If you live in West Malaysia, you don't necessarily need to go to Terengganu beach to see turtles. You may visit to Segari Turtle Sanctuary (Pusat Konservasi dan Penerangan Penyu) which is located just a couple of miles from the town of Pantai Remis in the state of Perak.
It's sight-seeing place in which you could see several types of turtles and obtain information about the turtles that are being bred in the turtle exhibition centre.
' I am climbing to your shell, don't move'...
'Yeah, I am successful'
The soft shells of the turtles do look like watermelon; don't you think so?
The large turtle in the pond which attracted many visitors capturing it.
The soft shell of the turtle hatch-lings is dark in colour.
The conserved turtle which was placed in the information center.
By the way, an interesting fact: Turtle's sex is determined by the ambient temperature during the hatching process. Segari Turtle Sanctuary is worth to be visited. It's not only enhancing our knowledge about turtles but also the importance of conserve these going-to-be extinct reptile.
Monday to Sunday : 10.00 a.m. to 12.30 p.m. and 2.00 p.m. to 5.00 p.m.
Entrance Fees: FREE!
CONSERVE THE ENDANGERED SPECIES
REDUCE POLLUTION and APPRECIATE THE MOTHER OF NATURE