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Under the supervision of the National Parks Board of Singapore and supported by Reef Check Malaysia, Green Fins was introduced in 2016 to the dive centres of Singapore who frequently visit Pulau Tioman in Malaysia. Although there are some diving spots and certainly some snorkelling hotspots in Singapore, the majority of the diving businesses based in Singapore take their guests to nearby Malaysian reefs.
The National Parks Board have adopted the Green Fins Code of Conduct and use the Green Fins friendly diving and snorkelling guidelines (Green Fins icons) to help educate visiting tourists to help minimise their impact when snorkelling in the surrounding islands of Singapore.
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