Free Diving

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Hall 1 PWTC | 12 – 14 June 2020

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Hall 1 PWTC |  12 – 14 June 2020
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Wreck Diving

12,656 Visitors in 2019

Hall 1 PWTC | 12 – 14 June 2020

Technical Diving

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Hall 1 PWTC | 12 – 14 June 2020

Underwater Photography

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Hall 1 PWTC | 12 – 14 June 2020

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As you know, #Mide isn't just for the adults! It's a kid-friendly event where they'll have as much fun as you meeting other kids and learning new skills.

From art and craft to figuring out great ways to reuse every items and recycle, kids will have a whale of a time while you browse for new equipment, holidays or attend forums.

We look forward to seeing you and your family at #mide2020!

👉 12-14 June at Hall 1, PWTC KL 👈

#underwater #scubadive #diveholiday #knowledgeispower
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⭐️ In Pulau Perhentian, specially designed dive programme gives disabled Malaysians a confidence boost. ⭐️

Published by Malay Mail – Written by Melanie Chalil

PETALING JAYA, Oct 1 — A group of ten differently-abled children proved that disability is not inability in a special dive programme held at Pulau Perhentian recently. The students of Sekolah Kebangsaan Pendidikan Khas Kuala Besut were introduced to basic scuba diving skills such as breathing through a regulator underwater and finning technique.

They learned the basics in a pool at Mimpi Perhentian Resort at Terengganu’s Perhentian Island Kecil before moving on to a shore dive by the jetty for a dive experience unlike any other. Though the children were said to be shy at first, they quickly warmed up when they got into the water with their scuba buddies.

Organised by Diveheart, the international non-profit organisation founded in 2001, provides and supports educational scuba diving programmes for children, adults and veterans living with disabilities. Diveheart seeks to build confidence, independence and self-esteem through scuba diving, scuba therapy and diving-related activities.

“The difference in the confidence level of the children was like day and night, with a definite confidence boost after the exciting dive experience,” organisers said in a media statement. The Diveheart Malaysia team spent months raining for the event and putting together a team who were able to bring the experience of diving to the differently-abled.

Serving as a role model and inspiration to many, a deaf-mute certified divemaster Gary Goh who has logged more than 3,000 dives. Goh explained open water scuba techniques to the children using sign language. “I am thrilled to say that events like this does not only builds bridges between us but also reinforces our hope in humanity,” Diveheart Malaysia ambassador and Kids Scuba Dive Centre founder Syed Abdul Rahman Syed Hassan said.

“If all of us of different abilities can respect each other like this today, then we can really ‘imagine the possibilities’ for a better tomorrow.”

Goh was also joined by three young women, amputee Nooraishah Arshad, visually impaired Ereen Pasbullah and paraplegic Nurul Fathiah who went on multiple boat dives to take in the beautiful marine life that Pulau Perhentian is loved for.

Diveheart and Kids Scuba Malaysia have been training disabled divers since 2015 and trainings are held every month.

👉 So folks, please make some time to attend our Diving with Diasbility' forum at #MIDE2020, where you'll hear from the panel the benefits of diving for PWDs and how you can assist PWDs improve their well being and underwater experiences.

FORUM: Diving with Disability
WHEN: 14 June 4.30pm - 5.30pm
WHERE: Main Stage, Hall 1, PWTC KL

#wellness #sport #underwater #scubadive #PWD
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With 20 years of diving experience and now a master diver, Tracey only started underwater photography five years ago. She currently uses a Nikon D850 with a Seacam underwater housing. She hopes her photographs can inspire others to protect the wonder of the underwater world.

With the underwater world as her place of calm and silence in this hectic world, Tracey named the Solomon Islands, Cocos Islands, Philippines, Indonesia (Raja Ampat), South Africa and the Azores as her favourite places to dive so far. Having just moved to Malaysia after living in Singapore for 10 years she’s looking forward to exploring the waters of Malaysia.

In 2018, Tracey was the first female winner of Australian Geographic Nature Photographer of the Year. Widely published in the likes of NatGeo online, Ocean Geographic, BBC, and several scuba diving magazines, she’s also taken home many awards – winner of Natures Best Africa Oceans,
finalist of Ocean Geographic, category winner & runner up for Australian Geographic, 2nd and 3rd place Asia Pacific Challenge, awarded at Oztek, and 2nd place Australia Nikon portfolio.

Come along and hear more about Tracey's adventures and top photography tips at the Women in Diving forum at #MIDE2020. She will be on the panel along with other experts on 13 June from 12.30-1.30 on the Main Stage.

#underwater #photography #MarineLife #scubadive 🐠🐬🦑
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