Locally know as Kompleks Kraf, this is the cultural craft complex of Langkawi that showcases and sells exquisite handicraft and artwork from Malaysian craftsmen and artists. The craft complex was set up in the year 1966. The entry way of Langkawi Craft Complex is from the road Jalan Teluk Yu and opposite to
Spread over some 35 hectares of land area, this agro park was set up in 1990 and is run & managed by the government. Although the overall objective is to research in agriculture and farming, the key attraction here are the vast stretching fruit farms with sweeping view of the catchment area of
Set amongst some of the most unspoilt rainforest and natural beaches, The Els Club Teluk Datai has established itself as a new icon on the golf scene. Another masterpiece by four-time Major Champion, the Rainforest Course has unique characteristics in abundance. Whether it is the 100-ft high trees, the constant buzz of wildlife
Langkawi boasts a wide variety of wonderful scenery and habitats, including wild open fields and hills, unspoilt beaches, forests as well as woodlands, all of which offer amazing birding. The island is home to approximately 200 species of birds including migrants, and the most suitable time to observe them is either early in
The island, which is about 20 kilometres from Kuah town, is modestly populated on one side and virtually uninhabited on the other where the lake is situated. The legend of Tasik Dayang Bunting goes like this: The favourite bathing pool of a celestial princess named Mambang Sari was said to be Tasik Dayang
Dip in and rejuvenate. The Air Hangat Village is a modern complex decked with an impressive three-tier fountain and an 18m-high carved riverstone mural, depicting the legend of the Earth-shattering quarrel that erupted during the wedding feast of two giants. This resulted in the spilling of hot water, which created the hot springs.
The icon of Langkawi, Eagle Square or locally known as Dataran Lang is the home for Langkawi’s giant statue of an eagle which according to old folklore where Langkawi get its name from : The two Malay words – ‘helang’ (eagle) and ‘kawi’ (reddish brown): hence lang-kawi. Perched 12 meters above the star
Located beside the Kuah Jetty, Lagenda Langkawi Park in a beautifully landscaped folklore-themed park. This open air ‘garden museum’ faces the Kuah Waterfront, where tourists can get a beautiful wide-angle view of the Kuah Harbour with the famous Eagle Square in the background. The 50-hectare compound houses a collection of colourful statues, stone