Scuba Dive Site Around Phuket
Koh Racha Yai-Noi, Shark Point, Anemone Reef, Dok
Mai Island, Phi Phi, King Cruiser Wreck, Similan
scuba diving destinations has long been kept
wonder of a secret from the world. Phuket is
blessed with beautiful seas, offers visitors the
spectacular diverse underwater experiences with
an unforgettable diving experience. It's the
World-class diving vacation, heavenly ultimate
port to embark and immaculate gorgeous beaches.
With clear water visibility, an average water
around 29º C, and unexplored reefs, Phuket -
Thailand provides some of the most best and
supreme diving sites found anywhere in the
most famous dive landscapes around Phuket, with
only take an hour + 30 mins boat trip. They
offer great variations of underwater's seascape
(rocky wall, colourful soft or hard coral,
boulders, unexplored reefs) at different depth.
Racha Yai-Noi, Shark Point, Anemone Reef, Dok
Mai Island, Phi Phi, King Cruiser Wreck, Similan,
divers can choose our undersea treasures.
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Racha Yai Diving
"Big King Island" is
situated about 1 ½ hrs (11kns) south of Phuket -
Thailand. Raja Yai offers hard coral reefs,
sandy seabed, shallow
water coral boulders
and, of course, the stunning beaches.
There are a wealth of dive sites
excellently suitable for beginners and snorkelers.
Raya Noi Diving
Raja Noi offers the furthest scuba dive sites
with a good variety of underwater boulders and
scenery, with only 15 km south of Phuket -
Thailand. You can feel that Racha Noi Island is
truly like Similan Islands. The extra depth and
distance means divers a exciting chance to see
some of the larger fish like Manta Rays and
Shark Point Diving
Shark Point, a small
rock at Hin Mu Sang lying
1½ hrs east of Phuket - Thailand, is a marine
sanctuary with a great variety of fishes.
The main attractions are the large beautiful sea
fans and colourful soft corals
around the magnificent pinnacle, tropical
fish, and the Leopard Sharks.
Anemone Reef Diving
This Hin Jom
(Submerged Rock) lies just close to Shark Point, has
dramatically great fields of beautiful sea anemones.
Approachable, trusting Leopard Sharks are also
to be seen together with some huge schools of
smaller fish and some bigger marine such as, Moray
eels, Tuna and Barracuda.
Mai Island Diving
A Flower Island
(in Thai) situated an
hour east of Phuket - Thailand. A vertical wall
limestone islet and caves dive where you can spot
everything. A great variety of invertebrates are
also to be found here, such as lobster, crabs, sea
horse, zigzag clams, and moray eels.
Phi Islands Diving
The Phi Phi Islands are
real potpourri of
undersea sensations for scuba diving. It
rapidly becomes famous for their
above the crystal, but undersea, the
tropical marine life
is also just as spectacular. As a diver, you'll
enjoy the beautiful
above the ocean. The picturesque
coral encrusted emerald water attracts a large
variety of myriad and diverse marine life. You may
get a good change to see the whale shark.
Cruiser Wreck Diving
Close to Shark Point,
King Cruiser lying almost perfectly at a depth
between 13 and 32 m, with the weight of 3,000 ton.
It sank in May 1997 at 10:30 am by hitting the
underwater pinnacle with no loss of life. As re
result, wreck is now home of a variety of marine
creatures, such as big eye trevally, scorpion fish,
barracuda, snappers and fusiliers. The surrounding
areas also provide place for squid, puffer fish and
the usual moray eels. The wreck can impress divers
who never experienced a wreck before and enjoy
Similan Island Diving
The Similans Islands situated on North-West of
Phuket - areas are composed of 9 picturesque islands
surrounded by all beautiful marine, stunning
beaches, tropical forest.
Koh Bon is located
about 20 kilometers North of Koh Similan - and
features a 33 meter wall facing a small cove, and a
step-down ridge that carries on to depths of over 50