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Hing Daeng, Hing Muang [South of Phuket]

Discussion in 'Thailand' started by felix2288, Jan 9, 2006.

  1. felix2288

    felix2288 Garibaldi

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    Hi,

    Any brothers who have been to Hing Daeng, Hing Muang [South of Phuket] recently, how is Hing Daeng, Hing Muang when compare with Similian. Are there school of big fishes ? Please comment, thanks

    Felix
     
  2. Vie

    Vie Divemaster Candidate

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    Location: Krung Thep, Siam, mostly.
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  3. Batfish

    Batfish Dive Shop

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    Location: Phuket, Thailand
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    Hin Daeng

    Hin Muang

    Yes indeed they are very good sites. If you don't see a Manta right now you'll be unlucky :)

    Enjoy.
     
  4. stevenl

    stevenl Loggerhead Turtle

    # of Dives: I just don't log dives
    Location: Kata, Phuket, Thailand
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    Normally manta rays and schooling fish. And even if you're very, very unlucky: lovely hard and soft corals in all colours, drop offs, walls, etc.

    Have fun.
     
  5. buksida

    buksida Nassau Grouper

    # of Dives: 200 - 499
    Location: Southeast Asia
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    Just returned myself, plenty of info in that thread Vie posted or check the links below for site descriptions and maps:

    Hin Daeng

    Hin Muang

    Enjoy!
     
  6. Christian

    Christian Manta Ray

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    I'd say they're on par with the best sites in the Similan group. Maybe not as good as Richelieu Rock. My favourite is Hin Mouang. Did see a 500+ tornado of tuna once on the north point. Very impressive due to their size.

    cheers
     

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