Sitting around 600m from Shark Point, the barely submerged Anemone Reef (Hin Jom) is a colourful pinnacle located around 600m to the north of Shark Point. Covered with countless anemones feeding on the currents, the pinnacle plateau starts at around 4m - 7 m, sloping down down onto the sandy seabed at around 26m.
Together with the covering of anemones, sea fans and soft corals, glassfish often cover large parts of this reef, alongside seahorses, anemone crabs, yellow-headed morays, colourful lionfish, devil scorpionfish and much more. Banded sea snakes can be seen swimming through the Anemone's tendrils and zebra sharks make their home in the sandy areas around the reef.
On a day with good visibility, Shark Point and Anemone Reef can be some of the most spectacular dive sites in the world, however conditions can be variable and we don't recommend these dive sites for beginner divers.
Just a few hundred meters from Anemone Reef lies Shark Point (Hin Musang) which is dived together with Anemone Reef in the same trip.
See our High Season Trip Schedule
High Season trip schedule normally operates between October 15 and May 14.
We love to dive as much as possible, however all our trips depend on the weather, sea conditions, currents and minimum numbers and may be subject to change at short notice.
We may schedule a Shark Point & Anemone Reef trip or a KledKaeo Wreck trip on Saturdays, upon request, minimum 4 divers required - please let us know if you are interested.