Langkawi is an archipelago made up of 99 islands on Malaysia’s west coast. Surrounded by turquoise sea, the interior of the main island is a mixture of picturesque paddy fields and jungle-clad hills. If you’re intent on carting off duty-free alcohol, cigarettes and chocolate, then this is the place to be.
Still, nature lovers will find the island just as agreeable as the shoreline is fringed by powder-fine sand and swaying coconut trees.
Also known as the Kilim Karst Geoforest Park, this 100 square kilometer area in Langkawi is a nature reserve and a collection of geo-sites full of amazing flora & fauna, and stunning geological formations like mammoth limestone rocks, fossils, caves, lagoons, beaches and seascapes.
Langkawi Nature Park (LNP) is strategically located within the enclave of Kilim Geoforest Park. It is part of the larger Langkawi Geopark and one of the biggest hot spots of Eco tourism in the entire region. In addition to these natural beauties, we also brought together various species of animals from around the world for the enjoyment of our visitors.
These include predator animals (especially the White Lions), some selection of Tropical Rainforest animals, Camelids from around the world, bears and antelopes from Africa.
The best attractions in Langkawi make the most of the natural landscapes, expansive parks, and iconic structures that no first-time visitor should skip on their travel itinerary.
As one of Malaysia’s best-known and most popular beach destinations, the massive island is home to historical attractions, great fare, excellent beach swimming, exciting nightlife and dirt-cheap shopping.