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All reviews baby turtles club med small donation free entrance educational visit marine life don't expect too much turtle lay eggs an amazing experience educational place quick visit short trip great for kids very small place eggs laid great effort bigger turtles
short small tour of the venue. learnt some interesting things. tour in English, lasting no more than an hour. free as part of your club med stay. not flash, so don't expect an expansive tour, but the facility appear to do good work which was...More
Turtles are absent during the N.E Monsoon from Nov to Feb annualy. We were disappointed that the sanctury was closed in this period. You must check the tturtle laying season when the turtles come to shore.
This is a small sanctuary and there is no need for any sort of fees. But, there is a place where you can actually donate some money for the maintenance of the place, I'd reckon. It is quite an informative place and you can get...More
Situated on the same road to Club Mediterranean. No entry fees charged. An educational place as by reading the posters on display, one gets to know the life of turtles that frequented the coast of Malaysia, the dangers faced by the turtles, the steps taken...More
A small but informative turtle Santaury. Compare to the turtle sanctuary at Sitiawan, this is a smaller sanctuary. But the must do activity here is you can do the tour to watch turtle laying eggs at night. We join Pak Su tour, meet 9pm at...More
Its part of our Club Med package, and its good education for the kids. We got to see different species of turtles, learnt about their habitat, its a good introduction to turtles, before we then went to the hatchery and see the releasing of turtles.
Visited this place for the third time. Didn't know that the visitors can join their activity of releasing baby turtles to the sea in the evening about 6.30-7.30pm. Visitors have to make a small donation of at least RM50 for 10 baby turtles to join...More
We went 5 months ago and then the turtle release was in the evening only. From 5 or 6 pm, on the beach front, ie the doors to the sanctuary were closed and you had to walk around the building to the beach where the backdoor... More
We went 5 months ago and then the turtle release was in the evening only. From 5 or 6 pm, on the beach front, ie the doors to the sanctuary were closed and you had to walk around the building to the beach where the backdoor was open. It was one of the highlights of our trip. Enjoy!
Hi Shiraz, if you want to see turtles laying eggs, it is best to visit Cherating during April to September period. There are tours available in most of the hotels here. For your information, if you want to experience turtle... More
Hi Shiraz, if you want to see turtles laying eggs, it is best to visit Cherating during April to September period. There are tours available in most of the hotels here. For your information, if you want to experience turtle laying eggs, Pak Su would be one of the best person to do. He even has his own turtle sanctuary. He goes all the way out to buy and save Turtle eggs from the market and place them in his own hatchery. Very dedicated man. If you want his contact, I would be happy to give you.