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What is the honest condition of your reefs? The last time I was in Malaysia the bleaching and fish decline was evident everywhere.
The Reefs are in a good condition. There is some bleaching evident, but not as bad as it was a few years ago.

The 6 weeks that we closed for helped with the marine life here since it's also a breeding time.

There's also a huge amount of conservation efforts carried out here which helps.There is an extensive network of artificial reefs and dive sites, as well as a number of reef monitoring programs which all help.
 
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