Hauntingly Beautiful Wrecks and Sculptures in Asia

Spice up your diving adventures with these extraordinary wreck sites and underwater sculptures that can be found in Asia. Diving these treasures will surely pump you and your buddies with extra adrenaline!


Underwater Grotto (Philippines)

This submerged wonder started as a movement to dishearten unlawful fishing—like the usage of cyanides and explosives. Four-meter tall depictions of the Virgin Mary and young Jesus were absorbed the Bien Unido Double Barrier Reef Marine Park off Bohol in 2010.


The Nest (Indonesia)

Comprised of 48 figures standing together and nestled into the ground, the piece is relied upon to wind up canvassed in coral—making it a spot for divers to investigate off the shoreline of the little island of Gili Meno. The man-made reef has been set in shallow water off a shoreline in Indonesia. It is set up to end up a home for corals—in a year the sea will transform it into a reef and will keep on growing after some time.


Jemeluk Bay Underwater Gallery (Indonesia)

Bali's prevalent east-drift dive spot—Amed, has been pulling in more consideration as of late because of the submerged exhibition at Jemeluk Bay. The venture highlights designs by Indonesian craftsmen Wayan Winten and Eddi Prabandono, including a working post box where divers can mail waterproof postcards sold in nearby shops.


 

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