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Diving King Cruiser

Around 20 KM

  • Anemone Reef

    Level of difficulty: ★★☆☆☆
    Current: Mild to Moderate
    Description: This is a relatively small but busy dive site, busy as in busy with fishes (sometimes with divers)! As the name suggests, the dive site is covered with anemone- homes to little Nemos! Oh, if you’re lucky and know where to look, you can also see sea horses here.

    Anemone Reef

  • Shark Point

    Level of difficulty: ★★★☆☆
    Current: Mild to Moderate
    Description: Contrary to the name, Shark Point is unlikely to be where you have the shark encounter of your life time, due to pollution and overfishing, Instead, it’s one of the most colourful dive site here in Phuket, hosting big sea fans, different types of moray eels and school of barracudas. It is also a popular spot for cuttlefish to come and mate and for whale sharks to cruise by during high season.

    Shark Point

  • King Cruiser

    Level of difficulty: ★★★★☆
    Current: Moderate to Strong
    Description: The infamous King Cruiser wreck in Phuket. There are just so many fish that it can actually reduce visibility- you simply cannot see pass them. Big school of snappers and different types of lion fish are amongst the marine life that occupy the wreck. Current tends to be on the strong side so we would recommend this dive site for more experienced diver.

    King Cruiser

  • Koh Doc Mai

    Level of difficulty: ★★★☆☆
    Current: Mild to Moderate
    Description: Perfect dive site for macro photographers, beautiful nudibranch of various types are not uncommon sight here. You may even find sea horses, ghost pipefish, anglerfish, moray eels, boxer shrimps, scorpionfish and so on. It is a wall dive, with some shallower parts for beginners. It’s a good site to do drift dive and it’s always exciting to look into the nooks and crannies for some curious little creatures. Not a bad idea to carry a dive torch with you.

    Koh Doc Mai

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    No 20/7 - Boat Lagoon - Thepkasattri Rd.
    Phuket - Thailand 83000
    +66 86 025 9358

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Anemone Reef

Level of difficulty: ★★☆☆☆
Current: Mild to Moderate
Description: This is a relatively small but busy dive site, busy as in busy with fishes (sometimes with divers)! As the name suggests, the dive site is covered with anemone- homes to little Nemos! Oh, if you’re lucky and know where to look, you can also see sea horses here.

Shark Point

Level of difficulty: ★★★☆☆
Current: Mild to Moderate
Description: Contrary to the name, Shark Point is unlikely to be where you have the shark encounter of your life time, due to pollution and overfishing, Instead, it’s one of the most colourful dive site here in Phuket, hosting big sea fans, different types of moray eels and school of barracudas. It is also a popular spot for cuttlefish to come and mate and for whale sharks to cruise by during high season.

King Cruiser

Level of difficulty: ★★★★☆
Current: Moderate to Strong
Description: The infamous King Cruiser wreck in Phuket. There are just so many fish that it can actually reduce visibility- you simply cannot see pass them. Big school of snappers and different types of lion fish are amongst the marine life that occupy the wreck. Current tends to be on the strong side so we would recommend this dive site for more experienced diver.

Koh Doc Mai

Level of difficulty: ★★★☆☆
Current: Mild to Moderate
Description: Perfect dive site for macro photographers, beautiful nudibranch of various types are not uncommon sight here. You may even find sea horses, ghost pipefish, anglerfish, moray eels, boxer shrimps, scorpionfish and so on. It is a wall dive, with some shallower parts for beginners. It’s a good site to do drift dive and it’s always exciting to look into the nooks and crannies for some curious little creatures. Not a bad idea to carry a dive torch with you.

Diving Hind Daeng

More Than 20 KM

  • Hin Daeng

    Level of difficulty: ★★★☆☆
    Current: Mild to Moderate
    Description: Hin means rock in Thai. Daeng means red, due to the red corals that cover the rocks. Together with its sister dive site, Hin Muang, they have been known as the best dive sites of South Andaman. Hin Daeng is teeming with life, ranging from big pelagic animals to macro critters on the wall. On the north east side, you will find a big channel, which you can swim through to the west side. Current can be strong and the deep areas are very deep, so always watch your depth gauge.

    Hin Daeng

  • Hin Muang

    Level of difficulty: ★★★☆☆
    Current: Mild to Moderate
    Description: Hin Muang, meaning the purple rock, is a long, narrow dive site covered with purple corals. Similar to it’s neighbour dive site, Hin Muang is full of sea life, such as schools of barracudas, snappers and moray eels hiding in the crevices. In the sandy areas, you may find leopard sharks and rays. Manta rays and whale sharks are not uncommon during high season. As it is a deep dive site and the current can be strong, you may want to sharpen your buoyancy control and kicking skills before visiting the dive site. Trust us, it’s worth the effort.

    Hin Muang

  • iDIVECENTER

    No 20/7 - Boat Lagoon - Thepkasattri Rd.
    Phuket - Thailand 83000
    +66 86 025 9358

    eMail:
    inquiry@idivecenter.com

    iDIVECENTER Head Office

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Hin Daeng

Level of difficulty: ★★★☆☆
Current: Mild to Moderate
Description: Hin means rock in Thai. Daeng means red, due to the red corals that cover the rocks. Together with its sister dive site, Hin Muang, they have been known as the best dive sites of South Andaman. Hin Daeng is teeming with life, ranging from big pelagic animals to macro critters on the wall. On the north east side, you will find a big channel, which you can swim through to the west side. Current can be strong and the deep areas are very deep, so always watch your depth gauge.

Hin Muang

Level of difficulty: ★★★☆☆
Current: Mild to Moderate
Description: Hin Muang, meaning the purple rock, is a long, narrow dive site covered with purple corals. Similar to it’s neighbour dive site, Hin Muang is full of sea life, such as schools of barracudas, snappers and moray eels hiding in the crevices. In the sandy areas, you may find leopard sharks and rays. Manta rays and whale sharks are not uncommon during high season. As it is a deep dive site and the current can be strong, you may want to sharpen your buoyancy control and kicking skills before visiting the dive site. Trust us, it’s worth the effort.