when seeing a turtle
Occasionally we do have turtles laying eggs on our beaches. If you encounter one, it’s ok to observe and watch them from afar. Do let our reception tram or our Tengah Island Conservation team knows so we can secure the nest and relocate the eggs to the hatchery.
No flash photography
Don’t touch the eggs or the hatchling
Don’t touch the turtle
When visiting the island or other destinations
We forbid our visitors and staff from feeding the fish, fishing, littering, collection of seashell and marine animal - dead or alive in and around the island. Batu Batu is located within the protected Johor Marine Park Malaysia and the following best-practices to protect the fragile environment should be observed.
Don’t step on the coral
Don’t stir the sediment
Don’t touch or chase the marine life
Don’t feed the fishes
Don’t collect dead or alive marine life
Don’t anchor on coral reefs
Do use mooring bouys
Don’t support shark finning
Don’t buy souvenirs of coral & marine life
Don’t remove seashells or corals
Do join or support conservation projects
Tengah Island Conservation
Meet the TIC team and learn about their on-going conservation and community engagement projects around the area.
Find out about the fun activities you can get involved in whilst staying with us to learn more about biodiversity and conservation.
Our Vision and Commitment
Learn about Batu Batu’s conviction that tourism businesses can be both profitable and simultaneously support biodiversity and community.
Batu Batu Experiences
Beyond the sea and the beach, Batu Batu’s services and facilities are available to make your stay the most comfortable.