- Access to Perdana Quay Eco Marine Park Langkawi [Family Package]
- 2 Adult Tickets
- 2 Child Tickets
- All entrance tickets
- Touch Pool
- Cultivation Tanks and Marine Life Research
- Shark Pool
- Infinity Pool
- Kids Fun Pool
- Snorkeling House
- Deep Water Pool
- Sea Walking
- Life jackets and snorkeling equipments
Attraction / Activity Duration: 5 hours
Child Range: Age 12 and below
Free admission for child age 2 years and below
Adult Range: Age 13 and above
Senior Citizen Range: Age 65 and above
Minimum age for this attraction / activity is 12 years old and must be accompanied by an adult
Perdana Quay Eco Marine Park Langkawi [Family Package]
Things to do at Perdana Quay Eco Marine Park Langkawi
Perdana Quay Eco Marine Park Langkawi offers an unforgettable one-of-a-kind experience where you can swim with sharks, stingrays, fishes and other sea creatures. It is suitable for tourists of all ages to explore, learn, unwind and create memories that will last a lifetime.
Swim With Sharks
Dare to emerge yourself in the sea of sharks? The Perdana Quay Eco Marine Park Langkawi will be the first marine park in Asia that allows you to swim with sharks! You will have plenty of opportunities to get up close. Nurse sharks, the bottom-dwelling sharks living in warm, shallow waters, are friendly.
Snorkel With Stingrays
Before wading in with them, you will learn about the stingrays’ biology and behaviour from your guides. Slip-on a mask and snorkel to float over a bustling coral reef and walk along the small cay’s white sand. The white sands and clear crystal waters create a memorable setting for shallow water interactions with stingrays.
Glide With Sea Turtles
Did you ever dream of interacting closely with sea turtles? Snorkeling with sea turtles in the park is a magical experience in Perdana Quay Eco Marine Park Langkawi! If you enjoy snorkeling, you must graduate from fish to sea turtles.
Snorkle With Fishes
Meet a colourful variety of fishes at Perdana Quay Eco Marine Park Langkawi! You will be able to see fishes and coral reefs soon after stepping into the crystal clear water in Perdana Quay Eco Marine Park Langkawi!
Marine Life Touch Pool
Have you ever touched a starfish? Meet the marine life touch pool! Conchs, starfishes, sea urchins and horseshoe crabs are some animals you can meet up close here. Learn more about them in Perdana Quay Eco Marine Park Langkawi!
Live Coral Propagation and Learning Pool
The seawater from the Perdana Quay Eco Marine Park Langkawi goes without waste. It provides an excellent natural environment for producing seafood and corals in the cultivation centre.
Seafood is one of the most popular sources of protein worldwide. Almost half of the seafood we eat comes from farms. Through aquaculture, we will help the environment by reducing the impact on wild fish populations and marine habitats in the sea.
According to a Reefs at Risk Revisited publication in 2011, 75% of the world’s coral reefs are threatened by a large combination of stressors. Bleaching, overfishing, and warming waters are just a few of the maladies these unique and precious environments face today. The park aims to rebuild many unique species and turn around the degradation of the coral reef environments.
Sea Walking Adventure
Have you ever imagined walking under the sea without gear? Sea walking is a new sport that allows you to admire the amazing marine life up close and personal. No diving equipment or experience is required, perfect for those who cannot swim or are afraid to snorkel or dive. Looking for an activity for the whole family, this would be perfect!
Marine Animals Medical Center
Besides caring for the marine animals in Perdana Quay Eco Marine Park Langkawi, they also help stranded sea animals that need medical care. They can help marine animals learn more about the species and their diseases. The mission is to rehabilitate and release them back to the sea. Perdana Quay Eco Marine Park Langkawi believes that through rehabilitation.
The ocean that they live in is mysterious and exciting. Marine animals make ideal teaching tools. By using marine animals as subject material, you can discover the facts and information related to marine life and marine life conservation.