Weng Dee

Extremely grateful for the two months I spent interning at LTTW, much of which was spent based on Lang Tengah. I’ve met and worked with a team of wonderful, mutually inspiring people during my time here who I’m sure I’ll be good friends with for years to come. I gained exposure to conservation field work, patrolling for and collecting data on nesting mothers, relocating nests, and conducting nest inspections.


Camp life is laid-back but with adventures if you so wish to find them. My free time on the island spent cliff jumping, hiking, snorkelling and free diving are as precious to me as the gained experience with hands-on conservation work; together these grounded and connected me back to both my priorities and the natural world, which was wholly welcome after months of lockdown and restricted movement due to COVID.

Exciting news ahead! We are thrilled to announce that Lang Tengah Turtle Watch is migrating to Persatuan Pemuliharaan dan Kajian Marin Malaysia (Marine Conservation and Research Organisation Malaysia), also known as PULIHARA.

At PULIHARA, we are committed to continue with the conservation efforts that were previously carried out under LTTW with the same dedication, commitment and focus.

We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause and assure you that we are working tirelessly to ensure a smooth migration process.

We invite you to join us on this journey of transformation! Please visit our new website at puliharamalaysia.org to learn more about our mission and how you can get involved.

Thank you for your continued support and dedication to our cause. Together, let's create a meaningful change and leave a lasting legacy for future generations.

Warm regards,