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Koh Chang Thailand Scuba Diving 2022 | Deep Blue Destinations
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Koh Chang

Koh Chang’s bohemian and laid back vibe bodes well with its white sand beaches, palm trees and warm aquamarine waters. Koh Chang, meaning Elephant Island, is also home to mountainous rainforests and a range of wildlife including a variety of bird species, deer and elephants.

Best Scuba Diving Spots in Koh Chang

HTMS Chang Wreck

Hin Luk Bat

Koh Rang

T11 Wreck

Thonburi Wreck

Koh Chang Sea Life

Whilst wrecks are a big attraction in Koh Chang the marine life is no less impressive. Highlights include barracuda, groupers, sting rays, tuna and cobia together with a diverse range of critters, macro life and a plethora of colourful reef fish.

How To Get There

The nearest airport to Koh Chang is Trat Airport situated on the mainland, around a 30 minute drive from where the ferries depart. There are regular domestic flights from Bangkok, Phuket, Koh Samui and Chiang Mai. Public buses from Bangkok run to Koh Chang and although cheap, can take up to 7 hours. Ferries to Koh Chang leave from Ao Thammachat Pier and from Centerpoint Pier. Crossing time is 30 – 45 minutes and there are numerous crossings each day. Island hopping ferries provide services between Koh Chang, Koh Kood, Koh Mak and Koh Wai.

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