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  • Langkawi: Island Hopping Tour

    1. Langkawi: Island Hopping Tour

    Your tour begins bright and early, your guide picking you up between 8:30 and 9:00 AM, en route to the Langkawi jetty. As you head to Pulau Dayang Bunting, the first island on your itinerary, you’ll stop along the way to feed Langkawi’s famous eagles, who will dive majestically into the water to retrieve pieces of chicken that your boatman chucks off the side of the boat. After the 20 minute ride, you’ll arrive at the unspoiled paradise of Pulau Dayang Bunting, known for its vast freshwater lake, surrounded on all sides by forested mountains. Rent some paddle-boats, snorkel, or just have a leisurely dip in the lake — it’s up to you. After exploring the area and taking in the lush vistas, head back to the boat, bound for Pulau Singa Besar. One of the more untouched islands in the Langkawi archipelago, keep your eyes peeled for freely roaming peacocks, monkeys, and prehistoric monitor liz...

    No Frills, No fuss, this tour was mainly about the transportation to and from Islands. It was nice to not be bombarded with information and just enjoy visiting beautiful places

  • Langkawi: Mangrove Kilim UNESCO Geopark & Cave Tour

    2. Langkawi: Mangrove Kilim UNESCO Geopark & Cave Tour

    Start the tour with a hotel or port pickup by the local driver and transfer to the jetty. Travel by boat through the twists and turns of the Kilim River through the maze created by aerial roots and thick fleshy leaves of the mangrove trees. Keep your eyes peeled for animals that make their home in this delicately balanced ecosystem which is responsible for the health and wide variety of species in the Andaman Sea. Also, see how the mangrove area is a perfect environment for cottage industries such as fish farms. Make your first stop when the boatman stops the engine and throws some chicken pieces out into the water to invite the eagles. Marvel as eagles dive down just next to you and claw up the chicken pieces as they soar into the sky. Then, venture out of the mangroves to admire majestic limestone rock formations and sea stacks that rise dramatically from the ocean. This ancient coral...

    Our guide is very knowledgeable to explain, Do buy a touch light for bat cave As your phone light are not enough to see the bat

  • Mangrove Safari along Kilim River: 4-Hour Kayaking Tour

    3. Mangrove Safari along Kilim River: 4-Hour Kayaking Tour

    Depending on the tidal conditions, you can begin the tour at the coast and make your way upriver through the lush Kilim Karst Geopark, or begin upriver and float down to the coast through a network of meandering river passages. Along the way, stop to explore the mysteries of the Bat Cave, or to observe some of the many exotic plants and animal species adapting ingenious ways to thrive in a habitat dictated by the ebb and flow of the ocean tides, including kingfishers, herons, mudskippers, and monitor lizards. After about 1.5 hour into your kayaking adventure, arrive at a local fish farm/floating restaurant where you can enjoy an optional lunch (if you select the option with lunch). Savor locally prepared ingredients including seabass and refreshments. Once you've finished your lunch and had a short rest, begin the leisurely journey back to your hotel.

  • Private Guided Island Tour of Langkawi

    4. Private Guided Island Tour of Langkawi

    Langkawi, one of Malaysia's most picturesque areas has been designated as a UNESCO Global Geopark, Southeast Asia's first.This cluster of 99 islands offers beautiful beaches, world-class infrastructure, ultra-cheap duty-free shopping and fascinating myths and legends. Explore this amazing part of the world as you want to on this private guided tour. Experience the beautiful countryside and the peaceful landscape of paddy fields by renting a car and taking a leisurely drive around the island. Some of Langkawi’s most rustic and memorable views are along the road that circles the island. You'll pass small villages with wooden houses framed by palm trees, and children pedalling their old bicycles on an errand. Aside from experiencing the local lifestyle, there is no shortage of things to do in Langkawi. Head up the thrilling new cable car to the summit of Mount Mat Cincang - Langkawi's s...

    Othman was an incredible guide and i feel blessed that he shared his considerable knowledge with us. He was a gentleman and went beyond what was necessary to showcase Langkawi; the island and its people.

  • Flying Foxes and Wetlands: Langkawi Sunset Cruise

    5. Flying Foxes and Wetlands: Langkawi Sunset Cruise

    Venture from your hotel in the early evening to Kilim fishing port where your experienced nature guide will lead a cruise through some of Malaysia's most fantastic natural sights. Sailing down through the region's interconnected river estuaries, you'll encounter fish farms and charcoal kilns on the way to Tanjung Rhu, passing the gorgeous islands of Pulau Pasir and Pulau Gasing before arriving at Pulau Dangli. From there you'll feed the fish at the coral colonies nearby, then observe the stunning sunset as the world's largest fruit bats emerge, encircling the island as they commence their evening feed. The bats will return to the island at sunrise the next morning, but before then you'll cruise back to Kilim where you'll be driven back to your hotel.

  • Langkawi Mangrove Safari Boat Tour

    6. Langkawi Mangrove Safari Boat Tour

    Your 4-hour journey takes you on a voyage of exploration through the mangroves of Langkawi, to discover exotic plants and animal species. Many of them survive by ingenious methods in a dynamic environment of constant change, dictated by the rise and fall of the tides. Following a short drive to the jetty, get on board a boat and explore the mangrove forests and ancient limestone outcrops of the northeast of the island. Mangrove forests play an essential part in maintaining the ecological balance of the world. They influence the climate, provide shelter, and act as major nurseries for fish and shrimps. As you drift through the mangroves, look out for the bizarre land walking fishes. Watch out too for bright flashing kingfishers, and look up to see eagles and kites. If you are very lucky, you might see curious otters and playful dolphins. And don’t forget the little critters, however cree...

    Everything except the floating fish lunch was good. The guide had a passion that made the tour well worth it!

  • Langkawi Rainforest Day-Tour: Malaysian Jungle Trekking

    7. Langkawi Rainforest Day-Tour: Malaysian Jungle Trekking

    Enjoy some light exercise and admire the wonders of the rainforest in Langkawi on a 3-mile (6 km) trek through the dense jungle. Experience Langkawi’s rainforest first-hand with a guided tour through the jungle and discover the hidden gems the rainforest has to offer. See centuries-old trees towering majestically above you as you follow a winding trail along the banks of picturesque mountain streams. Your nature guide will point out the many natural wonders of the rainforest that would otherwise go unnoticed to the untrained eye. The Mount Raya Rainforest is filled with the chorus of song birds, insects and other wildlife. Witness the mysteries of the unseen and the unknown on your visit to the tropical rainforest.

  • Langkawi Kayak and Swim

    8. Langkawi Kayak and Swim

    On this tour, you will be able to see spectacular kingfishers, sea eagles, kites, plovers, herons, fiddler crabs and mud skippers. Pass a local fishing station where local fishermen go out to sea or return after a day out. Depending on the tidal conditions, you'll begin at the coast and head upriver or begin upriver, and head for the coast as you kayak with the flow of tidal currents. The kayak journey lasts about 1.5 hours, followed by a short drive to a Malay house for a delicious lunch. You will then drive to another location which has an easy 500 meter hike to a secluded rainforest trail for a swim in a cool jungle stream. 

  • Langkawi UNESCO Global Geopark Mangrove Cruise

    9. Langkawi UNESCO Global Geopark Mangrove Cruise

    Navigate an extraordinary maze of tree roots and mangrove forest created over millennia in the unique Langkawi UNESCO Global Geopark formed on 99 islands that make up the legendary Langkawi Archipelago. Encounter abundant wildlife, including land-walking fish, vivid kingfishers, eagles, otters, and dolphins. This delicately balanced ecosystem is responsible for the wide variety of species in the Andaman Sea. Depart the mangrove forest and marvel at the majestic limestone rock formations that rise dramatically from the ocean. This ancient coral thrust into the sky millions of years ago is home to a unique group of plants found nowhere else on earth!

    The guide, Mr Ahmad Hermi, from JungleWalla Tours was superb. He gave us a thorough education about the mangrove forests, wildlife in the mangrove forests, the rivers and sea around Langkawi as well as the beautiful majestic Langkawi eagles. He also explained about the geological formations of he area and pointed out various formations. The tour took us through forests via the winding river to see mudskippers, snakes, fishes, birds, bats in submerged caves. The tour of the Klim Geoforest Park was an eye opener to us in terms of the importance of the mangroves and geoforests to the world. Five stars out of five. Fully and highly recommended.

  • Langkawi: Kubang Badak River Mangrove Cruise and Swimming

    10. Langkawi: Kubang Badak River Mangrove Cruise and Swimming

    Get back to nature on the Kubang Badak River, dominated by the low-lying estuary of the Sungai Kubang Badak. Explore the mangrove forest, full of wonderful flora and exotic wildlife. Look for native white-bellied sea eagles, brahminy kites, kingfishers, herons, mudskippers, fiddler crabs, and monitor lizards in their natural habitat. Marvel at the scenery of this beautiful area, and keep your eyes open for the resident otter family. Then, join a local family for a delightful home-cooked lunch. Walk off the calories with a short, 450-meter trek through the jungle. Hike to a quiet pool and can cool down with a refreshing swim before the return journey to your resort.

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What people are saying about Langkawi

Overall rating

4.6 / 5

based on 96 reviews

The tour was amazing and maybe the best adventure during our 3 weeks trip in our holiday. The communication via What's app was very quick and they were very helpful, because we asked some support from them. The gudie during our Mangrove ture was very nice and speakes good in english, so we got a lot of new information, made a lot of very good pictures and collect an unforgettable adventure.

Great guide and beautiful area with lots to see. Great value for everything we got to do and see. And excellent lunch included. Loved the caves, eagles and time on one of the most beautiful beaches in Langkawi. Guide super knowledgeable with great information.

Everything was wonderful bat caves, crocodile cave, fish farming, eagle feeding, adventure boating, lunch and beach was quite and serene plus beauyiful Ayman was an amazing tour guide

Our guide is very knowledgeable to explain, Do buy a touch light for bat cave As your phone light are not enough to see the bat

Beran basah was beautiful adventurous boat ride asni tours is great