Langkawi is one of Malaysia’s top tourist destinations. It boasts a variety of attractions, ranging from high mountains to long beaches that make it a perfect tourist destination for both locals and foreigners. So for the winners of myTukar’s Mai-Lah Raya Promo.
One of the most beautiful and majestic spots in Langkawi is the Telaga Tujuh Waterfalls. This stunning natural formation is located in the northwest corner of the island and is made up of a series of natural pools. The seven different waterfalls that empty into these formations are sourced from one singular mountain, Mount Mag Cincang. Locals have dubbed the site as the land of the fairies due to its mystical and enhancing landscape. Whilst here, you can enjoy the sights from the two viewing points or take a dip in the waters.
Payar Island Snorkelling
If you want to explore the sea, we recommended diving into in the waters surrounding Payar Island. Here, you will be able to plunge into the shallows to view the island’s vibrant corals and shipwrecks accompanied by swirling schools of colourful creatures whilst enjoying the tropical waters of the Andaman Sea. If snorkelling isn’t your thing then you can still check the marine life out from the observation chamber.
Pantai Pasir Hitam
Pantai Pasir Hitam or ‘Black Sand Beach’ is another popular spot amongst locals and tourists. Despite its name, the beach is actually a mix of black and white sand, formed through the trickling of a nearby hot spring. However, some locals believe it to be the result of a centuries-old curse laid by a mermaid when a fisherman stole her ring. This fascinating beach is located southwest of Tanjung Rhu Beach and offers a peaceful retreat from the island’s often more crowded areas.
Mangrove Forest Tour at Kilim Geoforest Park
In close proximity to the white beaches and blue lagoons, the Kilim Geoforest Park is not a place to miss! The mangrove forest will bring most close to nature’s wondrous beauties with lots of green plants and trees. The park stretches across 478 square kilometres and is filled to the brim with flora and fauna. You can spot brown eagles, lizards, and macaques in the forest as you take an eco-friendly tour of the mangrove forest.
Once you are done with your tour, you can go to the floating restaurant to settle down in the evening. Watching the sunset in Kilim is one of the best things to do in Langkawi with your family. If you love nature then Kilim Geoforest Park is as close as you can get.
Watersports at Dayang Bunting
Legend says Dayang Bunting was once home to a beautiful princess named Mambang Sari. She lost her child only a week after the baby was born. To honour the princess’ story, a lake which sits upon the second largest island of Langkawi, Dayang Bunting, was dedicated to her.
The fresh water lake is perfect for a quiet afternoon to kayak along the soothing water. The calm breeze and the essence of this magnetic legendary place is an absolute must things to do in Langkawi.
Enjoy Hot Springs at Ayer Hangat
Ayer Hangat Village or literally ‘Hot Water Village’ is the only salt water hot spring in Malaysia. You can soak in a saltwater hot spring amidst traditional Malay village setting with a natural backdrop of the greens of sedges field. Take advantage of the many benefits of this natural remedy that will leave you relaxed and amazed.
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