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Diving in Pak Meng
When to go to Pak Meng
Scuba diving is possible all year round, but the best period is from November to May.
Pak Meng has no distinct temperature seasons - the temperature is relatively constant during the year. April is the warmest month, with an average air temperature of 34C/93F at noon. January is the coldest month, with an average air temperature 22C/72F at night.
The sea temperature is very pleasant 28-30C/82-86F all year round. Late May to October brings the monsoon winds and the worst visibility.
Visibility ranges from 5-30m/16-98ft.
What to see
While diving in these waters divers can encounter tiger-tail seahorses and countless types of exotic nudibranches and shrimp. Also among marine species, divers can find octopi, schools of silverside fish, jacks, tunas, barracudas, trevallies, plenty of moray eels, blue-spotted stingrays, hawksbill turtles, manta rays, leopard sharks, blacktip reef sharks, and even occasional whale sharks.
Scuba diving in Pak Meng
Pak Meng is located in Trang, Thailand. Phuket International Airport is located in 44km/27.3mi. There is 5-km/3-mi long beach shaped like a crescent moon. A pine forest fringes the beach. Pak Meng is a cozy tourist place. From Pak Meng it's easy to reach nearby islands like Koh Mook or Koh Kradan. The islands are covered with dense rainforests or rubber trees and have stunning white-sand beaches. The nearby Trang Town is worth a visit, to explore the local markets and shopping centers in the daytime or spend the afternoon and evening at Trang Nightmarket, the best in southern Thailand.
One of the main diving areas is Koh Haa, which is formed by five islands and offers a large variety of unique dive sites like the Chimney, Twin Cathedral, or Koh Ha Lagoon. The scenery is impressive, including coral-covered boulders, stunning caverns, and spectacular swim-throughs, as well as amazing hard-coral gardens. Other popular diving areas are Koh Rok Nok and Koh Rok Nai, which are characterized by shallow reefs and clear waters. Because of the shallow reefs, they are very suitable for snorkeling outings. They are enchanting, with pristine hard corals and untouched local dive sites such as Koh Mook, Koh Wean, Koh Kradan, and Hin Nok. These dive sites offer a vast diversity of marine macro life. Some very popular dive sites are Hin Daeng (average depth of 25m/82ft, max. depth of 45m/148ft) and Hin Muang (average depth of 25m/82ft, max. depth of 70m/230ft), which are quite close to each other. These are two submerged rocks that are covered with soft corals, anemones, and gorgonians, and are rated as some of the best dive spots in the world. Huge schools of fish can be spotted here.
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