Similan Dive Sites
30m off the north side of the reef, heading east, three huge neighboring boulders at a depth of 24-30+ m, stark contrast to otherwise essentially sloping reef dive site. Good site to spot leopard sharks and Kuhl's Stingrays. Various and abundant soft corals.
Leopard sharks are common and sometimes two or three of these can be seen on the same dive. Seeing whitetip reef sharks and Napoleon wrasse is possible here. Kuhl’s stingrays, garden eels, groupers and triggerfish, as well as different sorts of gobies on the sand are a common sight.
This site also is a home to schools of soldierfish, and bluefin trevally, as well as some camouflage experts such as octopuses and ghost pipefish. Furthermore, cometfish can also sometimes be seen in rock crevice.
On the northern side, large swarms of friendly batfish and yellowtail barracuda can always be found swimming around.This dive site has many interesting species and is not deep.
It is suitable for beginner divers who wish to enjoy an easy going reef dive. This dive is a good option for the second or third dive of the day.Also, if the current is running, drift diving is enjoyable.