Thailand is home to three of the top 50 dive sites in the world-CNN
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Oh my. A funny list indeed. Should anyone tell them that Richelieu Rock's polarity changed many years ago. I feel awful when customers express disappointment that they didn't see a whaleshark at the site. They obviously have been reading the same reports that this author did because whalesharks are as rare as hen's teeth there. I also note that Raja Ampat made the list..... as a single dive site!! :p
So it's official now then...........Japanese Garden is better than Chumpon Pinnacle, Hin Daeng, Hin Muang, Sailrock etc etc etc. I did about 30 dives at Japanese Garden during my 5-6 weeks on Koh Tao - must have missed the site completely every time, cause I really wasn't that impressed