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The Andaman Sea (historically also known as the Burma Sea) is a marginal sea of the northeastern Indian Ocean bounded by the coastlines of Myanmar and Thailand along the Gulf of Martaban and west side of the Malay Peninsula, and separated from the Bay of Bengal to its west by the Andaman Islands and the Nicobar Islands. Its southern end is at Breueh Island just north of Sumatra, with the Strait of Malacca further southeast.

North Andaman Route

Best Times: May - October

  • Similan Islands
  • Tachai Island

  • Surin Islands

  • Koh Bon

  • Richelieu Rock

South Andaman Route

Best Times: May - October

Koh Lanta National Park

Hin Daeng, Hin Muang and Koh Haa are the three most famous dive sites in Koh Lanta area. 

Tarutao National Park

Koh Lipe is a paradisiac islands in Tarutao National Park, with small resorts and nearby dive sites, the most famous is surely 8 Miles Rock


Phi Phi islands

The islands came to worldwide prominence when Ko Phi Phi Le was used as a location for the 2000 British-American film The Beach.

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Lipe Route

Best Times: All Year

Many dive sites in Koh Lipe are at home in the Tarutao National Marine Park that shares a border with Malaysia. The park is closed for some months a year which gives it plenty of time to recuperate and the abundance of fish and coral you will find here is astonishing.

This ranges from big guys like Whale Sharks and Mantas to tiny macro critters – Koh Lipe now holds my personal record of the tiniest Nudibranch ever seen and most Seahorses within a week. I did not get so lucky with the gentle giants but to be fair I did not come in season for that.

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