Perdana Quay Eco Marine Park

PERDANA QUAY ECO MARINE PARK

Perdana Quay Eco Marine Park, Langkawi is the First Interactive Sea Water Theme Park in Asia. Eco Marine Park is a perfect holiday destination for public to experience one of a kind up-close interaction with marine life in a safe and ecological environment. 

Whether you are planning a family vacation or education tour or even team building activities, Eco Marine Park offers unforgettable experiences and create memories that will last a lifetime. Visitors will have the opportunity to swim with sharks, rays and other sea creatures as well as hand-feed the fishes. 

Besides having fun, visitors will be able to discover the fascinating facts and information related to marine life and conservation. 

PARK LAYOUT MAP

1. Ticketing Office

2. Beach Cafe

3. Touch Pool

4. Duty Free Shop

5. Changing Room

6. TNB Substation

7. Cultivation Tanks & Marine Life Research

8. Quarantine & Hostels

9. Poolside Cafe

10. Sharks Pool

11. Infinity Pool

12. Kids Fun Pool

13. Changing Room

14. Pump House

15. Snorkeling Pool

16. Retail Shoplots

17. Performing Stage

18. Deep Water Pool

19. Seafood Restaurant

20. Beach Kiosks

21. Parking Area

22. Office

23. Water Feature

24. Sea Walking

THINGS TO DO

PERDANA QUAY ECO MARINE PARK offers an unforgettable one-of-a kind experience where you can swim with sharks, stingray, 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.

MARINE LIFE ANIMAL CENTER

Beside taking care of the marine animals in our Park, we also provide help to stranded sea animals that need medical care. Our mission is to rehabilitate and release them back to the sea.       

CULTIVATION CENTER

The sea water from our pool goes without waste as it provides an excellent natural environment for production of seafood and corals in our cultivation center. We are also the first park in cultivating giant clams in Malaysia. 

SEA TURTLES BREEDING PROGRAM

The leatherback sea turtle is the largest of all living turtles and is the fourth-heaviest modern reptile behind three crocodilians. It can easily be differentiated from other modern sea turtles by its lack of a bony shell, hence the name.