Introducing Langkawi

This luxurious beach destination is an archipelago of more than 100 islands in the Andaman Sea off the west coast of Malaysia. The shores are fringed with palm trees and you can expect nothing less than powdery soft sands and turquoise blue waters at Langkawi’s many beaches plus nature lovers will be at peace with the many jungle walks and nature trails that lead your adventure further inland. For families, there are also a number of luxury 5 star beachfront resorts with spa facilities and kids’ clubs, plus many attractions throughout the island region to entertain all ages.

Highlights of Langkawi

Pulau Payar Marine Park
Pulau Payar Marine Park is a fantastic site for snorkelling and scuba diving – there are diving and snorkel tours daily.
Langkawi Sky Bridge
The 125 metre long curved pedestrian bridge is a must-visit attraction and great for all ages. It offers exhilarating views over the Gunung Mat Cincang Mountains and the Telaja Tujuh waterfalls.
Pantai Kok Cable Car
Another way to get great views is to take the Pantai Kok Cable Car – it’s the steepest cable ride in the world and will take you right to the top to the Oriental Village and two viewing platforms.
Kilim Karst Geoforest Park
Kilim Karst Geoforest Park Langkawi spans more than 100 square kilometres and is best known for its pristine beaches, mangrove swamps and its limestone hills. This is a great place for spotting wildlife.
Air Terjun Temurun
The Temurun waterfalls are located in the Mat Cincang Nature Park and make a great place for hiking – the falls have a 30 metre drop and a nice pool at the bottom for visitors to cool down in.

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