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Pearl of the Andaman

Known as the Pearl of the Andaman, Phuket, roughly the same size as Singapore Island, is a major tourist attraction of Thailand for divers and non-divers alike. The surrounding waters contain a wide variety of marine life and is a very well established dive destination. Most of the diving done in Phuket takes place in the islands south of Phuket such as Racha Yai, Racha Noi, Koh Doc Mai, and the Phi Phi Islands.

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Day trips out to the islands is the way to explore the dive sites. Highlights of the area include The King Cruiser Wreck, Koh Doc Mai with its steep walls, Shark Point where you can catch the Leopard or Zebra Sharks resting on the seabed, and the Phi Phi Islands with their beautiful caves and rock formations. Lucky divers may even catch a whale shark or manta at these sites.

Explore the rest that Phuket has to offer after your dives. Spectacular scenery, stunning tropical sunsets and warm blue sea awaits you at Asia’s most popular beach destination. This fun island provides an unbeatable combination of perfect silky soft white palm-lined beaches. Patong is the main tourist beach that offers the craziness and nightlife only Thailand can provide. Kata and Karon are both more relaxing and the beaches are some of the nicest in Phuket.

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Interested?

Check our trip schedule or contact us today and book your next dive trip.
Tel: +65 6557 2705       Email: info@scuba.com.sg

 

Diving is possible between November and April.

Traveling during the Monsoon Season from April to October is not advisable due to strong winds.

 

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