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Diving and Snorkelling > Rayong

Rayong in Thailand

Rayong provides excellent diving opportunities....
 

Must see

Given the fact that a number of islands fall under its auspices, Rayong province offers some great diving and snorkelling opportunities. The water around Rayong is literally littered with tiny islands, many uninhabited or sparsely populated. With so few people in the neighbourhood, these islands remain pristine and marine life remains plentiful.

 


Surat Thani
Ao Chaweng

Ao Chaweng features a shallow reef only a short swim from the beach (from Chaweng Garden Restaurant). Visibility is not good but this is an excellent place for training and a spot of snorkeling....
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Trat
Wreck of the Thonburi

Another excellent wreck to dive around is HMTN Thonburi. The ship was involved in the Thai/French Indochina war and now lies in shallow water at the mouth of the river at the southern edge of Koh...
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Worth seeing

Given the fact that a number of islands fall under its auspices, Rayong province offers some great diving and snorkelling opportunities. The water around Rayong is literally littered with tiny islands, many uninhabited or sparsely populated. With so few people in the neighbourhood, these islands remain pristine and marine life remains plentiful.

 

Rayong
Koh Kudi
Koh Kudi is a small island in the Koh Samed-Kao Laem Ya National Marine Park which provides excellent diving opportunities. The sea floor comprises solid rock which gently slopes into deeper water...
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Surat Thani
Five Islands

This is not a great site for just diving, but with what's going on around it there's quite a good package! Locals collect swiftlet bird's nests around here - the key ingredient of Bird's Nest...
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Trat
Hin Luk Bat

This is a good dive site offering masses of coral and marine life including barracuda and sponges. What lets the site down is visibility - often extremely poor. The site goes down to a depth of 18...
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Hin Rap

5 kilometres south of Koh Chang, this site has plenty of hard and soft coral alongside plenty of marine life. A good site for both snorkelers and divers. Excellent place for beginners as it only...
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