Seven Top Attractions to Visit in Langkawi, Malaysia

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Going to a new place is always the best idea to enjoy the vacation time, especially if you like adventures. Why do not you go to Langkawi Island? It is one of the best tourism destinations in Malaysia. This tropical country is great to be visited from April to October when you can expect more for warm sunshine of the dry season.

Talking about Langkawi, tourists always get tempting by its gorgeous beaches. But if you want some more, here are seven top places you can visit when being in the island:

1. Dataran Lang (Eagle Square)

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Located at Kuah Town, South East Langkawi, this tourism object is famous for it’s a reddish brown eagle sculpture with 12 meters of height, placed on a high platform with the wings wide open and facing the bay. Situated close to the ferry dock, the statue made to symbolize the Langkawi’s original name. There, you will be able to enjoy the water view and plying ferries with the mountains on the backdrop in the evening.

2. Langkawi Sky Bridge


Get the spectacular walking experience on a 124 meter-long bridge. This seem-to-fly curved pedestrian, standing 700 meters above the sea level offers the amazing view of many top places in Langkawi including the surrounding small islands.

3. Langkawi Cable Car

Besides walking on the flying bridge, you can fly for real on Langkawi cable car. You can enjoy the view of rainforests, islets, waterfalls and other cool places from the air. Feel free to take pictures from the observatory deck at the 708-m peak of Mt Mat Cincang.

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4. Gunung Raya


It is time to go higher to the highest peak in Langkawi, Gunung Raya. You can enjoy the view of surrounding island sides in a single glance at the top of the mountain. Take a hiking tour to reach the peak through the well-known rainforests where you can see monkeys, flying foxes, white-bellied eagles, great hornbills and other specials of birds and animals.

5. Underwater World


You do not need to dive in, just simply walk under the water. The walkthrough underwater tunnel at the Underwater World, about 15m length will take you on an amazing tour watching sharks, giant stingrays, and green turtle without getting wet. There are also other sea animals like harbour seals, rockhopper penguins, seahorses, mandarin ducks, and flamingos.

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6. Wildlife Park and Bird Paradise

Love nature but have no intention to walk through a jungle? You can simply visit the Wildlife Park and Bird Paradise where more than 2,500 exotic birds from 150 different species live. Let us say flamingos, owls, parakeets, and others.

7. Telaga Tujuh Waterfalls


Just like its name, the waterfalls have seven wells, referring to the seven natural pools fed by seven separate waterfalls in Gunung Mat Cincang. Locals say it is where the fairies stay. It is a great place to relax if taking a dip in the cool waters is your choice. Or you can experience more challenging fun by passing the huge and slippery rocks as well as the seven pools to reach the top of waterfalls.

The dry season in the tropical countries has just started. It means you still have much time to decide when visiting Langkawi, Malaysia. However, you will be able to save more money by booking the flight in advance. Check out Airpaz website now to see how many attractive deals that suit your vacation budget.

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