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Mangrove Planting 2013
 
On the 26th of April 2013, 44 students and four teachers from Dalat International School worked together with Langkawi Coral in our fourth annual Mangrove Planting project. Coupled with our passion to ...
 
 
Beach Clean-up 2013
 
Small actions accrue big changes. On the 25th of April 2013, 44 students and four teachers from Dalat International School worked hand in hand with Langkawi Coral to clean up Pulau Payar Marine Park. Armed ...
 
 
Dive Against Debris 2012
 
Marine pollution is the ultimate appalling phenomena to all, directly and indirectly. It is simply put as having foreign particles or harmful substances making their way and jeopardizing the marine life ...
 
 
Mangrove Planting 2012
 
Mangroves are normally known as swamps by many. Despite the name which does not carry a dense importance, mangrove, in fact, has many benefits to the whole ecosystem. Believe it or not, the cruel disaster ...
 
 
Beach Clean Up 2012
 
If every piece of trash you pick up from the beach earns you a buck, you will be a guaranteed billionaire. Throughout the years, beach cleanup around the world has been a famous activity as a part of the ...
 
 
Dive Against Debris 2011
 
Langkawi Coral joined the first Dive Against Debris program organized by Project AWARE. The program was carried out on 24 September 2011 in Pulau Payar, Langkawi with 16 divers and our staff volunteering ...
 
 
Dive for Earth Day 2011
 
In conjunction with Earth Day 2011, Langkawi Coral organised a reef clean-up activity at Pulau Payar Marine Park on 23 April 2011. The project was carried out in cooperation with Project Aware. Joining ...
 
 
Mangrove Planting 2011
 
Following the beach clean-up activity at Pulau Payar Marine Park, 45 students and 5 teachers from Dalat International School Penang travelled to the Kilim Geoforest Park in Langkawi on 21 April 2011 to ...
 
 
Beach Clean Up 2011
 
On 20 April 2011, 45 students and 5 teachers from Dalat International School Penang participated in a beach clean-up activity at Pulau Payar Marine Park. The activity was part of the school’s annual ...
 
 
International Cleanup Day 2010
 
In conjunction with International Cleanup Day 2010, Langkawi Coral took the initiative to organise a team of volunteers to tackle underwater marine debris problems. The event was carried out on 25 September ...
 
 
Beach Clean Up 2010
 
Some 47 eighth graders and five teachers from Dalat International School Penang, and five Langkawi Coral staff participated in a beach clean-up at Pulau Payar Marine Park on 15 April 2010. The activity ...
 
 
Reef Clean Up 2010
 
In an effort to conserve the underwater environment, 6 dive masters from Langkawi Coral participated in a reef clean-up project in Pulau Payar, a marine park in the state of Kedah, Malaysia. ...
 
 
 
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