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2004-12-26 - Tugboat and barge thrown on the beach by tsunami Dive Site

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... right on the Equator and has sites both south and north of it. South Komodo sites, Nusa Penida around Bali as well as sites around Alor can have chilling 18 to 21 degrees Celsius during May to October and are generally at their coldest in July to September. Bali is Indonesia's most easily accessible and most varied diving destination. Dive sites concentrate in three areas of the island. The south of Bali offers some options to see large marine life, like the Mola Mola and Manta rays. On the east coast, you will find the USAT Liberty, probably the most popular dive site on Bali. In the quiet ...

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Name Distance

Monster Divers

Indonesia

40.41 km

Zero Diving Club

Indonesia

46.49 km

Rubiah Tirta Diver

Indonesia

46.68 km

Lumba Lumba Diving Center

Indonesia

48.46 km

Sea Bees Diving Phuket - Nai Harn

Thailand

425.25 km

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Name Distance

Meulaboh

Indonesia

175.62 km

Kathu

Thailand

436.56 km

Mueang Phuket

Thailand

439.75 km

Thalang

Thailand

445.23 km

Koh Lipe

Thailand

463.37 km

Air Itam

Malaysia

558.15 km

George Town

Malaysia

563.23 km
Name Distance

BTJ | Sultan Lskandarmuda Airport

Indonesia, Banda Aceh

11.66 km

SBG | Narita

Indonesia, Sabang

51.59 km

TMC | Tjilik Riwut

Indonesia, Tambolaka

120.72 km

LSW | Lhoksumawe

Indonesia, Lhoksumawe

188.84 km

MEQ | Seunagan

Indonesia, Meulaboh

176.63 km

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