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Koh Samui Scuba Diving Guide

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Diving Koh Samui is a great diving archipelago with PADI Diver Courses from complete beginner up to instructor available in many languages. Entering the professional world of scuba diving brings exciting challenges and endless possibilities. Diving on Koh Samui, Koh Tao and The Angthong Marine Park is a great way to start.

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Samui-diving is the north shore section of Samui International Diving School, and there’s an office located in Bangrak opposite 7-11 (near Big Buddha). This is highly recommended provider of PADI courses. The Samui International Diving School Group of companies incorporating Planet Scuba has over 20 years of experience in Scuba Diver Education and Dive Tours in Thailand and is one of Thailand's leading dive centre's and the first in South East Asia to be awarded the prestigious PADI Career Development Center Rating(CDC).

The reputation of the center is the best in Thailand. It has been the proud recipient of many awards from PADI over the years. In 1994, it received the PADI award "Excellence in Dive Resort Operation" and in 1999 received the "Outstanding Commitment to PADI" Award. It prides itself on its customer service and is committed to Diver Safety, Diver Enjoyment and Customer satisfaction. It is continually looking at ways to upgrade and improve its services.

Scuba diving is the sport of swimming deep underwater and using self-contained breathing apparatus. Through carrying a container of compressed air, a diver is able to remain underwater much longer than with the natural breath holding methods used in Snorkeling and Free-diving, and is not held back by air-lines to an attached air source. The scuba diver usually swims underwater by using flippers on the feet. A few divers do move around with the assistance of a DPV (Diver Propulsion Vehicle), commonly referred to as a "scooter", or by using surface-tethered devices called sleds pulled by a boat.

For Local Dive Centre Contact Samui International Diving School at
Office: 077 422 386 Website: www.planet-scuba.net