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Set sail on a catamaran cruise through West Malaysia’s only marine park, stationed south of Langkawi Island. Enjoy pristine landscapes, coastal views and even head under the water for a closer look at coral, tropical fish and other colorful marine life.

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Pulau Payar Marine Park Snorkeling Tour from Langkawi

Pulau Payer Marine Park

This Pulau Payar Marine Park Snorkeling Tour from Langkawi allows you to set sail on a classic catamaran through the waters south of Langkawi Island into West Malaysia’s only marine park. You’ll enjoy stunning views or coastal inlets, placid waters and clear horizons as you make your way to Pulau Payar. Enjoy snorkeling or SCUBA diving with colorful tropical fish and make your way to an underwater observatory for a closer look at wonders from the deep. This tour includes a buffet lunch served on deck and round-trip hotel transport.

Customer Reviews


5 star rating: Highly Recommended May 2016

This tour was amazing!

Sally-Jane S

5 star rating: Highly Recommended November 2011

What a wonderful experience. Even though the weather was overcast, the colors and schools of fish were breath-taking. A definite 'must do'.

Arnab A

4 star rating: Recommended June 2016

It was awesome

Melissa R Australia

3 star rating: Worth doing September 2011

The marine park was beautiful and snorkelling was great fun. With the tour that we went on, if you weren't in the water you were required to stay on a floating pontoon with only an hour set aside in the afternoon after lunch where you could get a boat transfer onto the shore to admire the beach and swim. Unfortunately there seemed to be a lot of rubbish washed up which was a shame for such a beautiful place. I did hear from other guests that the scuba diving was great. A great place although could've been a little better.

Anna G

2 star rating: It was OK, but could have been better April 2013

Very disappointing tour, chaotic, too many people in a small area, coral reef dead or dying. There were lots of coloured fish but the organisers showed no concern for the marine life. Does not compare well with other places we have been to.

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