Sabtu, Julai 14, 2012

PULAU PAYAR MARINE PARK

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GO SNORKELIG AND ENJOY THE INCREDIBLE MARINE LIFE SHALLOW WATER AND SWIM WITH THE SHARKS

SNORKELIG   PRICE
ADULT 150.00
CHILD 120.00

PACKAGE ABOVE INCLUDE
*pack lunch
*nature guides
*free usage of snorkelig equipment
*retune pulau payar cruise
*personal accident insurance




DEWASA RM180.00 KANAK KANAK RM150.00 

LANGKAWI BOOKING HOTEL,CHALET,KERETA SEWA,














































Transfer form hotel or resort to Jetty. Departure time from Jetty Kuah: 0930
 HOTEL/RESORTPICK-UP TIME
 Pantai Tengah & Pantai Cenang Area 
 Awana Porto Malai  0755
 The Lanai 0800
 Federal Lodge 0805
 Holiday Villa 0805
 Frangipani Resort  0810
 Aseania Resort  0800
 Langkapuri/Sunset Beach Motel  0815
 Zon Shopping Centre 0815
 Nadias Inn 0815
 AB Motel 0815
 Mali Best, Best Star, Langgura 0815
 Pelangi Beach Resort  0825
 Pantai Kok Area 
 Berjaya Resort 0805
 Geopark 0805
 Mutiara Burau Bay 0810
 Tanjung Sanctuary Langkawi 0820
 Sheraton Langkawi 0830
 Langkawi Lagoon 0800
 Rebak Marina Resort 0805
 Langkasuka Resort 0830
 Pedana Beach 0830
 Helang Hotel 0815
 Kuah Town Area 
 Kampung Tok Senik 0835
 Twin Peaks Island Resort 0835
 Hotel Grand Continental 0840
 Langkasuka Hotel 0840
 The Garden Hotel 0845
 Bella Vista 0850
 The Legend Apartment 0850
 Condo Istana 0850
 City Bayview 0850
 Seaview Hotel 0855
 Eagle Bay 0855
 Westin Resort 0900
 Datai Bay & Tanjung Rhu Area
 The Datai 0800
 The Andaman 0810
 Tanjung Rhu Resort 0805

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The Pulau Payar Marine Park, comprising four uninhabited islands of Payar, Lembu, Kaca and Segantang, makes up Malaysia's oldest Marine Park sanctuary.
These islands, famous for the varied and colourful marine life that they support, offer the best diving site on Peninsular Malaysia's west coast. Access is not a problem as speedboats and catamarans ply the route on a regular basis from Langkawi and Penang.
At Pulau Payar, the largest of the four, you will find the Marine Park Centre, which was set up and operated by the Fisheries Department. Here, useful information can be obtained on the do's and don'ts while visiting the island.
If you are not into water activities, do check out the two hiking trails that have been constructed to enable visitors to explore and enjoy breathtaking views of the surrounding sea and beyond. Gazebos, picnic tables, BBQ pits and restroom facilities are also available for public use. Although picnics and camping are allowed, cutting of trees and open burning are strictly prohibited.
Nearby is a jetty, and just a short distance away is a pontoon, with facilities for easy access to the reef below.The waters of Pulau Payar have an additional attraction -- artificial reefs built from tyres, concrete blocks and old boats, which over the years developed into mature reefs that are teeming with marine life.