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The pufferfish is seen all around the dive sites at the Andaman sea. This particular pufferfish is seen on a Similan islands diving daytrip. The pufferfish is part of the Tetraodontidae family and includes blowfish, pufferfish, honey toads, puffers, balloonfish, swellfish, bubblefish, globefish, toadfish, toadies, sugar toads, and sea squab. The pufferfish species are toxic and some are among the most poisonous fishes in the world. Some organs contain tetrodotoxin and are highly toxic to human and most animals when eaten. The meat of some species is considered a delicacy in China Japan and Korea . The fish is prepared by specially trained chefs who know which part is safe to eat and in what quantity. But instead of eating you can take a look at the puffer fish during a Similan islands diving daytrip. All the daytrips leave from Khao Lak and on the Similan islands diving daytrip you make 2 dives. For information about the diving daytrip to the Similan islands visit our page : https://www.similandivecenter.com/product/daytrip-similan-islands

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When you’re staying and want to make nearby diving daytrip, Boonsung wreck would be the right choice. The Boonsung wreck is an old tin mining boat owned by the Boonsung Tin Mining Company and sank in 1984. At that time there was a tin mining boom along the Andaman coast with old Takuapa as center for the tin mining. After the tin mining boat , the Navy bombed because it’s was to close to the surface. During the 2004 Tsunami it was further broken up.
Over the years the hull has become and artificial reef full with soft corals, hard corals and shells which attracts schools of fish who make the Boonsung wreck their home. Boonsung wreck has an outstanding abundance of fish life, including moray eels, lionfish, seahorses, batfish, porcupine fish, nudibranchs and large schools of barracudas. Even the whale sharks are visiting Boonsung wreck. There are daily diving daytrips to Boonsung wreck. Visit the next page for more information about the Boonsung diving daytrip. https://www.similandivecenter.com/product/daytrip-boonsung-wreck

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Diving at the Similan islands is even getting better with great discount on liveaboard trips in April and May.
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Manta ray at Koh Tachai

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Diving with manta ray at Koh Bon

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Whale shark diving in the Andaman sea

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Quit busy at the Similan islands reefs

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