AMY SING WONG – Marine Biologist at Park Hyatt Maldives Hadahaa

Published on: Aug 04 2015 by Maldives by Capital Travel


Amy Sing Wong has joined Park Hyatt Maldives Haadahaa as a Marine Biologist and EarthCheck Coordinator.

Amy will be based within Park Hyatt Maldives Hadahaa’s Dive and Activity Centre, providing guests with invaluable information on the house reef and how to treat the marine environment during their stay.

Amy holds a BSc in Wildlife Biology from Manchester Metropolitan University and an MSc in Marine Biology from Bangor University. Prior to accepting her position at Park Hyatt Maldives Hadahaa, Amy’s past experiences includes working in the Bird Department at Chester Zoo and a six week volunteer Marine Project in Fiji, demonstrating her passion for, and knowledge of, marine biology.
Speaking about the house reef, Amy says, “Guests should expect to see a diverse range of fish species, ranging from schooling groups of damsel fish, butterfly fish, unicorn fish, and surgeon fish to parrotfish, triggerfish and anemone fish. We are also lucky to have a few resident Black tip reef sharks, Hawksbill turtles and Spotted Eagle rays.”

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