TICD 2019

Berjaya Tioman Resort recently held the Tioman Island Conservation Day (TICD) 2019 to restore the beauty of the sea and to preserve the splendid sanctuary of the Tioman Island. With a total of 120 divers from Malaysia and Singapore together with members of the media and sponsors participated in this year’s TICD to unite together for planet Earth in preserving the nature. They also played an active role in the rehabilitation of rescued corals by taking part in constructing cement modules made from recyclable materials for the Adopt-A-Coral program. The non-divers do a beach clean-up to collected trash at Bunut jungle and beach area, in just 2 hours, they collected 186kg worth of trash. photo adib rawi yahya

Berjaya Tioman Resort recently held the Tioman Island Conservation Day (TICD) 2019 to restore the beauty of the sea and to preserve the splendid sanctuary of the Tioman Island. With a total of 120 divers from Malaysia and Singapore together with members of the media and sponsors participated in this year’s TICD to unite together for planet Earth in preserving the nature. They also played an active role in the rehabilitation of rescued corals by taking part in constructing cement modules made from recyclable materials for the Adopt-A-Coral program. The non-divers do a beach clean-up to collected trash at Bunut jungle and beach area, in just 2 hours, they collected 186kg worth of trash. photo adib rawi yahya

Berjaya Tioman Resort recently held the Tioman Island Conservation Day (TICD) 2019 to restore the beauty of the sea and to preserve the splendid sanctuary of the Tioman Island. With a total of 120 divers from Malaysia and Singapore together with members of the media and sponsors participated in this year’s TICD to unite together for planet Earth in preserving the nature. They also played an active role in the rehabilitation of rescued corals by taking part in constructing cement modules made from recyclable materials for the Adopt-A-Coral program. The non-divers do a beach clean-up to collected trash at Bunut jungle and beach area, in just 2 hours, they collected 186kg worth of trash. photo adib rawi yahya

Berjaya Tioman Resort recently held the Tioman Island Conservation Day (TICD) 2019 to restore the beauty of the sea and to preserve the splendid sanctuary of the Tioman Island. With a total of 120 divers from Malaysia and Singapore together with members of the media and sponsors participated in this year’s TICD to unite together for planet Earth in preserving the nature. They also played an active role in the rehabilitation of rescued corals by taking part in constructing cement modules made from recyclable materials for the Adopt-A-Coral program. The non-divers do a beach clean-up to collected trash at Bunut jungle and beach area, in just 2 hours, they collected 186kg worth of trash. photo adib rawi yahya

Berjaya Tioman Resort recently held the Tioman Island Conservation Day (TICD) 2019 to restore the beauty of the sea and to preserve the splendid sanctuary of the Tioman Island. With a total of 120 divers from Malaysia and Singapore together with members of the media and sponsors participated in this year’s TICD to unite together for planet Earth in preserving the nature. They also played an active role in the rehabilitation of rescued corals by taking part in constructing cement modules made from recyclable materials for the Adopt-A-Coral program. The non-divers do a beach clean-up to collected trash at Bunut jungle and beach area, in just 2 hours, they collected 186kg worth of trash. photo adib rawi yahya

Berjaya Tioman Resort recently held the Tioman Island Conservation Day (TICD) 2019 to restore the beauty of the sea and to preserve the splendid sanctuary of the Tioman Island. With a total of 120 divers from Malaysia and Singapore together with members of the media and sponsors participated in this year’s TICD to unite together for planet Earth in preserving the nature. They also played an active role in the rehabilitation of rescued corals by taking part in constructing cement modules made from recyclable materials for the Adopt-A-Coral program. The non-divers do a beach clean-up to collected trash at Bunut jungle and beach area, in just 2 hours, they collected 186kg worth of trash. photo adib rawi yahya

Berjaya Tioman Resort recently held the Tioman Island Conservation Day (TICD) 2019 to restore the beauty of the sea and to preserve the splendid sanctuary of the Tioman Island. With a total of 120 divers from Malaysia and Singapore together with members of the media and sponsors participated in this year’s TICD to unite together for planet Earth in preserving the nature. They also played an active role in the rehabilitation of rescued corals by taking part in constructing cement modules made from recyclable materials for the Adopt-A-Coral program. The non-divers do a beach clean-up to collected trash at Bunut jungle and beach area, in just 2 hours, they collected 186kg worth of trash. photo adib rawi yahya

Berjaya Tioman Resort recently held the Tioman Island Conservation Day (TICD) 2019 to restore the beauty of the sea and to preserve the splendid sanctuary of the Tioman Island. With a total of 120 divers from Malaysia and Singapore together with members of the media and sponsors participated in this year’s TICD to unite together for planet Earth in preserving the nature. They also played an active role in the rehabilitation of rescued corals by taking part in constructing cement modules made from recyclable materials for the Adopt-A-Coral program. The non-divers do a beach clean-up to collected trash at Bunut jungle and beach area, in just 2 hours, they collected 186kg worth of trash. photo adib rawi yahya

Berjaya Tioman Resort recently held the Tioman Island Conservation Day (TICD) 2019 to restore the beauty of the sea and to preserve the splendid sanctuary of the Tioman Island. With a total of 120 divers from Malaysia and Singapore together with members of the media and sponsors participated in this year’s TICD to unite together for planet Earth in preserving the nature. They also played an active role in the rehabilitation of rescued corals by taking part in constructing cement modules made from recyclable materials for the Adopt-A-Coral program. The non-divers do a beach clean-up to collected trash at Bunut jungle and beach area, in just 2 hours, they collected 186kg worth of trash. photo adib rawi yahya

Berjaya Tioman Resort recently held the Tioman Island Conservation Day (TICD) 2019 to restore the beauty of the sea and to preserve the splendid sanctuary of the Tioman Island. With a total of 120 divers from Malaysia and Singapore together with members of the media and sponsors participated in this year’s TICD to unite together for planet Earth in preserving the nature. They also played an active role in the rehabilitation of rescued corals by taking part in constructing cement modules made from recyclable materials for the Adopt-A-Coral program. The non-divers do a beach clean-up to collected trash at Bunut jungle and beach area, in just 2 hours, they collected 186kg worth of trash. photo adib rawi yahya

Berjaya Tioman Resort recently held the Tioman Island Conservation Day (TICD) 2019 to restore the beauty of the sea and to preserve the splendid sanctuary of the Tioman Island. With a total of 120 divers from Malaysia and Singapore together with members of the media and sponsors participated in this year’s TICD to unite together for planet Earth in preserving the nature. They also played an active role in the rehabilitation of rescued corals by taking part in constructing cement modules made from recyclable materials for the Adopt-A-Coral program. The non-divers do a beach clean-up to collected trash at Bunut jungle and beach area, in just 2 hours, they collected 186kg worth of trash. photo adib rawi yahya

Berjaya Tioman Resort recently held the Tioman Island Conservation Day (TICD) 2019 to restore the beauty of the sea and to preserve the splendid sanctuary of the Tioman Island. With a total of 120 divers from Malaysia and Singapore together with members of the media and sponsors participated in this year’s TICD to unite together for planet Earth in preserving the nature. They also played an active role in the rehabilitation of rescued corals by taking part in constructing cement modules made from recyclable materials for the Adopt-A-Coral program. The non-divers do a beach clean-up to collected trash at Bunut jungle and beach area, in just 2 hours, they collected 186kg worth of trash. photo adib rawi yahya

Berjaya Tioman Resort recently held the Tioman Island Conservation Day (TICD) 2019 to restore the beauty of the sea and to preserve the splendid sanctuary of the Tioman Island. With a total of 120 divers from Malaysia and Singapore together with members of the media and sponsors participated in this year’s TICD to unite together for planet Earth in preserving the nature. They also played an active role in the rehabilitation of rescued corals by taking part in constructing cement modules made from recyclable materials for the Adopt-A-Coral program. The non-divers do a beach clean-up to collected trash at Bunut jungle and beach area, in just 2 hours, they collected 186kg worth of trash. photo adib rawi yahya

Berjaya Tioman Resort recently held the Tioman Island Conservation Day (TICD) 2019 to restore the beauty of the sea and to preserve the splendid sanctuary of the Tioman Island. With a total of 120 divers from Malaysia and Singapore together with members of the media and sponsors participated in this year’s TICD to unite together for planet Earth in preserving the nature. They also played an active role in the rehabilitation of rescued corals by taking part in constructing cement modules made from recyclable materials for the Adopt-A-Coral program. The non-divers do a beach clean-up to collected trash at Bunut jungle and beach area, in just 2 hours, they collected 186kg worth of trash. photo adib rawi yahya

Berjaya Tioman Resort recently held the Tioman Island Conservation Day (TICD) 2019 to restore the beauty of the sea and to preserve the splendid sanctuary of the Tioman Island. With a total of 120 divers from Malaysia and Singapore together with members of the media and sponsors participated in this year’s TICD to unite together for planet Earth in preserving the nature. They also played an active role in the rehabilitation of rescued corals by taking part in constructing cement modules made from recyclable materials for the Adopt-A-Coral program. The non-divers do a beach clean-up to collected trash at Bunut jungle and beach area, in just 2 hours, they collected 186kg worth of trash. photo adib rawi yahya

Berjaya Tioman Resort recently held the Tioman Island Conservation Day (TICD) 2019 to restore the beauty of the sea and to preserve the splendid sanctuary of the Tioman Island. With a total of 120 divers from Malaysia and Singapore together with members of the media and sponsors participated in this year’s TICD to unite together for planet Earth in preserving the nature. They also played an active role in the rehabilitation of rescued corals by taking part in constructing cement modules made from recyclable materials for the Adopt-A-Coral program. The non-divers do a beach clean-up to collected trash at Bunut jungle and beach area, in just 2 hours, they collected 186kg worth of trash. photo adib rawi yahya

Berjaya Tioman Resort recently held the Tioman Island Conservation Day (TICD) 2019 to restore the beauty of the sea and to preserve the splendid sanctuary of the Tioman Island. With a total of 120 divers from Malaysia and Singapore together with members of the media and sponsors participated in this year’s TICD to unite together for planet Earth in preserving the nature. They also played an active role in the rehabilitation of rescued corals by taking part in constructing cement modules made from recyclable materials for the Adopt-A-Coral program. The non-divers do a beach clean-up to collected trash at Bunut jungle and beach area, in just 2 hours, they collected 186kg worth of trash. photo adib rawi yahya

Berjaya Tioman Resort recently held the Tioman Island Conservation Day (TICD) 2019 to restore the beauty of the sea and to preserve the splendid sanctuary of the Tioman Island. With a total of 120 divers from Malaysia and Singapore together with members of the media and sponsors participated in this year’s TICD to unite together for planet Earth in preserving the nature. They also played an active role in the rehabilitation of rescued corals by taking part in constructing cement modules made from recyclable materials for the Adopt-A-Coral program. The non-divers do a beach clean-up to collected trash at Bunut jungle and beach area, in just 2 hours, they collected 186kg worth of trash. photo adib rawi yahya

Berjaya Tioman Resort recently held the Tioman Island Conservation Day (TICD) 2019 to restore the beauty of the sea and to preserve the splendid sanctuary of the Tioman Island. With a total of 120 divers from Malaysia and Singapore together with members of the media and sponsors participated in this year’s TICD to unite together for planet Earth in preserving the nature. They also played an active role in the rehabilitation of rescued corals by taking part in constructing cement modules made from recyclable materials for the Adopt-A-Coral program. The non-divers do a beach clean-up to collected trash at Bunut jungle and beach area, in just 2 hours, they collected 186kg worth of trash. photo adib rawi yahya

Berjaya Tioman Resort recently held the Tioman Island Conservation Day (TICD) 2019 to restore the beauty of the sea and to preserve the splendid sanctuary of the Tioman Island. With a total of 120 divers from Malaysia and Singapore together with members of the media and sponsors participated in this year’s TICD to unite together for planet Earth in preserving the nature. They also played an active role in the rehabilitation of rescued corals by taking part in constructing cement modules made from recyclable materials for the Adopt-A-Coral program. The non-divers do a beach clean-up to collected trash at Bunut jungle and beach area, in just 2 hours, they collected 186kg worth of trash. photo adib rawi yahya

Berjaya Tioman Resort recently held the Tioman Island Conservation Day (TICD) 2019 to restore the beauty of the sea and to preserve the splendid sanctuary of the Tioman Island. With a total of 120 divers from Malaysia and Singapore together with members of the media and sponsors participated in this year’s TICD to unite together for planet Earth in preserving the nature. They also played an active role in the rehabilitation of rescued corals by taking part in constructing cement modules made from recyclable materials for the Adopt-A-Coral program. The non-divers do a beach clean-up to collected trash at Bunut jungle and beach area, in just 2 hours, they collected 186kg worth of trash. photo adib rawi yahya

Berjaya Tioman Resort recently held the Tioman Island Conservation Day (TICD) 2019 to restore the beauty of the sea and to preserve the splendid sanctuary of the Tioman Island. With a total of 120 divers from Malaysia and Singapore together with members of the media and sponsors participated in this year’s TICD to unite together for planet Earth in preserving the nature. They also played an active role in the rehabilitation of rescued corals by taking part in constructing cement modules made from recyclable materials for the Adopt-A-Coral program. The non-divers do a beach clean-up to collected trash at Bunut jungle and beach area, in just 2 hours, they collected 186kg worth of trash. photo adib rawi yahya

Berjaya Tioman Resort recently held the Tioman Island Conservation Day (TICD) 2019 to restore the beauty of the sea and to preserve the splendid sanctuary of the Tioman Island. With a total of 120 divers from Malaysia and Singapore together with members of the media and sponsors participated in this year’s TICD to unite together for planet Earth in preserving the nature. They also played an active role in the rehabilitation of rescued corals by taking part in constructing cement modules made from recyclable materials for the Adopt-A-Coral program. The non-divers do a beach clean-up to collected trash at Bunut jungle and beach area, in just 2 hours, they collected 186kg worth of trash. photo adib rawi yahya

Berjaya Tioman Resort recently held the Tioman Island Conservation Day (TICD) 2019 to restore the beauty of the sea and to preserve the splendid sanctuary of the Tioman Island. With a total of 120 divers from Malaysia and Singapore together with members of the media and sponsors participated in this year’s TICD to unite together for planet Earth in preserving the nature. They also played an active role in the rehabilitation of rescued corals by taking part in constructing cement modules made from recyclable materials for the Adopt-A-Coral program. The non-divers do a beach clean-up to collected trash at Bunut jungle and beach area, in just 2 hours, they collected 186kg worth of trash. photo adib rawi yahya

Berjaya Tioman Resort recently held the Tioman Island Conservation Day (TICD) 2019 to restore the beauty of the sea and to preserve the splendid sanctuary of the Tioman Island. With a total of 120 divers from Malaysia and Singapore together with members of the media and sponsors participated in this year’s TICD to unite together for planet Earth in preserving the nature. They also played an active role in the rehabilitation of rescued corals by taking part in constructing cement modules made from recyclable materials for the Adopt-A-Coral program. The non-divers do a beach clean-up to collected trash at Bunut jungle and beach area, in just 2 hours, they collected 186kg worth of trash. photo adib rawi yahya

Berjaya Tioman Resort recently held the Tioman Island Conservation Day (TICD) 2019 to restore the beauty of the sea and to preserve the splendid sanctuary of the Tioman Island. With a total of 120 divers from Malaysia and Singapore together with members of the media and sponsors participated in this year’s TICD to unite together for planet Earth in preserving the nature. They also played an active role in the rehabilitation of rescued corals by taking part in constructing cement modules made from recyclable materials for the Adopt-A-Coral program. The non-divers do a beach clean-up to collected trash at Bunut jungle and beach area, in just 2 hours, they collected 186kg worth of trash. photo adib rawi yahya

Berjaya Tioman Resort recently held the Tioman Island Conservation Day (TICD) 2019 to restore the beauty of the sea and to preserve the splendid sanctuary of the Tioman Island. With a total of 120 divers from Malaysia and Singapore together with members of the media and sponsors participated in this year’s TICD to unite together for planet Earth in preserving the nature. They also played an active role in the rehabilitation of rescued corals by taking part in constructing cement modules made from recyclable materials for the Adopt-A-Coral program. The non-divers do a beach clean-up to collected trash at Bunut jungle and beach area, in just 2 hours, they collected 186kg worth of trash. photo adib rawi yahya

Berjaya Tioman Resort recently held the Tioman Island Conservation Day (TICD) 2019 to restore the beauty of the sea and to preserve the splendid sanctuary of the Tioman Island. With a total of 120 divers from Malaysia and Singapore together with members of the media and sponsors participated in this year’s TICD to unite together for planet Earth in preserving the nature. They also played an active role in the rehabilitation of rescued corals by taking part in constructing cement modules made from recyclable materials for the Adopt-A-Coral program. The non-divers do a beach clean-up to collected trash at Bunut jungle and beach area, in just 2 hours, they collected 186kg worth of trash. photo adib rawi yahya

Berjaya Tioman Resort recently held the Tioman Island Conservation Day (TICD) 2019 to restore the beauty of the sea and to preserve the splendid sanctuary of the Tioman Island. With a total of 120 divers from Malaysia and Singapore together with members of the media and sponsors participated in this year’s TICD to unite together for planet Earth in preserving the nature. They also played an active role in the rehabilitation of rescued corals by taking part in constructing cement modules made from recyclable materials for the Adopt-A-Coral program. The non-divers do a beach clean-up to collected trash at Bunut jungle and beach area, in just 2 hours, they collected 186kg worth of trash. photo adib rawi yahya

Berjaya Tioman Resort recently held the Tioman Island Conservation Day (TICD) 2019 to restore the beauty of the sea and to preserve the splendid sanctuary of the Tioman Island. With a total of 120 divers from Malaysia and Singapore together with members of the media and sponsors participated in this year’s TICD to unite together for planet Earth in preserving the nature. They also played an active role in the rehabilitation of rescued corals by taking part in constructing cement modules made from recyclable materials for the Adopt-A-Coral program. The non-divers do a beach clean-up to collected trash at Bunut jungle and beach area, in just 2 hours, they collected 186kg worth of trash. photo adib rawi yahya

Berjaya Tioman Resort recently held the Tioman Island Conservation Day (TICD) 2019 to restore the beauty of the sea and to preserve the splendid sanctuary of the Tioman Island. With a total of 120 divers from Malaysia and Singapore together with members of the media and sponsors participated in this year’s TICD to unite together for planet Earth in preserving the nature. They also played an active role in the rehabilitation of rescued corals by taking part in constructing cement modules made from recyclable materials for the Adopt-A-Coral program. The non-divers do a beach clean-up to collected trash at Bunut jungle and beach area, in just 2 hours, they collected 186kg worth of trash. photo adib rawi yahya

Berjaya Tioman Resort recently held the Tioman Island Conservation Day (TICD) 2019 to restore the beauty of the sea and to preserve the splendid sanctuary of the Tioman Island. With a total of 120 divers from Malaysia and Singapore together with members of the media and sponsors participated in this year’s TICD to unite together for planet Earth in preserving the nature. They also played an active role in the rehabilitation of rescued corals by taking part in constructing cement modules made from recyclable materials for the Adopt-A-Coral program. The non-divers do a beach clean-up to collected trash at Bunut jungle and beach area, in just 2 hours, they collected 186kg worth of trash. photo adib rawi yahya

Berjaya Tioman Resort recently held the Tioman Island Conservation Day (TICD) 2019 to restore the beauty of the sea and to preserve the splendid sanctuary of the Tioman Island. With a total of 120 divers from Malaysia and Singapore together with members of the media and sponsors participated in this year’s TICD to unite together for planet Earth in preserving the nature. They also played an active role in the rehabilitation of rescued corals by taking part in constructing cement modules made from recyclable materials for the Adopt-A-Coral program. The non-divers do a beach clean-up to collected trash at Bunut jungle and beach area, in just 2 hours, they collected 186kg worth of trash. photo adib rawi yahya

Berjaya Tioman Resort recently held the Tioman Island Conservation Day (TICD) 2019 to restore the beauty of the sea and to preserve the splendid sanctuary of the Tioman Island. With a total of 120 divers from Malaysia and Singapore together with members of the media and sponsors participated in this year’s TICD to unite together for planet Earth in preserving the nature. They also played an active role in the rehabilitation of rescued corals by taking part in constructing cement modules made from recyclable materials for the Adopt-A-Coral program. The non-divers do a beach clean-up to collected trash at Bunut jungle and beach area, in just 2 hours, they collected 186kg worth of trash. photo adib rawi yahya

Berjaya Tioman Resort recently held the Tioman Island Conservation Day (TICD) 2019 to restore the beauty of the sea and to preserve the splendid sanctuary of the Tioman Island. With a total of 120 divers from Malaysia and Singapore together with members of the media and sponsors participated in this year’s TICD to unite together for planet Earth in preserving the nature. They also played an active role in the rehabilitation of rescued corals by taking part in constructing cement modules made from recyclable materials for the Adopt-A-Coral program. The non-divers do a beach clean-up to collected trash at Bunut jungle and beach area, in just 2 hours, they collected 186kg worth of trash. photo adib rawi yahya

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