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Learn to Scuba Dive Bangkok

Learn to Scuba Dive Bangkok

Learn to Scuba Dive Bangkok

Ever wanted to learn to scuba, but live in the metropolis of Bangkok. Well, now you can do both with Aussie Divers.

Aussie Divers, Phuket’s best and most scuba diving centre is now holding the theory and pool training of the PADI Open Water Course with our team of professional English speaking dive instructors.

Scuba Diving Theory

The PADI Open Water Course theory can be done in a number of different ways. Firstly you can do the full PADI Open Water theory online with The PADI open Water Touch. The PADI Open Water Touch is a full interactive tuition that can be done on a computer, smartphone or tablet. There is an additional charge for the PADI Touch. Alternatively, you can watch the training videos at home, complete the required knowledge reviews, and complete the exams with your PADI instructor. Alternatively Aussie Divers can come to your common room to do the theory there.

PADI Open Water Touch Scuba Diving Course Aussie Divers Phuket

PADI Open Water Touch Scuba Diving Course Aussie Divers Phuket


For more information about Learning to Scuba Dive in Bangkok: Contact Us

Pool Training

Pool training is conducted in a stunning pool located in the Seri Thai area of Bangkok. This enormous pool is one of the most professional scuba diving pools you will find anywhere in the world. Immaculately clean and plenty of space for quality and professional scuba diving training and practice.

Once you have completed your pool and theory in Bangkok then you can travel to either Phuket or Koh Tao where you will then be taken care of our PADI Instructors there. Phuket has the beautiful dive sites of the Racha Islands, Phi Phi, and Shark Point. Koh Tao is a very laid back island and has up to 25 different dive sites all within easy reach of the dive centre.

Racha Noi Bay Scuba Diving Day Trip Phuket ThailandRacha Noi Bay Scuba Diving Day Trip Phuket Thailand

Racha Noi Bay Scuba Diving Day Trip Phuket Thailand

Aussie Divers can also offer the theory and pool training for the PADI Rescue course and PADI Divemaster course.

At Aussie Divers we also offer great corporate packages and are agents for the world-famous Similan Island liveaboards.

Aussie Divers are more than happy to travel to your location to chat about your scuba diving options and also will be at the Thailand Dive Exhibition in Bangkok between 1st – 4th October 2020. We will be in booth D21 and offering some great packages.

Don’t let living in Bangkok stop you from learning to scuba dive.

For more information about Learning to Scuba Dive in Bangkok: Contact Us

By Darren Gaspari

Proud owner and active PADI Gold Course Director of Aussie Divers Phuket, a professional and awarded PADI 5 Star Instructor Development Scuba Diving Centre. Member of the PADI Advisory Board for the eLearning modules 2019 and 2020.

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