Any one familiar with Langkawi will absolutely agree that if you want to enjoy nature and get the best deals for alcohols, cigarettes, and chocolates, this duty-free zone island will be your next destination of choice. Its turquoise waters and majestic natural wonders are also perfect for exciting activities and perfect adventures.
Here are some of the popular destinations in the archipelago consisting of 99 islands, in the west coast of Malaysia. We will be adding more so make sure you add this link to your favorites and start planning that Langkawi getaway.
In 2007, it was awarded with UNESCO Global Geopark status which is one of only 147 worldwide to date. The park comprises of Machinchang Cambrian Geoforest Park, Kilim Karst Geoforest Park, Dayang Bunting Marble Geoforest Park, and Kubang Badak BioGeo Trail where visitors can feast their eyes on flora and fauna, ancient rock formations, caves, and beautiful mountain peaks.
The island is about 20 kilometres from Kuah town and is famous for its myth: barren women will bear a child if they bathe in the lake. The legend said that the body of the child of a heavenly princess named Mambang Sari and a prince, Mat Teja, was left in the lake when it died seven days after its birth.
The crystal clear waters together with its beautiful set of islands will definitely keep everyone in awe.
The picturesque and busy beach strip of Pantai Cenang has a diverse mix of souvenir shops, duty-free outlets, cafes and restaurants. White sands plus clear waters is perfect for ocean sports and sunbathing.
3D Art and Upside Down Museum
Langkawi never runs out of creativity as the interactive 3D Art and Upside Down Museum abounds.
These are just a few of the exciting things you can do in Langkawi.
Truly, the island is home to many wonderful attractions and great adventures that will surely keep visitors coming back for more.