This site is considered one of the best dive sites in the Similan Islands as the amount and variety of fish is excellent. Like with other dive sites in the area, there is good coral coverage amongst rock formations and swim throughs. The fish in the area all seem quite tame and are often very curious of divers passing through.
This particular site has benefited from a regeneration project that was recently undertaken and it was closed for some time to allow the reef to recover from the 2004 Tsunami.
This site is a great site for photographers as the scenery of the boulders, rocky formations, and soft corals, make excellent pictures. The reef goes down to about 30 meters and the many caves, passageways, nooks, and crannies can all be explored. They are all filled with marine life such as angelfish, sweetlips, Moorish idols, snappers, surgeonfish, lionfish, ribbon eels, groupers, unicorn fish, moray eels, and purple fire gobies. There is a section of the dive known as the Bronx and divers can see many giant clams populating the floor of the ocean. Divers have also occasionally spotted blue spotted rays and reef sharks, which add to this brilliant dive site.