Covered with countless anemones feeding on the currents, Anemone Reef starts at around 4m, sloping 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 rank as some of the top dive sites in Thailand, however conditions can be variable and we don't recommend these dive sites for beginner divers.
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