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Thread Status: Hello , There was no answer in this thread for more than 60 days.
It can take a long time to get an up-to-date response or contact with relevant users.

Check out the Similan and Surin Islands of the west coast. You will need to do a liveaboard for these Islands and the same operators aslo can get access to the Burma banks. Most operate from Phukett but there aslo a few operating from a place 90km north of phukett called I think Koh Lak.

If you don't want a liveaboard then go to Koh Tao on the east coast, it is my fave place with over 30 dive sites and over 30 dive operators so competition is hot. A single dive will cost around 900 bht (£15) buy 10 and the price is 550 bht (£9) more and it is negociable. discounts can be had against accomodation and the course prices are great PADI OWD = 7000 bht (£115) , Advanced and rescue is about the same, DM about 19000 bht (£330)

hope this is helpful
:) thanks jason,
it was very helpful. iam sorry for answering so late, but i was out quite a long time.

we haven't had decided yet what to do.

have a nice day
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