Dark Blue Circle :
Symbolizes unity among Division of Marine Park Malaysia staffs in efforts of conserving the country’s maritime resources.
Baby Blue Circle :
Sea that is pristine and preserve that is the key role of the department. It is surrounded by the Blue Circle, which reflects that it is in the care of Division of Marine Park Malaysia.
White Wave :
One wave represents the department’s direction and the other represents the country’s development. Both shall move in consistence to promise a glorious future. White color symbolizes purity and transparency within the department and the country in protecting our marine resources.
Coat of Arms of Malaysia
The Coat of Arms or armorial ensign of Malaysia shows a 14-pointed star representing the 13 constituent states within the Federation of Malaysia together with the Federal Government, while the star and the crescent together symbolise Islam as the official religion of Malaysia.
The five Kris represents the five former Unfederated Malay States (Johor, Kedah, Perlis, Kelantan and Terengganu). The left-hand division of the shield represents the state of Penang and the right-hand section shows the Malacca tree that depicts the State of Malacca. These two states formed part of the former Straits Settlements.
In the four equal sized panels in the centre, the colours black and white are colours of the State of Pahang; red and yellow are colours of the State of Selangor; black, white and yellow are the colours of the State of Perak; and red, black and yellow those of the State of Negeri Sembilan. These four States formed the original Federated Malay States. The three sections below represent the State of Sabah on the left and the State of Sarawak on the right.
In the centre is The Hibiscus which is The National flower. Flanking the shield are tigers, a design element retained from the earlier armorial ensign of the Federation of Malaya (and before that, of the Federated Malay States).
The motto in Romanised-script on the left and Jawi (Arabic) script on the right reads “Bersekutu Bertambah Mutu”, the Malay equivalent of “Unity is Strength”. The yellow colour of the scroll is the royal colour of the Rulers.