group dived near Pulau Tokong Sanggol, small island near coastal town of mersing in state of Johor, in water about 50 feet deep.
Mr Chesters and Miss Molina survived in the sea for almost three days and were saved on Saturday off Bintan Island in Indonesia, southeast of Singapore, about 50 miles from place they dived. They are in hospital in stable state.
Ms. Grodem from Norway was rescued on Thursday. She said they surfaced safely after diving, but were unable to find their boat and were then swept away by the strong current.
Cyril Edward Nuing, Mersing County Police Chief, said the Malaysian forces would on In standby help with Search for Naten how it went in Indonesia.
He said: “We believe that there is a high probability that he will no longer in In the waters of Malaysia on Motion of sea currents, as well as time and location where were the other victims found.”
Malaysia was opened to foreign tourists only from last week after twoyear ban during a pandemic. From April 1, fully vaccinated people can enter the country without quarantine.