Top 3 Tourist Destinations in Langkawi Islands

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Eco Park

Langkawi has been recognized by UNESCO as a member of World Geopark so it's no excuse for visitors to overlook the beautiful eco-parks and sanctuaries in this place.

Go to Kilim Karst Ecological Park, walk along the wooden bridge over the mangrove swamp and admire the natural beauty of Bogak forest, naughty monkeys and unique limestone formations. At the end of the road is a large bat cave. If you like, you can also take a boat to explore the forest reserve and find out about the ecosystem here, including medicinal plants and migratory birds.


Pulau Payar is an ocean park located in western Malaysia, famous for its rich and beautiful marine ecosystem. The place is actually white beaches and is ideal for picnics. The trails are for those who want to stroll to explore the island. Just off the coast, visitors can catch exciting things like baby sharks.

You can also go to Underwater World Langkawi to explore the secrets of the deep sea. The Underwater World Langkawi was built to raise awareness about the importance of preserving aquatic life on the island. The site consists of three major sites: rainforest, temperate and Antarctic. In addition, it features a modern 3D cinema, a coffee shop and a Resource Protection Education Center.
Mardi Lake is a must-see in Langkawi. Legend has it that the women who are infertile when drinking a sip of water in this lake will be blessed.

One of the interesting destinations is the Tasik Dayang Bunting. This lake was formed by the collapse of huge caves on the island. The lake is more than 14m deep.

Perdana Gallery


The fourth Malaysian Prime Minister, Mahathir Mohamad, has built an Artistic Handicraft Center named Galeria Perdana with more than 2,500 items to help the island's population develop their craft and increase their income. Do not forget to visit the Langkawi handicraft complex to select some Malaysian handicrafts as gifts for friends and relatives.

Beautiful beaches in Langkawi

Pantai Cenang is one of the famous beaches in Langkawi. It attracts tourists by the beautiful combination of blue jade water, smooth white sand and fresh green palm trees. In addition, this area also has cheap hotels suitable for your pocket. Especially when the sun goes down, the streets here are bustling with lots of stalls selling some local specialties, popular restaurants along with lively bars.


Pantai Tengah is home to the longest coastline on Langkawi Island and is of sandy quality that resembles Pantai Cenang Beach. However, this area is quieter with lovely bungalows on the sea. Guests can also sign up for a massage at their hotel or make a visit to the surrounding small islands.
Beaches in Pantai Kok are mostly owned by luxury resorts such as Sheraton or Tanjung Sanctuary. So the space here is quite quiet, visitors can comfortably relax on the sandy beaches under the sun and clear blue water. Alternatively, you can make a boat trip west of Pantai Kok to explore the limestone hills with tropical jungle. It will be an exciting experience during your trip to Malaysia when you visit Langkawi Island.


A famous beach in Langkawi, Tangjung Rhu has crystal-clear waters, fine sand and is covered in dense jungle. Therefore, this place completely separate the world outside, suitable for those who want to enjoy a peaceful holiday while traveling Malaysia. And scattered in Tanjung Rhu are some street vendor stalls with delicious attractive specialties.

Datai Bay is the exclusive beach of the high-end Datai Bay resort in Langkawi. Therefore the space here is quiet. In addition to bathing, lying on the sand, visitors can visit the Ibrahim Hussein Museum and Langkawi Crocodile Farm not far from the beach.



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Location 07000 Langkawi Islands, Kedah, Malaysia

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