Langkawi, officially known by its title Langkawi, the Jewel of Kedah (Malay: Langkawi Permata Kedah), is a duty-free island and an archipelago of 99 islands (plus five small islands visible only at low tide in the Strait of Malacca) located some 30 km off the coast of northwestern Malaysia and a few kilometres south of Ko Tarutao, adjacent to the Thai border. Politically, it is an administrative district of Kedah, with Kuah as its largest town. Pantai Cenang is the island’s most popular beach and tourist area
|MANGROVE CRUISE & SWIMMING||This river is a coastal river and we ride a boat along the mangrove forest a unique group of trees that Mangrove River Cruise and Swimming Tour conducted at Kubang Badak River. This mangroves Forest is home to a unique group of plants. Adapted to live in an environment of constant and
dynamic change. Dictated by the rise and fall of the tides, the Mangroves are a wonderful study on survival and adaptation. Our guide will take us on board to explore the Kubang Badak River. We may have chances to observe the White-bellied Sea Eagles, Brahminy Kites, Kingfishers, Herons,
Mudskippers, Fiddler Crabs and Monitor Lizards and if we are lucky the resident otter family. We make a stop at Jemuruk Island for a swim. We then make our way to a local family house for a delightful home cooked lunch.
|UNESCO GEOPARK TOUR||This tour takes us to the north east of Langkawi where we take a boat and explore some of the most beautiful seascapes Malaysia has to offer. Sheer limestone cliffs, fiords and seastacks majestically rise like ancient temples out of the ocean. The porous nature of limestone that is
continually exposed to the dehydrating sun, wind and salt from the oceans have resulted in the growth of a unique flora some of which cannot be found anywhere else in the world. Rain and the tidal movements will weather and shape these stunning Karst formations giving rise to numerous caves, crevasses and canyons. Let our experienced guide take you back into time for a tour surely not to be missed