different depending on payment mode as extra cost may incur.
From Kuching city to Santubong will take about 45 mins by land. Divers may take a taxi - RM60 per way or charter their own car.
PMSC can arrange for land transfer at RM50 per pax (min 2 pax).