Oceanic Quest Dive Centre
Brunei is famed to have one of the best wreck diving and macro diving in the world, and you’ll get to experience the best of it through lessons from the Oceanic Quest Dive Centre.
If you are planning to explore the depths of Brunei, the Oceanic Quest Dive Centre is the best place to go. Established by Stephen Ng in 2009, it is not only one of the pioneering dive centres in the country, but it’s also a popular choice among local and foreign professional divers. Be ready to explore the eerie underwater remnants of World War II – the expert divers of the centres will help you become a better scuba diver through different diving courses. They also have hardcore photographers and best spotters that are familiar with the different habitats that will guarantee you a memorable diving experience.
The Oceanic Quest Dive Centre is located in No.6, Simpang 46, Jalan Perusahaan, Muara.
Opening Days and Hours
The Oceanic Quest Dive Centre is open daily from 9:00 to 17:00.
Entry Fee and Bookings
An introductory course on the Discovery Diving for a day is USD 180, PADI training and certification for 3-4 days for USD 500.
How to Get There
Charter a car from Bandar Seri Begawan to the Oceanic Dive Centre.
- Solo Travellers/Backpackers
Time to Spend
Suggested duration in this attraction is three hours to 3 days.
Popularity and Best Time to Go
The best time to visit the Oceanic Quest Dive Centre is from January to April. These months are perfect for diving activities.
Dining places located near the Oceanic Quest Dive Center include Muara Town Chicken Rice, Red Leaf Restaurant, Meogja Restaurant, Arrebah Restaurant, and Ayamku Restaurant.
- Muara Beach
- Meragang Rocks
- Pelong Rocks
For accommodations, you can head over to Palm Garden Hotel, Jubilee Hotel, Times Hotel, Easybox Homestay, Mulia Hotel, Poni Homestay, and LeGallery Suites. Rates range from USD 22 to USD 75.