Situated at the junction of Asia and Oceania, Siwang Island is west of New Guinea. It consists of 1500 small islands, shallow bays and reefs. Four of them are Misool, Salawati, Batanta and Waigeo, which are called "Raja Ampat by local people. They are translated as Siwang Islands or Siwang Islands. This is called the end of the world, because the beautiful scenery here makes divers nickname it the Sea of Miracles. Because of the intersection of several ocean currents, the underwater area is most famous for its marine biomass, biodiversity and outstanding coral reef landscape, known as Species Factory, or even as the center of the origin of life. There are 2650 known species of fish and about 300 species of coral, accounting for 75% of the world's coral species. The underwater species are the highest in the Coral Triangle, and the hard coral species are 10 times as many as those in the Caribbean Sea. There are also 699 species of shellfish. Because of its remote location and sparse population, most of the marine ecology in this vast area has been almost unaffected by the development of human civilization. It has been perfectly preserved and listed on the World Heritage List as a diving resort for divers all their lives. Three or more flights are required. The main international hubs are Jakarta and Singapore, which reach Sorong through the intermediate links of Minado, Makassar or Denpasar. A brief introduction of the above dive.