ABOUT US
JURUKIR DIVE RESORT
Jurukir Dive Resort with its unique combination of heritage and dive resort tag, is devoted to promote the local traditional heritage and eco tourism. Its a place where guests come to relax and appreciate the craftmanship of traditional woodcarvings in a modern resort setting, whilst learning to discover and care for the ocean with its eco-friendly activities.
28 Rooms available with 6 types of room, located at Teluk Dalam Beach,Perhentian Island Malaysia (Perhentian Besar). Collaboration with OctoDiver Scuba Diving Centre (PADI Authorised Dive Centre S-34051)


Vision:
You protect what you love:
To inspire others to love and care for traditional heritage and the ocean. 

Values:
1. We give our services with a smile.
2. We embrace and reflect our tradition in giving our services.
3. We treat everyone with respect at all times.
4. We are helpful and responsive to our guests.

Getting Here
Normally the boat ride to the Island from the Kuala Besut jetty will take 30 to 45 minutes but if the weather is bad and the water is very choppy, travelling may take as long as 2 to 3 hours. The standard return  boat fare is MYR70 per person for which we are also able to book for you.

From Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
by BUS
Daily busses from TBS Kuala Lumpur Bus Station (Terminal Bersepadu Selatan) to Kuala Besut Bus Station depart at 0900am & 2200pm. The bus ride takes about 8 hours. There are a variety of Bus operators and these include:-
1) Sani Express
2) Perdana Express 
3) Queen Express.
The one way bus fare is around MYR50 per person and tickets may be purchased online or at TBS

by Flight
The nearest airport to Kuala Besut Jetty is Kota Bharu Airport (KBR).
1. Daily flights from Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KUL) - Malaysia Airlines.
2. Daily flights from Kuala Lumpur International Airport 2 (KLIA2) - Air Asia.
3. Daily flights from Subang Airport Kuala Lumpur (SZB) - Fireflyz, Malindo Air.
The flight time is about 55 minutes.
From KBR Airport you may take a Taxi/Cab or Bus to the Kuala Besut Jetty. The taxi ride is about 40 minutes and will cost MYR75-MYR80. The bus ride is about 2 hours and will cost MYR6
(Safe diving practice recommends at least 24 hours no fly time after your last dive. Please keep this in mind when booking return flights)

Scuba Diving
Jurukir Dive Resort in calobration with OctoDiver Dive Centre by Ocean Elements. PADI Authorised Dive Centre (S-34051). 

OctoDiver by Ocean Elements is attached with Jurukir Dive Resort. Owned & managed by Ocean Elements Dive Centre Perhentian. OctoDiver Dive Centre is Scuba Diving operator around Perhentian Island Malaysia. OctoDiver offer an ultimate small group tour with in-depth itinerary made from scratch. Relaxing on the empty, well preserved beaches for stress relief.

​Located at Deep Bay Beach, Big Island. (Pantai Teluk Dalam, Pulau Perhentian Besar). Octo Diver Dive Centre Perhentian Island was founded in 2015. Octo Diver Dive Centre is also a member of Greenfins. 

Awarded Dive Pro of the Month (August 2018) and Best Rated Scuba Instructor by Diver Magazine UK and RateYourDive.com

Octo Diver Dive Centre Perhentian Island practices a "See No Touch Policy" for all our divers. Octo Diver Dive Centre Perhentian Island is made up from a team of diving professionals who truly believe that diving is safe and fun. Octo Diver Dive Centre Perhentian Island is committed to diver safety whilst providing an enjoyable scuba diving experience. Octo Diver Dive Centre is fully equipped with all the very latest PADI training tools and teaching methods, so you can be sure to get the most up to date scuba diving training courses. The water temperature around the Perhentian Islands is consistently warm ranging from 28’C to 30`C season round so wetsuits are non essential. Discover the amazing underwater world of the Perhentian Islands in Malaysia. Join us scuba dive with Turtles, Reef Sharks and Rays. If we are lucky, we might even get to swim alongside a Whaleshark at Tokong Laut (Temple of the sea) catch a glimpse of an Eagle Ray at Terumbu Tiga (T3) or get caught in a Barracuda tornado at Kapal Polis (Police Wreck) 
Details about Scuba Diving
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