Langkawi Island is one of the best holiday destinations in Malaysia is Langkawi, also known as the Jewel of Kedah; it is an extension of 99 islands in the Andaman Sea and part of Kedah’s state and lies in the border of Thai. Pulau Langkawi, Archipelago in Malaysia is the most fabulous island in the entire Langkawi. The Reddish-brown Eagle, the symbol of the Island of Langkawi, Also the giant statue that stands at the Eagle Square, Dataran Lang in Kuah, Bandar Kuah, town facing the waters, symbolically saying their deep connection with birds.
Its total area is about 478.5 sq km, in which the main island covers the area of 320 sq km. Nearly 70% of the core island is covered with mountains, forests, and natural vegetation. A turquoise sea encloses it; the inside view main island is a combination of scenic paddy fields (arable land used for growing semiaquatic crops) and jungle-clad hills.
From the open Underwater World Langkawi along Pantai Cenang to the elevated line Car in (a lovely isolated beach) Pantai Kok, Langkawi is the best place for visitors’ first choice in Malaysia. Cenang Beach (busiest beach) is the longest beach on the island and the most admired. The three-story building with ample exhibition space is next to the iconic Langkawi SkyCab (The steepest cable car ride), the largest 3D art museum in Malaysia, and the second largest in the world. There are nearly 200 impressive artworks, and photographs were placed.
6 Million Litre Under Water Tunnel
Another important place to visit is the giant walk-through six million liters underwater tunnel tank , Underwater World, has various types of sea creatures, including the sharks, a group of elasmobranch fish, giant stingrays, species of stingray, and giant turtles.
You can explore the world of the sea life.
Experience the magnificent landscape of paddy fields by renting a car and taking a relaxed drive around the island.
Enjoy the thrilling new cable car to the peak of Mount Mat Cincang (Langkawi’s second peak mountain) – for an unmatched view of the complete main island and beyond.
The 10,000 hectares of Langkawi and its 104 islands were pronounced a Geopark by the United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) in 2007.