The East Coast Peninsula is geographically cut off by the mountainous Main Range and thus has retained its traditional customs, arts and crafts, coconut plantations and unique traditional houses. The off shore islands (Pulau) offer superb diving, with colourful hard, soft, whip coral and abundant fish life. The coral is in an excellent condition due to the existence of a conservation program overseen by the Fisheries Department and not being exposed to a huge number of divers.The unhurried pace of life makes it an ideal destination for a relaxing holiday far from the maddening crowd. The rainforest at Taman Negara National Park is easily accessable, with a train journey through the mountains, to the central highlands with its old colonial hill stations established by tea planters. The diving in Peninsular Malaysia is extremely pretty and fairly undemanding. It is therefore best suited to beginners or those looking for some nice diving in a tranquil and beautiful surrounding.
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