Found on the eastern part of Racha Yai, this is a good dive site with a reef that is largely made up of staghorn corals although there are many other types of coral, such as branch coral, and pore coral. The average depth of this dive is normally around 20 meters and so divers can have enough bottom time to explore the area, and look around the corals. The visibility on good days can reach up to 40 meters and it is a great dive for beginners as it is nice and easy with relatively low levels of currents.
Sadly, in 2010, the site suffered from coral bleaching due to climatic conditions as well as dynamite anglers, and so much of the coral was killed. The dive site is now not often dived very frequently but Staghorn coral is one of the fastest growing corals and so new patches are already forming. It is hoped that in the coming years, the site will become suitable for diving again.
The reef slopes down from about 5 meters and amongst the corals there are some bommies and rock formations. There are also some sea fans and with sea fans, divers can always expect to have a good chance to spot Ghost pipefish and other smaller marine life hiding amongst the corals. Smaller reef fish can still be found here including porcupine fish, snappers, and trumpet fish.