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  1. Scuba Diving Phuket When it comes to scuba diving Phuket will leave you craving for more as there are plenty of stunning dive sites apart from the ones mentioned above.  The diving season stays on for seven months throughout the year. Day trips and overnight trips run from October to May and if you are looking for liveaboard trips, you can book yourself anytime between early November to early May with Diveasia. They have an exclusive range of liveaboard cruises that caters to tourists of all numbers with attractive onboard amenities. www.diveasia.com

  2. Best Dive Sites In Similan Islands Situated on the west coast off Thailand in the Andaman Sea, Similan islands is a dream come true site for scuba divers across Thailand. This spectacular group of islands consists of nine tiny islands that flashes bright green forests covered with sandy white beaches conjuring a picture perfect destination for divers and lazy tourists looking to soak themselves under the sun. www.diveasia.com

  3. Diving Similan Islands Those interested in diving Similan islands will never disappoint you in any way. Extensive tropical coral reefs, towering pinnacles, massive coral gardens and rich resplendent marine life makes it a favorite pick for boats, cruises and yachts. The dive sites here vary from gentle sloping tough coral reefs on the eastern coast to current swept wild and rocky landscapes on the west coast. www.diveasia.com

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  5. Christmas Point Christmas Point: A popular liveaboard dive site that comprises of soft corals, boulders, passages and arches that spread out over a vast area on the west coast of the island. The huge boulders are stacked in groups under water on sandy seabed. The site is well known for its famous swim through at 24 meters.  Diving depths range between 10-40 meters with the most awestrucking scenes between 20-30 meters. www.diveasia.com

  6. Anita’s Reef • Lying on the east coast of Similan island 5, Anita's Reef is a gentle sandy slope that flaunts stunning coral bommies and reefs underwater that extends to up to 30 km in depth. There exists a small wreck on the west wide that lies at 28-40m. Marine life that can be spotted here are lionfish, colorful Oriental Sweetlips and the rare but gorgeous clown triggerfish. It is an easy dive site that has gentle currents that makes it an ideal check out dive during a liveaboard cruise. www.diveasia.com

  7. Beacon Point • Situated at extreme south of island 8, Beacon point features large patches of hard coral reef and massive boulders that drops down to almost 40m below the sea.  In this dive site, you will most likely spot Manta rays and Eagle rays in the deep southern waters and common leopard sharks and reef sharks.

  8. Donald Duck Bay • It is named after a rock that resembles Donald Duck’s head that is well known and photographed landmark in the Similans. You can spot large and healthy molluscs, crustaceans, gastropods and among the rubble of rocks, you can see huge bull crabs, decorator crabs, squid and cuttlefish, painted rock lobster and red octopus. www.diveasia.com

  9. Contact us Email us directly at: info@diveasia.com Chat with us via Skype: diveasia Phone: +66 76 330598 (inside Thailand: 076 330598) Fax: +66 76 284033 (inside Thailand: 076 284033) Kata Beach Office: 24 Karon Rd, Kata, Phuket 83100, Thailand Karon Beach Office: 623 Karon Rd, Karon, Phuket 83100, Thailand our @Beach Office: 1/21 Patbang Rd, Kata, Phuket 83100, Thailand Office Hours: 10:00am - 9:00pm every day www.diveasia.com