Work Visit by Delegates of Hong Kong Department of Agriculture, Fisheries and Conservation

NOTICE

Dear Valued Guests,

We are pleased to announce that we have reopened our doors to welcome new check-ins!
 

Following the recent Conditional Movement Control Order (CMCO) announcement and in accordance to the Standard Operating Procedures set forth by the Malaysian National Security Council, only limited services and facilities are permitted to further curb the outbreak of COVID-19.
 

Facilities such as swimming pool, gym and spa are temporarily suspended until further notice. For restaurants that open during this period, we have adopted strict hygiene measures in compliance with the guidelines recommended under the CMCO. Alternatively, à la carte menu is available for in-room dining and takeaway. 

 

In addition, we have implemented new cleanliness protocols and specific initiatives as part of our Clean & Safe Commitment to further enhance safety and minimize risk for our guests and associates. We seek your kind cooperation in practising social distancing and complying with our safety measures during your stay.
 

Thank you for your patience and understanding during this transition. Stay safe!
 

The Management

 

November 2018, Official Press Release

It was a great pleasure to host delegates from the Hong Kong Department of Agriculture, Fisheries and Conservation. Marine Parks Officer, Dr. Chan King, Senior Marine Parks Supervisor for Marine Parks Division Management & Enforcement Section, Mr. Tong Ka-wai and Marine Parks Supervisor I for Marine Parks Division Management & Enforcement Section, Mr. Yuen Aphoran were greeted by The Taaras Beach & Spa Resort’s Executive Assistant Manager Mr. Rizal Yaacob, Marine Biologist, Ms. Balqis Samsuri, together with Deputy Director General, Mr. Wan Muhammad Aznan bin Abdullah and Director of Education and Information Interpretation, Mr. Mohd Nizam bin Ismail.

 

The purpose of this visit was to share knowledge between Malaysia and Hong Kong in Marine Park management and marine life conservation. The trip was also in conjunction with International Year of Reef 2018 (IYOR). The delegates were briefed on turtle rehabilitation and conservation efforts conducted at the resort which left them very delighted and impressed. They hoped to bring the similar concept back to Hong Kong for their conservation programme.

 

Work Visit by Delegates of Hong Kong Department of Agriculture, Fisheries and Conservation