Pattaya Scuba Diving Day Trip

Regular Route

2 Dives = 2,500 THB Per Day
3 Dives = 3,000 THB Per Day

Price Included

  • Dive lead
  • Dive Insurance
  • Lunch on the boat

Price Not Included

  • Transportation (Go with our shared van cost 1,000 THB for round trip)
  • Accommodation (Approximately 900-1,300 THB Per Night depending on where you stay)
  • Equipment Rental (500 THB Per Day for full set)

Special Route

For some special routes to far islands or special deep sites, the cost will be around 3,000-3,500 THB Per Day. (Not every weekend; these trips occur once a month)

NOTE: Depart from Bangkok together or meet up at the pier in the morning of the diving day.

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DIVE SITE INFORMATION


Dive Site Name: Ko Larn - Nual Beach

Nual Beach is located at the southernmost part of Koh Larn. This beach also has all the usual activities, restaurants, and restrooms. A resort that was once here was demolished to make room for a larger one, but local protests have halted its development. Currently, there are no permanent structures on Nual Beach, only portable facilities including restrooms, showers, and many food stalls and restaurants. The beach has white sands and clear blue waters, great for swimming and snorkeling.

One unique aspect of this beach is the presence of a small group of monkeys, which visitors love to see and feed.

Maximum Depth: 7 - 14 m
Visibility: Depending on the weather conditions. Usually, the best time for diving here is from October to January and April.
What you will see: It features a long coral reef with both hard and soft corals, sea turtles, tentacled octopus, and various nudibranchs.


Dive Site Name: Koh Krok

Koh Krok is a small island in Pattaya Bay and a satellite island of Koh Larn. It is about 600 meters from Koh Larn and has rocky surroundings with two sandy beaches. The coral reefs around the island are at a depth of 12-15 meters, featuring marine animals like mortar sponges, blue vase sponges, and nudibranchs. Coral restoration activities have been conducted here, planting 16,000 coral branches on brick blocks to restore the natural coral reef ecosystem.

Maximum Depth: 11 - 14 m
Visibility: Depending on the weather conditions. Usually, the best time for diving here is from October to January and April.
What you will see: It features a long coral reef with both hard and soft corals, sea turtles, tentacled octopus, and various nudibranchs.


Dive Site Name: Koh Sak

Koh Sak features a small bay with fine white sand and coral on the west and east sides. It is an excellent spot for beginner divers to practice their skills and serves as a good windbreak for boats. It is located north of Koh Larn.

Maximum Depth: 5 - 15 m
Visibility: Depending on the weather conditions. Usually, the best time for diving here is from October to January and April.
What you will see: It features a long coral reef with hard and soft corals, nudibranchs, stingrays, boxfish, catfish, schoolfish, seahorses, angelfish, trumpet fish, sea turtles, tentacled octopus, and various nudibranchs.


HTMS Kut

Dive Site Name: HTMS Kut

History of Dive Site
HTMS Kut (2nd ship) No. 731 is a medium landing ship (LSM: Landing Ship Medium) used in important missions such as transporting troops and supporting the redeployment of Thai troops during the Korean War. It served for more than 58 years before being retired on July 30, 2004. It was sunk to create an underwater park project in honor of His Majesty's 60th Anniversary Celebration of His Majesty's Accession to the Throne at Koh Sak, Pattaya Bay, Chonburi Province on September 17, 2006.

Sunk on: 1/2/2003
Ship Type: LSM (Landing Ship, Medium)
Built: 1945
Length: 61.50 m
Width: 10.5 m

Maximum Depth: 32 m
Visibility: Depending on the weather conditions. Usually, the best time for diving here is from October to January and April.
What you will see: Wrecks, the ship's interior, various creatures, and more.


HTMS Khram Dec 2007 HTMS Khram Shipwreck HTMS Khram Black

Dive Site Name: HTMS Khram

History of Dive Site
HTMS Khram is a medium-sized landing ship (LSM: Landing Ship, Medium), formerly known as USS LSM-469 of the United States. It performed missions during World War II in the Asia-Pacific region. The ship was used by the Thai government from May 25, 1962, serving in the Royal Thai Navy until it was used as an artificial coral reef on February 1, 2003, at Koh Phai, Pattaya, Chonburi.

Sunk on: 1/2/2003
Ship Type: LSM (Landing Ship, Medium)
Built: 1945
Length: 62 m
Width: 10.4 m

Maximum Depth: 28 m
Visibility: Depending on the weather conditions. Usually, the best time for diving here is from October to January and April.
What you will see: Research and understand the structure of warship wrecks, explore the ship's interior, and discover various creatures.


Petchaburi Bremen

Dive Site Name: Petchaburi Bremen (s.s. KAEO SAMUD)

The Petchaburi Bremen was a German ship used to transport Chinese expatriates from Shantou and Sriracha. Built in 1901, it was seized by Siam in 1917 during World War I. The ship continued working until December 1920 when it crashed into underwater rocks and sank. The Royal Thai Navy Marine Corps helped rescue the crew, preventing any casualties.

Maximum Depth: 28 m
Visibility: Depending on the weather conditions. Usually, the best time for diving here is from October to January and April, with visibility ranging from 10 to 15 meters.
What you will see: Wrecks, the ship's interior, various creatures, and more.


HTMS Mataphon

Dive Site Name: HTMS Mataphon

The HTMS Mataphon project was initiated by the Royal Thai Navy to replace the deteriorating large ships of the HTMS Mataphon series with smaller maintenance ships. These ships were involved in national defense and public assistance missions, supporting maritime transport and delivering consumer goods and fresh water. The HTMS Mataphon, formerly LCT-1260, was a large drainage ship built in 1945. It was decommissioned and sunk as a resource off Koh Larn, Pattaya, on October 20, 2012.

Sunk on: 1/2/2003
Ship Type: LSM (Landing Ship, Medium)
Built: 1945
Length: 55 m
Width: 11 m

Maximum Depth: 22 m
Visibility: Depending on the weather conditions. Usually, the best time for diving here is from October to January and April.
What you will see: Wrecks, the ship's interior, various creatures, and more.

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