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HTMS Chang 172: Best wreck ship in Thailand

DolphinDivers

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What’s good everyone? Today I would like to tell you about best wreck dive site on Koh Chang Island, Thailand

It’s a dive site you’ll never forget, once in a lifetime. It was a vessel that was in the Korean War in Incheon and in 1962 it was turned over to the Thai government for service in the Royal Thai Navy as Chang (LST-2). HTMS Chang was scuttled to make an artificial reef for scuba diving on November 22, 2012


There are many beautiful coral reefs and many schools of tiny fish. Maybe you will find a whale shark there, if you come with enough luck!


Last year, there were many lucky divers who found them and it was a pretty stunning experience because they did not expect to see whale sharks there but they showed up, surprising all the divers.


Check this video out:


Reported by Dolphin Divers, Thailand
 
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