ADEX Singapore 2024

Join us at the ADEX Singapore 2024 diving exhibition!

We are excited to announce that All 4 Diving Indonesia will be an exhibitor at the upcoming diving exhibition ADEX Singapore from 12 to 24 April 2024 at Suntec Singapore Convention Booth H10. As a leading dive centre in Bali, we are dedicated to offering the best diving experiences and PADI courses. To make this event even more special, we are offering an exclusive lucky draw prize for attendees who enroll with us during the exhibition.

What’s in Store for You:

– Daily diving trips and snorkelling adventures in Bali

– A wide range of PADI courses for all levels

– Expert guidance from our experienced dive instructors

– A chance to win an exciting Lucky Draw Prize!

How to Enter the Lucky Draw:

  1. Visit our booth at the exhibition.
  2. Provide your email address and phone number for a chance to win the lucky draw prize.

Lucky Draw Prize:

A lucky winner will receive a free diving trip, including a guided tour of some of Bali’s most breathtaking underwater sites.

Don’t miss this opportunity to dive into adventure with All 4 Diving Indonesia. We can’t wait to meet you at the exhibition and help you explore the beauty of Bali’s underwater world.

Contact Us

To book with the ADEX promotion, please email us at or call us at +62 811-3868-666.

Get your ticket here.

ADEX 2024 Singapore special offer
2024/04/12 10:00:00

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