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Anita Reef ... click for more Anita Reef
Anita's Reef slopes from the reef flat at 5-10m down to the sandy bottom in a depth of 25m. Colourful corals are scattered along with powdery sand creating a beautiful contrast
rated, discovered 486 time(s).
Thai Muang region, Phangnga
Anita Reef ... click for more
Barracuda Point ... click for more Barracuda Point
Barracuda Point's reef slope falls from the reef flat at 5-10m down to a sandy bottom of 26-28m. Some rare species such as black-ray partner goby can be spotted as well as sharks
rated, discovered 436 time(s).
Thai Muang region, Phangnga
Barracuda Point ... click for more
Beacon Reef - Atlantis  Wreck ... click for more Beacon Reef - Atlantis Wreck
Beacon Reef is a fringed reef that borders the whole west side of Koh Similan island No.8, featuring a steep drop-off from a depth of 5m to a sand bottom at 30-40m.
rated, discovered 462 time(s).
Thai Muang region, Phangnga
Beacon Reef - Atlantis  Wreck ... click for more
Boonsung Wreck ... click for more Boonsung Wreck
This tin dredger called 'Boonsung' sank around 20 years ago. The 30m long and 10m wide wreck is covered in barnacles and sponges and lies at a 18-20m depth on flat sand.
rated, discovered 489 time(s).
Thai Muang region, Phangnga
Boonsung Wreck ... click for more
Boulder City ... click for more Boulder City
Boulder City is a cluster of huge underwater boulders. The majority of the boulders' surface is covered in soft corals as well as huge sea fans. The marine life is truly
rated, discovered 439 time(s).
Thai Muang region, Phangnga
Boulder City ... click for more
Breakfast Bend ... click for more Breakfast Bend
The main features are hard corals such as pore coral, staghorn coral and brain coral. Soft corals are not so common at Breakfast Bend. In the sandy depths of 20-30m it's common to find up to two or three resting leopard sharks in the same dive.
rated, discovered 483 time(s).
Thai Muang region, Phangnga
Breakfast Bend ... click for more
Christmas Corner - Rocky Point ... click for more Christmas Corner - Rocky Point
Christmas Corner or 'Rocky Point' consists of huge boulders falling steeply down below 35m. The boulders are covered in soft corals and sea fans and are stacked randomly
rated, discovered 446 time(s).
Thai Muang region, Phangnga
Christmas Corner - Rocky Point ... click for more
Christmas Point ... click for more Christmas Point
Christmas Point is a cluster of submerged boulders with one exceptional pinnacle breaking the Andaman Sea's surface. Crevices are lined with colourful soft corals
rated, discovered 470 time(s).
Thai Muang region, Phangnga
Christmas Point ... click for more
Chyang Wrack ... click for more Chyang Wrack
The Chyang Wreck was sunk on purpose in 2003 to create an artificial reef. The 30m long and 12m wide wreck came to rest on her side on the sandy bottom in a depth of 35m. Today t
rated, discovered 464 time(s).
Thai Muang region, Phangnga
Chyang Wrack ... click for more
Deep Six ... click for more Deep Six
Deep Six is an underwater continuation of the main island. Clusters of submerged boulders are scattered down to a maximum depth of 35-45m. The boulders are covered with
rated, discovered 463 time(s).
Thai Muang region, Phangnga
Deep Six ... click for more
Donald Duck Bay ... click for more Donald Duck Bay
Three or four large boulders break the surface at the northern end of Donald Duck Bay. Beneath the surface the walls drop down to a sandy seabed at 20m. Close to the rocks you'll
rated, discovered 459 time(s).
Thai Muang region, Phangnga
Donald Duck Bay ... click for more
East of Eden ... click for more East of Eden
The highlight of the East of Eden dive site is a pinnacle called 'Ruan Gluay-Mai' (the orchid garden). It is covered with colourful soft corals and sea fans.
rated, discovered 489 time(s).
Thai Muang region, Phangnga
East of Eden ... click for more
Elephant Head - Hin Pusa ... click for more Elephant Head - Hin Pusa
This group of boulders which emerge from the water is known as Hin Pusa or Elephant Head', so named because of the shape of the rocks above the surface.
rated, discovered 438 time(s).
Thai Muang region, Phangnga
Elephant Head - Hin Pusa ... click for more
Honeymoon Bay ... click for more Honeymoon Bay
At the Honeymoon Bay dive site the corals line up from north to south and gently slope down from 5-10m to a depth of 26m at the sandy bottom. The hard coral reef is interspersed
rated, discovered 451 time(s).
Thai Muang region, Phangnga
Honeymoon Bay ... click for more
Shark Fin Reef - Hin Phae ... click for more Shark Fin Reef - Hin Phae
Shark Fin Reef is formed of granite boulders and hard corals. During low tide 3 pinnacles break the surface, shaped like a shark fin, thereby giving the site its name.
rated, discovered 417 time(s).
Thai Muang region, Phangnga
Shark Fin Reef - Hin Phae ... click for more
Snapper Alley - Gorilla Bay ... click for more Snapper Alley - Gorilla Bay
Gorilla Bay and the outcrops of the more westerly Snapper Alley are joined by coral reefs. Depths rang
rated, discovered 461 time(s).
Thai Muang region, Phangnga
Snapper Alley - Gorilla Bay ... click for more
Turtle Rock ... click for more Turtle Rock
Above the surface Turtle Rock is so named because in profile it closely resembles a turtle. Beneath the surface real turtles are often found too. A dive here features a host of tropical fish and other marine life amongst the coral communities
rated, discovered 455 time(s).
Thai Muang region, Phangnga
Turtle Rock ... click for more
Waterfall Bay ... click for more Waterfall Bay
The small bay has a tiny waterfall starting from the top of the hill. The coral reefs slope to a maximum depth of about 20m. You'll find an abundance of hard coral reef and huge rocks covered with soft corals in a comfortable average depth of 10-12 f
rated, discovered 457 time(s).
Thai Muang region, Phangnga
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