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7 Adventures in Langkawi, Malaysia - For a thrilling vacation overseas!

Langkawi island in Malaysia boasts of many activities and attractions. If you're travelling to Langkawi any time soon, here are the adventures you must not miss out on.


Kilim Karst Geoforest Park

This Geopark is one of the best things you can do here. The place is home to a truly incredible mangrove forest which is dotted in spectacular formations of limestones. Excursions here are taken up by boats mostly. But for the ones seeking an adventure, you must try the entire trip on a kayak. This way, you can also navigate into the smaller canals in the area. There is an incredible collection of wildlife you can witness too.


Payar Island Marine Park

This Marine Park comprises of four islands that are uninhabited. These islands are named Payar, Kaca, Segantang and Lembu and are fully encircled by vibrant coral reefs. Thus, these islands have become a popular place among the avid snorkellers. The Payar Island Marine Park is only around thirty-five kilometres away from Langkawi.


Jungle Walks

Just after the sun sets, the rainforests of Langkawi become the most active area on the island. The place is packed with wildlife and you can easily spot hornbills, flying lemurs, dusky leaf monkeys and macaques. Thus, join a guided jungle walk in the evening to experience an adventure of a lifetime. If you're looking for a Langkawi resort, close to rainforests, you can check out properties the likes of Berjaya Langkawi Resort which is located close to these areas.


Island Hopping

Langkawi being a tropical paradise island offers island hopping as a part of its adventures. There are many islets surrounding the main island you can explore. How? With a jet ski, of course! You can reach speeds up to about forty kilometres per hour, and whizz pass the sea breeze and waters. For the adrenaline junkies, this adventure is a must!


Telaga Tujuh Waterfall

The Telaga Tujuh Waterfall is also known as the Seven Wells as the place form seven wonderful natural pools of water. Each pool is at a different level on the stream. This place is definitely the most amazing waterfall, home to this island. Take your swimming gear, and swim away in these pools. The best times to visit this waterfall is during the rainy seasons. As it is likely that if you visit the place during the dry seasons, you might just see pools that have been depleted of all water.



If you want an aerial view of the surrounding, the Skybridge of Langkawi is the place to go to. This bridge is six hundred and sixty meters above sea levels and is located in the most dramatic mountainous terrains. The bridge itself is about one hundred and twenty-five meters long. To get there, you will first have to take a cable car which will take about fifteen minutes and then walk for a further twenty minutes.



How about a canopy walk when in Langkawi? The Skytrex is the place to visit, and you will be walking up and above the lush green forest of the island. This is the ideal and ultimate place for all the adventure seekers.