Langkawi is a great tourist spot for visitors from abroad and all around the world. Apart from being a great place to shop for and an active nightlife, the island also offers a great place for tourists to come, visit and experience the wonders of Langkawi, Malaysia. Here are some of the very interesting places to visit in Langkawi, Malaysia:-
· Lagenda Langkawi Dalam Taman
· Sungai Kilim Nature Park
· Lankawi Bird Paradise
· Mahsuri’s Tomb
· Telaga Tujuh Waterfalls
Lagenda Langkawi Dalam Taman
The Lagenda Langkawi Dalam Taman is a beautiful theme park with and a garden museum. Located in Kuah Jetty, next to Eagle Square and Jetty Point, the opening hours for this place is 9am to 7pm on a daily basis. The area is covered with great and inspirational sculptures of ancient birds, historic giants and ogres. Lagenda structure comprises of beautiful green plants, fruit trees, and a garden with beautifully hand crafted Malaysian designs. It is a great tourist spot and is one of the best places to explore about the Malaysian civilization and ancient historical culture.
Sungai Kilim Nature Park
The Sungai Kilim Nature Park offers great variety of flora and fauna that is a mango grove with area occupancy of about 100 sq kms. Located in Pulau Langkawi it offers a wide range of landscaping and wildlife for tourists and visitors to see. Months from September to March are a great time for bird watching. It also offers a great marine life. There are rock formations of limestones on the mango grave.
Langkawi Bird Paradise
This is a bird sanctuary located in Jalan Ayer Hangat, Kampung Belanga Pecah. It consists of more than 2500 species of exotic birds. This includes more than 100 species of owls, flamingos, eagles and canaries, etc. The part covers a total of 10000 sq km area and has more than 1000 birds that fly freely. There is also a walk-in aviary near Gunung Raya, which offers carefully crafter crystal ornaments from Brazil and China.
The tomb of Mahsuri is a historic site in Langkawi and is located at Kampung Mawat, Mukim Ulu Melaka. Their operating hours are from 8am in the morning until 6pm in the evening. The tomb is a symbol for the great Princess Mahsuri, who was also called the also called the Makam Mahsuri. You can also see the diorama museum that has preserved Mashuri’s jewellery and also the weapon that was used to kill her.
Telaga Tujuh Waterfalls
The Telaga Tujuh Waterfalls or the Seven wells waterfalls is situated towards the northern part of the island and is located at a distance of 45 kilometers from the city of Kuah. You can take a cable car ride to the site from which covers the distance in just about 10 minutes from the Oriental village. The waterfall is located towards the lower part and the upper part consists of seven pools. You can go for a dip in the pools but be careful from sliding down the rocks that are situated between them. Another thing is that you have to climb more than 300 steps for reaching the well. It is a beautiful site but it is not meant for families because of the toil involved.
Visit some beaches including Pantai Cenang, Pantai Kok, Pantai Tengah, Datai Bay, Tanjung Rhu, Burau Bay, Pantai Pasir Hitam, and Pasir Tengkorak.