Wreck Diving in Koh Chang: HTMS CHANG

After diving in some of the best diving destinations in the world, I would have not thought about scuba diving in Koh Chang.

In Koh Chang, Dom and I were meeting Alfred, a friend of Dom’s he had not seen for few years. Alfred really wanted to do some dives, so we decided to research the area to see what was really worth diving.

To our surprise we found out about a wreck dive that had not been there three year ago, when we last visited the island.


The ship was sunk two years ago for the purpose of scuba diving in November 2012.

HTMS Chang is now the largest ship wreck in Thailand.

It has increased the diving tourism of the area, making it a sought after spot for wreck lovers.

The dive was very dreamlike.

The wreck is in good conditions and there is already an abundance of life growing on it.

There was fantastic visibility, we could see big schools of Barracuda, Batfish, Butterfly fish and so on.

They were all surrounding the wreck.

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