The excitement of Thailands dive sites in one website!
photo galleries of over 90 dive sites
Wreck and coral dive videos
Welcome to Thai-Scuba.com!
Thai-Scuba.com – the comprehensive online resource for all local and visiting divers of Thailand, presenting you with the best there is to experience at our stunning reefs and wrecks!
Look at it as the ‘illustrated Wikipedia of Thai scuba diving’ with tons of stuff you would never find at any other dive website on the net. Dive right in!
Thousands of dive photographs from around the reefs and wrecks of Thailand!
Click and dive into your favorite region for dive maps, dive site galleries, videos, 3D wreck visuals, animations and more:
All Thai-Scuba.com wrecks on one, easy to navigate page.
Each wreck listing fitted with features such as 3D wreck model, dive photo gallery, video, animation or even research and history.
In time, this wreck archive will progressively grow in both, additional features for each wreck as well as new wrecks.
Find your favorite Thai-Scuba.com 3D wreck models as ready-made dive briefs now available as free downloads!
Each PDF file with several views of the individual wreck and a comprehensive dive brief format for use aboard a dive boat.
Recommended for all dive professionals and serious divers!
Browse the first and only marine life archive which lists exclusively the species that can be found in Thailand. No more searching through books which list “all of SE Asia’s species”, etc. With mobile internet now reaching the dive boats, this is a great asset to any diver or dive guide with a tablet right after a dive.
All pictures were shot at our local dive sites and all species were carefully identified and archived with the help of several literature sources.
Colloquial and Latin names are listed!
A growing collection of Thai-Scuba.com features of all the oddities which don’t fit in the regular website categories. DIY scuba stuff, unusual sights on a dive, photography and retouching tips, environmental projects, …
DIY Dome Port
How to create your own dome port for shooting half-over-half-under shots – for your own camera model – at a budget of 25$!
DIY Macro Lens
Find out all about creating your own DIY macro lens from components costing a fraction of a factory made lens. DIY video and photo gallery of results!
Product test: SONY ActionCam HDR-AS50R
Testing the new ActionCam under scuba conditions during a dive trip to Ko Lipe
4K scuba videography – testing the SONY ActionCam FDR-X3000R
Amazing detail and an optical image stabilizer in an ActionCam. With 4K video!
Meet the whale sharks at Chumphon
May and June is the season of Chumphon whale sharks. Always exciting, even with bad visibility.
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Help make this website grow with your own photographs and submissions! Be it pictures of marine life not yet included in the Marine Life Archive, a gallery of a dive site not yet featured or your own YouTube video links – just send it through! (email below)
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All content – copy, photography, illustration and layout – is the original creation and property of Thai-Scuba.com unless otherwise stated in individual credits of other contributors, none of which may be copied, duplicated or used for any commercial purpose. The same applies to any material relating to Pattaya-Scuba.net, the previous domain name of Thai-Scuba.com.
Thai-Scuba.com is NOT a dive operator, not affiliated with any and not endorsing any company or organization in particular. The aim of this website is to showcase the excitement of diving in Thailand, to enrich divers’ diving experiences through education and information, and to help promote the sport of scuba diving as a whole.
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