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Hideaway Bay: Monuments

Hideaway Bay: Monuments

Hideaway Bay: Monuments

This is a nice shallow sandy bay and ideal for training exercises such as the PADI Underwater Navigation Adventure dive. The site contains a series of Thai Zodiac Statues, some monuments for the Tsunami and a couple of mermaid statues. It is a great late afternoon and night dive. It can produce some nice marine life including ghost pipefish and napoleon wrasse was also good. A nice dive for all levels of divers.

Monument Bay Similan Islands Liveaboard

Monument Bay Similan Islands Liveaboard

It is a great night dive producing plenty of shrimp, octopus and assorted crabs. It is very popular scuba diving site and you will often see plenty of liveaboard boats here especially in the late afternoon.

Depth: 5-20m Difficulty: ✩ Marine life: ✩✩✩ Coral: ✩✩ Currents: ✩

Lat: 8.571855 Long: 97.647858

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