Posts Tagged "Haad Yao"

Seetanu Bungalows, Ao Chao Phao

Posted by on Mar 5, 2016 in | Comments Off on Seetanu Bungalows, Ao Chao Phao

Seetanu Bungalows Tel. +66 77 349113 Sea as far as your eyes can see, intimate traditional Thai bungalows and dazzling sun: no doubt, you are in Seetanu. This is also the home of their famous Belgian Beer Bar with over 40 specialist beers plus excellent Belgian and Thai cuisine. The resort boasts 17 bungalows, offering family style service with our Belgian team and an unforgettable holiday experience on Koh Phangan- all at great value for money. Seetanu is ideally set on Ao Chao Phao beach, amidst a tropical garden, perfect for relaxation, peace and quiet. You will change your...

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About Koh Phangan – Scuba Diving

Posted by on Sep 14, 2013 in | 0 comments

Explore the Best Dive Spots of Koh Phangan Jutting out of the emerald waters of the Gulf of Thailand, Koh Phangan is the perfect carefree island for some relaxed diving. Offering easy access to the stunning AngThong Marine Park, it is bordered by some interesting underwater worlds that just beg to be explored. Smaller and somewhat less dynamic than its nightlife rich neighbour Koh Samui, Koh Phangan offers a laid back base, where you can enjoy lazing with the sand between your toes and the sun beating on your skin, in between some scuba diving…   Can I learn to dive whilst on holiday in...

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Rock borer Urchin; Echinometra mathaei oblonga

Posted by on May 8, 2012 in | 0 comments

During the day the Rock borer Urchin hides in cracks and crevices, so they are rarely seen when you’re snorkelling or diving. Photos taken at Haad Yao Reef; one of our local dive...

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Moluccan Moray; Gymnothorax moluccensis

Posted by on Dec 23, 2011 in | 0 comments

It must be said that Chaloklum Diving School accepts no responsibility for incorrect nomenclature (even though we do try our...

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Goby Shrimps; Alpheidae

Posted by on Nov 27, 2011 in | 2 comments

Ex students who made their PADI Open Water Diver course with Chaloklum Diving will remember watching the goby shrimps at Mae Haad or Haad Yao Reefs. They work hard maintaining the burrow while their symbiotic fish partner keeps a look out for...

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