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Diving and tourist life

Discussion in 'Thailand' started by ian hanna, May 7, 2020.

  1. stevenl

    stevenl Loggerhead Turtle

    # of Dives: I just don't log dives
    Location: Kata, Phuket, Thailand
    2,394
    301
    83
    "yet to see one with a cappuccino machine"
    There used to be more, but still 3 daytrip boats with an espresso machine in the area.
     
  2. Centrals

    Centrals Barangay Pasaway

    # of Dives:
    Location: Hong Kong
    7,170
    2,515
    113
  3. Centrals

    Centrals Barangay Pasaway

    # of Dives:
    Location: Hong Kong
    7,170
    2,515
    113
  4. Centrals

    Centrals Barangay Pasaway

    # of Dives:
    Location: Hong Kong
    7,170
    2,515
    113
  5. gtto

    gtto PADI Pro

    # of Dives: 2,500 - 4,999
    Location: Delray Beach, Fl.
    86
    3
    8
    I am a dive instructor that lives in thailand but I am currently stuck in Florida due to covid situation. I lived and worked in Khao Lak. Dive wise I think this is the best place to be. It is about 100km north of Phuket. Not a city but still many bars and restaurants. Koh Tachai in the Similan Islands and Richelieu Rock are the best dives in Thailand though best for advanced and above. Boat trip can be long if taking a big boat though. My advice is to dive there and then explore Phuket. Phi Phi is a zoo. Be aware that compared to everything else diving in Thailand is expensive. A two tank dive can be between $150 and 175 US with your own gear.
     

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