Most famous wreck in Phuket area. It sank 4.5.1997 when hitting the Anemonereef. Fortunately, all the 561 passengers – including both Thai locals and foreign tourists – were rescued and divers got a new interesting dive site. The wreck has gathered huge schools of fish around it and sometimes it is even difficult to see the wreck itself among the huge amount of fish. Because the shallowest points of the wreck lay at a depth of 18 meters, this site requires an Advanced or Deep Dive certification.
This dive site consists of three pinnacles, two of which are usually explored during a dive. The pinnacles are home to huge barracudas, large schools of fish and lots of macro life. Whale sharks are often seen here as well. Coral fans are huge here and all kinds of coral are growing everywhere. The second pinnacle is covered in colorful soft coral. Here you can see almost anything!
As the name implies, the site is covered with anemones of different colors. This pinnacle is an interesting destination where you can see a lot of life from big fish to small macro life. The shallowest point of the pinnacle is about 5m deep and the sandy bottom meets at a depth of about 25m. This destination has something for everyone, whether you just want to watch the beautiful scenery or get to know the sea creatures better.
The name of the island means flower. Eastern side there is a wall where moray eels, crabs, shrimps, seahorses and pipefishes can be easily found. East side there are also two caves / caverns. In front of them there are several bamboo sharks hiding under rocks. On the west side of the island there is a lively reef where You can often see Turtles. As you turn your attention from the island to the blue, you will see large schools of fish hunting for food.