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Where is the best wreck in Thailand?

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Where is the best wreck in Thailand?

Post Posted: Sun Mar 05, 2017 5:19 pm





Thailand welcomes you to experience this amazing dive site!! HTMS Chang: the shipwreck you will never forget! Located near Koh Chang Island, it was an LST-542-class tank landing ship built for the United States Navy during World War II. It was a useful vessel back then and also participated in the Korean War in Incheon. In 1962 it was turned over to the government of Thailand for service in the Royal Thai Navy as Chang (LST-2).

Beside lot of great beaches on Koh Chang Island, it is a memorable wreck where you’ll find many fish, sea animals and coral reefs. Diving to 30 m. depth, you’ll have a great day there!

Especially if you’re lucky enough to see a Whale Shark! It's an unexpected experience because in Thailand the Whale Shark is an ENDANGERED Species but last year many lucky divers found them there!

Get you gear and come dive in Thailand!

Reported by Dolphin Divers, Thailand

 

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