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Under the banner of PADI's Project AWARE, Planet Scuba, a PADI 5-Star Instructor Development Centre, in Kuala Lumpur, together with ReefBall Asia, Marine Park Department and the Malaysian Armed Forces, have successfully deployed 4 reef balls in Pulau Dayang, off the coast of Johor in Malaysia. The reef balls, each weighing about 250 kg, are state-of-the-art reef modules designed by ReefBall Asia to provide the same function as a natural coral. Named 'Planet Reef', the reef is the first privately sponsored artificial reef of its kind in Malaysia and is Planet Scuba's special dedication to all present and future lovers of the ocean. A PADI International Resort and Retail Associations Member, training PADI scuba divers from beginner to Instructor levels, Planet Scuba share The Project AWARE Foundation's worldwide efforts to preserve the underwater environment. Says P.K. Chee, Director of Planet Scuba Sdn Bhd, "Project AWARE encompasses our environmental awareness and protection philosophy. Through our training, PADI divers will learn the importance of protecting fragile aquatic ecosystems and are encouraged to become actively involved in their preservation efforts." For more information on how you can be involved with their next special event, please contact Planet Scuba Sdn Bhd at sales@planetscuba.com.my: For details on how you can help with aquatic protection and conservation, visit www.projectaware.org


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