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PADI Open Water Course In Bangkok

PADI Open Water Course In Bangkok

PADI Open Water Course Training In Bangkok

Given the busy lifestyle of our students from Bangkok, Aussie Divers is now offering as a part of PADI Open Water Courses, training in Bangkok. This will include the confined water (pool training) and if required, theory training. You will still have access to the awesome Aussie Divers 5 Star staff.

Bangkok Best Training Aussie Divers

Bangkok Best Training Aussie Divers

Book Your PADI Open Water Training IN Bangkok With Aussie Divers Here

Aussie Divers now have access to one of the best scuba diving training facilities in Thailand. Bangkok residents can prepare for their PADI Open Water Course at home and travel to either of our dive centres in Phuket or Koh Tao to complete their open water dive.

Nestled in a private estate in the Seri Thai area of Bangkok, it is a stunning venue to complete your pool training and you will receive the 5 Star training you expect from one of Thailand’s premier scuba diving centres.

The Aussie Divers staff are also happy to travel to your preferred place for the theory training, The common rooms of apartment complexes make a relaxed and easy place to do your scuba diving theory.

Bangkok PADI Open Water Pool Aussie Divers

Bangkok PADI Open Water Pool Aussie Divers

Book Your PADI Open Water Training IN Bangkok With Aussie Divers Here

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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