This dive site is a great dive site made up of a collection of granite boulders extending along a sandy area and a deep pinnacle. It has a large variety of things to do and see, making it a great site for multiple dives. It is found on the most northerly of all the Similan islands.
At around 20 metres, the site has many swim throughs, nooks, and crannies for divers to explore. Moving towards the shore, there are more reefs at shallower depths with coral gardens running from east to west. There is also a pinnacle covered in giant sea fans and soft corals. The top of this is at around 35 metres and goes down to a depth of about 50 metres. This pinnacle should only be reached by experienced divers due to the depths and the strong currents in the area.
The marine life is here in large numbers and divers will expect to find cuttlefish, pipefish, many different types of nudibranchs, unicornfish, goatfish, fusiliers, surgeonfish, and trevally. Looking into the granite rocks divers can find Moray eels, lobsters, shrimps, and crabs in the nooks and crannies. Further out to sea in the deep blue, it is common to see schools of Barracuda swimming around, and larger reef sharks such as whitetip reef sharks and leopard sharks as well. In amongst the corals, divers should also look out for hawksbill and green turtles and amongst the sand there are likely to be eagle-eyed stingrays buried in the sand.