Diving with My Mola
The surface of the Earth is 70% water. Jump in with My Mola to explore the amazing underwater world that lies just beneath the surface. Together we can explore the most amazing scuba diving destinations for your next holiday. From coral reefs to shark dives, let's discover the wonders of the deep blue sea.
Singapore is a great jumping off point to some of Southeast Asia's most sought-after diving destinations. Here are my top picks for a the best places to go diving on a long weekend from Singapore.
The legendary diving around Nusa Penida and Nusa Lembongan has made it on to every divers bucket list. Here are the many ways to access the incredible dive sites that surround these beautiful islands.
The island of Bunaken, just off of the coast of Sulawesi, is truly a scuba diver’s paradise. Divers flock from around the world to explore the waters surrounding Bunaken, hoping to discover what makes this tiny island one of Indonesia’s most sought-after scuba diving destinations.
Pulau Hantu may not be a wold-class dive destination, with its muddy seafloor and typical visibility of only one to three meters, but it is a great day trip for divers in Singapore who need to get a quick scuba fix.
The tiny islands of Sipadan, Mabul, and Kapalai are known around the world for having some of the best scuba diving anywhere on earth. If you are looking for a spot that showcases the best of what scuba diving in Asia has to offer, Sipadan, Mabul, and Kapalai is the trip for you.
Choosing a great company to dive with can really make or break your dive trip. Selecting a quality dive shop can seem a little daunting, especially for people that are new to scuba diving. Here are some tips that I have put together from my personal diving experience that hopefully will be helpful when you are choosing a company to dive with on your next vacation.
Whether you are a free diver, scuba diver, or just a sun worshiper, Tulamben and Amed are uniquely beautiful places to spend a few days while traveling around Bali.
Life in Monterey's kelp forest is diverse and abundant. The cold water brings a host of species not found in warmer waters. Giant sea bass, leopard sharks, colorful rockfish, lingcod, and countless varieties of macro creatures make this their home.