Deemed as Malaysia’s oldest marine park sanctuary, a trip to Pulau Payar promises a scenery to cherish for all visitors and wholesome experience of interacting with your favourite sea creatures.
Extends over 4 islands in between Penang and Langkawi's Geopark consisting of Pulau Kaca, Pulau Lembu, Pulau Segantang, and Pulau Payar which is the biggest of all four.
Since all islands are inhabited, there are no accommodations offered in any islands and it is a well-preserved marine park and although it is uninhabited, the marine park still provides a list of amenities such as picnic tables, barbecue pits, gazebos, and restrooms for the public – making it a likely destination for a family escapade.
There are various species of exotic fishes roaming around the area such as barracudas, clownfish, horse-eyed jacks, and black-tipped reef sharks and of course the magnificent range of coral reef.
With all the characteristics; it is no doubt of it being a marvellous diving and snorkelling heaven as well as play its natural role as marine conservation. Pulau Payar Marine Park promotes eco-tourism to ensure a long-standing ecological balance of marine life.
Tickets are available at the Kuah Ferry Terminal. You will also be able to select your preferred tour packages at the terminal. Most packages will cover transportation, lunch, and activities in the park.