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Underwater Photo Location: Hong Kong

Underwater Photo Location: Hong Kong

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Now back in Chinese hands I don't know if the BSAC club still operates there but there are dive operations.
The big stuff has been fished out but you still see a diverse range of smaller critters like damsels, octopus, sea worms.
There are 255 islands to explore so you shouldn't run out of sites. highlights are Tap Mun, fung Head, Long key, and Pak Kwo
On land the shopping is superb and it is the best place in the world to buy a suit!
Sea temp12-28C
Facts about Hong Kong
  • It is in Hong Kong
  • Hong Kong is in the South China Sea.
  • The typical depth is 0-20 Metres 0-60 Feet.
  • The typical visibility is 3-10 Metres 10-30 Feet.
Dive types
dayboatwreck

Marine Life
smallsharks

Diving facilities
air

Photo facilities
macrowideangle

by Jackson Wong
Bobtail squid swim in mid-water during a night dive in Tung Ping Island, Hong Kong.

by Jamie Coote
"Sai Kung wonders" A Small clown fish doing its thing. Who said Hong Kong has nothing to see but old fridges?

by Sheung Yue Alan Wan
marbled rockfish, scorpion fish

by Sheung Yue Alan Wan
Common Seahorse, 12cm in length

by Sheung Yue Alan Wan
helmet crab at lobster bay 4m depth, size 5cm

by Sheung Yue Alan Wan
nudibranch, size: 2cm, 5m depth at lobster bay divesite

by Sheung Yue Alan Wan
marbled rockfish, scorpion fish, size: 2cm-3cm in length, 5m depth, lobster bay divesite.
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