Situated off Malaysia’s northwest coast, Langkawi probably needs no introduction anymore. Known for its pristine beaches, stunning landscapes, thrilling outdoor activities as well as mystifying myths, Langkawi is called the Jewel of Kedah for a reason. Whether it’s with family, friends or loved one, it’s always a great idea to travel to Langkawi.
- Kilim Karst Geoforest Park
Did you know that Langkawi is covered in mangrove? Listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, the Kilim Karst Geoforest Park is one of the most important ecosystems in Malaysia. The best way to explore this beautiful place by taking a boat tour which allows you to see the rugged caves, limpid pools, and various areas of forest lands. Spare a day to travel to this park to witness Malaysia’s natural beauty.
- Telaga Tujuh Waterfalls
Nicknamed “Home of the Fairies”, the name Telaga Tujuh literally translates to ‘seven wells’, which is named after the seven natural pools fed by seven separate waterfalls in Gunung Mat Cincang. Telaga Tujuh Waterfalls is billed as the island’s most wonderful natural attraction. And rightfully, it’s a sight to behold. Be sure to stop by and dive into this mystical yet soothing pool when you travel to Langkawi.
- Datai Bay
Datai Bay is home to some of Langkawi’s most luxurious and swanky resorts. Even though this bay has no specific tourist attractions, most travellers come here for picture-perfect sunset views. The closest attractions from Datai Bay are the Ibrahim Hussein Foundation Museum and the famous Langkawi Crocodile Farm. Since Langkawi is one of Malaysia’s most popular honeymoon destinations, here’s where you can spend a romantic and peaceful evening.
- Langkawi Sky Bridge
End your Langkawi holiday on a high note—literally. Langkawi Sky Bridge is a 124 meter-long curved pedestrian bridge that offers a splendid aerial view of a number of popular places to see in Langkawi. That is, if you manage to get over the terrifying part. The bridge stands at a whopping altitude of 700 m above the sea level! The bridge can only accommodate 250 people at a time, so make sure that you’re one of them when you travel to Malaysia’s most popular holiday island.