Arab tourist drowned, son rescued by marine biologist in Langkawi

A civil defence personnel (middle) taking to Ung (left) at Pantai Cenang in Langkawi.

LANGKAWI: “Please save my son”, pleaded the Arabian tourist, who drowned in Pantai Cenang, Langkawi, to a 60-year-old marine biologist who braved the high waves to save him and his sons. 

Ung Eng Huan said he immediately grabbed the man’s 13-year-old son and swam towards the rocks. 

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