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Diving in Singapore
When to go to Singapore
Singapore has a tropical climate. It is characterized by the following temperatures: air averages of 29-31C/84-87F and water — 27-29C/80-84F.
Diving in Singapore is better in April and May, as those months are the hottest here.
Usual visibility ranges betwee 10-20m/32-65ft.
What to see
Scuba diving in Singapore let divers encounter such marine species as catfish, anemonefish, nudibranchs, clownfish, crabs stonefish, stingray, starfish, butterfly fish, octopi, turtles and even nurse sharks occasionally. Divers can examine different types of soft and hard corals, gorgonians and sea fans while diving in the area.
Scuba diving in Singapore
Singapore is a destination, being simultaneously a country, an island and a tourists' destanation. The destination Singapore is extremely popular with travelers as they can both relax on the finest beaches and spend days on sightseeings. One of the most popular activities in Singapore is diving. The rich underwater world charms every diver, who decide to explore it. Thousands of small creatures hide in multiple crevices in rock formations, colorful fish lively whirl among coral reefs, large species leisurely roam around various slopes and ledges. However, Singapore is popular not only for its natural marine riches, but also for the big amount of wrecks in the area. Divers head for the South of Singapore destination to get to its nearest islands as Pulau Bukum, Pulau Senang and Sentosa and dive in that area. Diving in the West of the destination is possible near Tuas and Choa Chu Kang in several local dive sites. Diving in the East of Singapore is possible around Ubin and Tekong Besar islands. Average depth is around 5-40m/16-65ft with moderate currents. Dive sites are advisable for divers of all levels and accessible either by boat or from shore.
Most popular dive sites
Divers can dive in various dive sites around Singapore. The most popular dive sites to explore magnificent reefs are Pulau Hantu, Pulau Sudong, Pulau Salu and Sisters Island. Wreck diving is possible in such dive spots as Sudong Wreck, Hantu Wreck, Sisters Wreck and Ghost Wreck.