The Best Dive Spots in Thailand from Fully Qualified Divers


Koh Samui

A small isle 800 metres south of Koh Tao named for its fin like appearance

Great Places to go on land

Thailand has such an amazing landscape and you really should not miss out. Even though the dive sites look spectacular, the places to go are also stunning. With such a diverse culture, you’ll definitely find something for you.

The Full Thailand Experience

We want you to experience Thailand the way everyone should, which is why we have put this together for you. We know that Thailand is filled with beautiful areas so why not dive one day and explore the next. You will never be short of things to do!

An Unforgettable Experience

If you are looking for an experience that you will never forget, then this is the place for you! Set in the jungle within the Ko Chang district, this beautiful, rustic area is home to some truly amazing creatures.

Ban Kwan Chang

"We had a lovely time with the family. Everyone thoroughly enjoyed themselvesand we would definitely recommend for everyone visiting Thailand!"

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Wonderful Wildlife

With over 200 species of wildlife, this is a fantastic trip for everyone. With a safari taking place at night, you really see what these animals get up to.

Chiang Mai Night Safari

"What a load of fun! Not only did we get to see some amazing wildlife, we also have some fantastic food. Definitely somewhere that we would love to visit again. A geat day trip out for the family."

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The Golden Touch

Officially named ‘Phra Phuttha Maha Suwana Patimakon’, this statue has an unknown origin. Created in a style that relating to the Sukhothai Dynasty, suggests that this statue may have been created in India.

Golden Buddha

"This site was truly a wonder to visit. Such a beautiful expression of Thai culture that no one should miss. Something truly magnificent."

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A View Like No Other

Khao Sok National Park is a nature reserve with vast jungle area and limestone formations. With Cheow Lan Lake situated in the park, many species gather here amongst the dense plantlife.

Khao Sok National Park

"Probably my favourite place to visit in Thailand. With such a vast amount of jungle and so many things to see, you really need a day or two. Kayaking was a blast!"

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Calm and Content

Lumphini park is a beautiful park in Bangkok. With a range of activities always on the go, you will never be short of things to do. With a statue of King Rama VI, beautiful plant life and a wonderful lake with rentable boats, you really cannot miss out on this one.

Lumphini Park

"A very picturesque place to visit. If you want a quiet day out then this is the one for you. Statues, trees and lakes are among some of the things you will see out here."

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Dotted with coral reefs, this beautiful bay gained fame when one of its islands made an appearance in the 'James Bond' movie 'The Man With the Golden Gun'. Made up of beautiful ocean and towering limestone islands, this is a natural wonder you should not miss.

Phang Nga Bay

"So cool to see such a beautiful area, especially one that has been in such an iconic James Bond film."

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An Ancient Wonder

Phimai Historical Park is located in the town of Phimai in the Nakhon Ratchasima Province. Completed in the 11th - 12th Century, this is a great location for anyone interested in history and archaeology.

Phimai Historical Park

"A beautifully restored temple from the 11th century. Such a beautiful place to visit with some lovely vendors around the area."

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The Heart of a Nation

Originally the home to the kings of Siam and currently the kings of Thailand, this is an amazing architectural feat that is unmissable for all visitors. With some great opportunities for photographers. Made up of multiple buildings and courts with a museum section, the grandure is truly astonishing.

The Grand Palace

"A beautiful historical treasure. I visited here to see this amazing palace and I was not let down. This is a remarkable piece of architecture that I really could not miss. I am so glad I visited somewhere like this, not to mention the intricacy of the detail."

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A Royal Temple of the First Grade

Housing the ‘Phra Buddha Sihing’, a Buddha statue, this temple has the honour of being a a Royal Temple of the First Grade, a status given by the late King Ananda Mahidol. Originally constructed in 1367, this temple underwent restoration work in 1927. Surrounded by food vendors and stalls, this is a fantastic place for all.

Wat Phra Singh

"The perfect day out. We were told by a friend to visit this location and my husband and I did not know what to expect. We were blown away with the amount of things to see, not to mention the wonderful food we eperienced. An amazing experience that we will never forget."

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The Temple of Dreams

The Wat Salak Phet Temple is located in Ko Chang, a stunning temple that showcases the true brilliance of Thailand and it’s culture. Inside the temple you will find intricat, authentic hand drawn paintings and ornate statues. If you are vigilant, tucked away you’ll find shrimp farms and a sea food restaurant.

Wat Salak Phet Temple

"We visited and slept here, and it was an awesome experience! Beautiful temple with beautiful people/community."

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