Thailand is considered to be among the top 10 scuba diving destinations in the world. Internationally renowned diving locations on both coasts, like Phuket, Koh Tao, Koh Lanta, Khao Lak, Koh Chang, and Krabi boast crystal clear waters, spectacular reef and rock formations plus a stunning variety and colorful selection of marine life.
Since 2003, an estimated 275,000 divers and snorkellers set out to explore the coral reefs of the Andaman and the South China Seas every year, and the numbers are growing as people discover the wealth and beauty of Thailand’s wonderous culture, and the host of spectacular, virgin dive locations available and waiting for your personal discovery.
Being a popular diving destination doesn't mean that there are no problems encountered while diving in Thailand. In the opinion of many participants of the international diving community, the emergency medical services available to divers here is scarce , especially if divers experience Decompression Illnesses (DCI). If there is anything that can improve the recreational diving industry’s level of safety here in Thailand, it would be an effort to improve the medical services available to divers.

Contact US

  • Badalveda Diving Medicine Centers: 1009/3 Sathupradit 20, Bangklo, Bangkorlaem, Bangkok 10120 ( www.badalveda.com )

  • Bangkok Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy Center, Bangkok General Hospital ( www.bangkokhospital.com )

  • Phuket Badalveda Diving Medicine Center, Bangkok Phuket Hospital ( www.phukethospital.com )

  • Surathani Badalveda Diving Medicine Center, Koh Tao (badalveda@hotmail.com)