Walking tours in Langkawi

25 excursions and activities in Langkawi are offered at reasonable prices and may be booked online.

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Can Langkawi really be seen in a single day?

Located in northwestern Malaysia, Langkawi is part of an archipelago of 99 islands. It is officially known as Langkawi, the Jewel of Kedah.

Dayang Bunting

Located on the southern side of the island, Dayang Bunting is an island which is known for its beautiful freshwater lake. It is also a popular stop on island-hopping tours. There are many tourist attractions in this area, which makes it an ideal place for a relaxing holiday.

One of the most famous attractions on the island is the Lake of Pregnant Maiden. According to the legend, the lake bestows fertility on women who swim in it. In addition to this, locals believe that the lake's waters have magical ingredients.

It is possible to visit the island on your own by taking a boat tour. You can purchase a ticket from the Pekan Rabu Pier in Kuah. You can then take a paddleboat to explore the lake. You can rent a life jacket at the shop. There are also kiosks that sell drinks.

For a more adventurous excursion, you can go jet skiing. This activity is a lot of fun. You will have the chance to view eight islands at your own pace. You can even feed the white-bellied fish eagles.

Another attraction on the island is the Dayang Bunting Marble Geoforest Park. It features limestone and marble formations. These are some of the finest Permian marble formations in the world. There are several caves within the park.

Seven Wells Waterfall

Located on the western headlands of Langkawi, Telaga Tujuh Waterfalls is a combination of seven intertwined natural pools and a 91-meter vertical waterfall. It is a must-see destination for travelers to the island.

The name "Seven Wells" comes from the seven natural pools that feed this waterfall. It is said that this water has healing powers.

The best time to visit Seven Wells is during the monsoon season. The waterfall's flow is at its most powerful during this period. The best place to see it is at the top of the waterfall. It's a short but steep hike up about 650 steps.

You can reach Seven Wells Waterfall by car or bus. You can also take a private taxi. Alternatively, you can combine your visit with a trip to the Langkawi Sky Bridge. Located just before the Waterfalls car park, the Sky Bridge offers views of Tarutao Island in southern Thailand.

For adventurous thrill-seekers, you can embark on an Umgawa Zip-line Adventures tour from the Waterfalls car park. The tour starts with a visit to the Seven Wells Waterfall and is a perfect way to view the island's landscape.

For those who want a more relaxing day, you can spend a few hours at the Waterfalls. The emerald-green pools are wide and invigorating.


Wildlife Park & Bird Paradise

Located in the town of Kuah, Langkawi Wildlife Park & Bird Paradise is a wildlife sanctuary. Spread over five and a half acres of land, it houses over two thousand exotic birds and 150 species of animals.

One of the highlights of the wildlife park is its walk-in aviary. This aviary is filled with over 1500 birds and simulates the natural living conditions of the tropics. There are also other exhibits in the park.

The park is open from 8.30am to 7pm daily. Visitors can feed some of the animals with food provided by the staff. The animals are also available for touch and interaction. Children under three years of age are allowed free entry into the park.

The park is divided into four different sections, each with its own theme. There are exhibits on birds, reptiles, mammals, and other wildlife. The park also has a cafe and souvenir shop. There is also a Crystal Gallery that sells finely crafted crystals.

Earlier this year, Langkawi WildLife Park received the Certificate of Excellence from TripAdvisor. Its educators are more than willing to guide visitors around the park. They also share their knowledge about the animals with visitors.

Although the park is small, the variety of animals in the park makes it a fun and educational experience. There is a daily feeding program. The park is also designed with a tropical rainforest ambience.

Skytrex Adventure

Located in the northwest coast of Malaysia, Skytrex Adventure offers outdoor activities that provide a fun and educational experience. This outdoor recreation facility focuses on safety, eco-friendliness, and educational opportunities. It is the first adventure park in Malaysia to offer tree-to-tree'sky-trekking' experiences.

Designed to accommodate individuals of all ages, these treetop zipline rides are 30 meters above the ground. The course is also suited for families with children. It is a great way to explore the rainforest of Langkawi.

The courses are organized into three difficulty levels: Little Legend, Eagle Thrill, and Island Extreme. The Little Legend and Eagle Thrill are for beginners, while the Island Extreme is the most difficult. Each trail contains several obstacles that showcase the differences in difficulty.

Aside from its unique challenges, the Skytrex Adventure offers a variety of other attractions. For example, there is the Cable Car, swings, and bungee jumps. You will also receive a safety briefing.

You will also find lockers for rent at the Adventure Park. You will have to pay RM 3 for a small locker and RM 10 for a big one. You can bring your own water or buy a soft drink at the ticket desk.

For thrill seekers, there is waterfall abseiling. Aside from the adrenaline rush, the trip includes a safety briefing and complimentary transportation to the beach.


Laman Padi Langkawi Rice Garden Museum

Located at the northern end of Cenang Beach, Laman Padi Langkawi Rice Garden Museum is an eco tourism attraction. Visitors can take a tour of the 14 acre paddy field and learn about the traditional agricultural techniques of Malay people.

The open-air museum also offers guided tours and hands-on activities. A tour guide explains the history of rice cultivation and local plants. They show visitors how to plant a paddy and harvest it. They may even allow adventurous tourists to handle some of the tools used in traditional farming.

The Paddy Gallery is a viewing deck on the rooftop rice garden. It provides spectacular views of the area. In addition, visitors can enjoy the herb garden, which contains indigenous Malaysian plants. These include the Ylang Ylang plant, which is used for beauty products.

The Herb Garden is also an open-air space. It features a herbal garden, which is populated with medicinal plants and spices. The Laman Ria Grill restaurant is located inside the complex. You can get authentic Asian cuisine here. The Nawa Sari Spa is also located next to the museum.

You can purchase artifacts and handicrafts that are related to the local rice-growing process. They sell a variety of traditional tools from different regions.

Climbing Gunung Machinchang (Mat Cincang)

Visiting Langkawi is a great opportunity to see the best of the Malaysian rainforest. The jungle has lush plants and trees, and is home to rare and interesting animals.

Located on the slopes of the two tallest mountains in the area, the rainforest covers almost 5,000 hectares of land. It is home to a variety of wildlife, including giant squirrels, dusky leaf monkeys and white belly sea eagles. The area is also famous for its waterfalls.

The SkyTrail is one of the most scenic hikes in the area. This 2.2 km trek runs through the rainforest, past various species of plants, flowers and birds. You can also take the cable car.

Mount Mat Cincang, or Mount Cincang, is the second highest peak in Langkawi. It is also the oldest rock formation in the region. The mountain is 550 million years old. The trail is quite steep and is only for those with a good level of fitness.

You will get a panoramic view of the Langkawi coast and mainland. You can also spot a range of birds from the summit.

The Telaga Tujuh waterfall is also one of the best sights in the area. This waterfall has seven pools. It is the perfect cooling off spot.

Art in Paradise 3D

Located in Oriental Village, Langkawi, Malaysia, Art in Paradise is a 3-dimensional art museum that is one of the largest museums in the country. It has over 200 life-like artworks that are based on different themes. The museum is divided into nine zones, each representing a particular theme.

The main area of the art museum is the Main Hall Zone, which showcases the artworks of castles, waterfalls, and animals. The aquarium zone is also a part of the museum and depicts marine life. There are also three other areas that are the Classic Zone, Optical Zone, and Malaysia Zone. The artworks in these areas are designed to enchant visitors and provide a visual experience.

The Oriental Village 3D museum has a total floor area of about 2,000 square meters. It is spread over three floors of a building. There are several elaborate paintings and murals that are featured in the museum.

Aside from the exhibits of the museum, guests can enjoy shopping and cable car rides in the Oriental Village. There are also prayer rooms, money exchange, and grocery stores. Taxis are normally available, although they may be unavailable during the high season. The one-way fare is RM26.

The interactive 3D art museum is one of the best attractions in the area and features many elaborate paintings and murals. Visitors can also enjoy the optical illusions that are featured in the museum.

Excursions and day trips from Langkawi

Whether you're looking for a day trip or multi-day excursion, Langkawi has everything you need. From stunning panoramic views to mysterious folklore and abundant natural treasures, this beautiful archipelago offers visitors a memorable experience.

A half-day tour will take you through the unique karst outcrops of Langkawi. The most popular itinerary includes a visit to Pulau Singa Besar, which is home to nature walks. The trip also includes a cable car ride, which gives you 360-degree views.

A Langkawi day trip would not be complete without a visit to the famous 12-meter-high brown eagle. You can also go on a boat excursion to the small islands surrounding Langkawi. This will give you an opportunity to spot eagles, monkeys, and other wildlife.

The island of Pulau Dayang Bunting is also a popular attraction. Its pristine beaches and Lake of the Pregnant Maiden are perfect for swimming and exploring. It is also home to dozens of eagles. You can also learn about the traditional island legends of the island by visiting the island's legendary crypt.

The island is also home to the beautiful Seven Wells Waterfall, which is a series of cascading waterfalls. Located near the Langkawi cable car, this waterfall is surrounded by lush green forest. It is said that the maiden of the island cursed the island with bad luck for seven generations. It is a 30-minute trek to the top.

Another popular destination is Laman Padi, which translates to "rice field". This is where you can observe the process of growing and harvesting rice. A local guide will explain the rice cultivation process, as well as the different types of paddy. You can also sample traditional rice-based cuisine.

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