The Langkawi Archipelago is made up of 99 islands that compete with its enchanting natural landscapes on the western coast of Malaysia. The islands are surrounded by pure turquoise waters, hidden between its mountains with picturesque rice fields and bush-covered hills.
Soft sandy beaches are adorned with swaying coconut trees and considered one of the most famous beaches in Malaysia, and bring to life, history, culture and adventure.
The steep mountain slopes are plunged into the tranquil crystal waters of the dreamy “Datai Bay”, “Pantai Cenang” and “Tanjung Rhu” beaches, where the sea breeze gently pushes water over the sand. During the tidal period, the small “Pulau Pasir” islands can be explored by walking in shallow waters.
Its gardens full of birds and its lush rainforests are no less impressive than its shores, where mangroves hide different and rare species of animals and exotic plants. Myths wrap around the island of “Pulau Dayang Bunting” and its fresh lake hidden from the sun in the heart of a marine cave underwater.
The Langkawi suspension bridge provides great views of the “Gunung Mat Cincang” waterfalls, the “Telaja Tujuh” waterfalls and many of the islands surrounding the archipelago, located at an altitude of 700 meters and spanning elegant cafes. Seeing the archipelago from the air provides breathtaking natural paintings that can be enjoyed while taking a 15-minute cable car ride to the top of the “Cincang” mountain, where you can see the rainforests, wonderful jungles, islets and waterfalls.
The famous “Underwater World Langkawi” park is located in the vibrant beach town of “Pantai Cenang”, and includes more than 500 species of marine creatures, including rock penguins, seahorses, dolphins, and mandarin ducks, and has a 15-meter tunnel under the sea where you can enjoy watching sharks Giant ray fish and green turtles from close range. Fun is not limited to the waters in Langkawi, as climbing mountains and discovering wildlife over the hills is a loved activity, and couples can spend a romantic holiday on the highest summit in Langkawi, quiet “Gunung Raya”.
Langkawi hides many interesting surprises that include swimming, parasailing, water skiing and boat trips, as it is a paradise for diving in all its forms and types, especially among the colorful coral reefs in Pulau Bayar Marine Park. The period between November and April provides the perfect balance between sunlight and a little tropical rain, and temperatures range between 30 and 35 degrees Celsius during the day and decrease to 25 degrees in the evening.