The Pulau Payar Marine Park is a collection of four, emerald-green islands, comprising of Pulau Payar – the largest – Pulau Kaca, Pulau Lembu and Pulau Segantang, spanning across two nautical miles of blue sea. The park is Langkawi’s preferred diving and snorkelling expedition spot; inland is a mass of foliage that is bordered by the teal waters and a curvature of white-sand beach. The two-kilometre-long park’s main draws are the miniature coastline and the diving platform; weather conditions are usually sunny, making it easy to see the tropical undersea action without even having to go snorkelling.
The Pulau Payar Marine Park Excursion is a seven-hour trip that takes you to the marine park so you can spend time with the abundant and colourful tropical marine life. The water is the best amongst Langkawi’s 99 islands for scuba diving and snorkelling. The pleasant white beaches are also the perfect retreat for those who want to escape the more popular white-sand beaches of Pantai Cenang & Pantai Tengah. Besides diving, you can spend your time swimming in the clear warm seas or sunbathing on the secluded virgin sands.