10. Langkawi Wildlife Park
Over 2,500 exotic birds from 150 species live in Langkawi Wildlife Park & Bird Paradise, including canaries, ducks, parakeets, owls, eagles, toucans, hornbills, and flamingos. The park includes a walk-through aviary and a 15-meter-high artificial waterfall, where some of the birds are free to roam and interact with guests.
9. Crocodile Adventureland
Crocodile Adventureland is a park dedicated to allowing guests to meet several types of crocodiles. It has the world’s largest crocodile collection, with approximately 4000 crocodiles of various species, including Tomistoma, Siamese, Saltwater crocodile, and Guinea crocodile, to mention a few.
8. Underwater World
One of the island’s most well-known attractions is Underwater World Langkawi. It is Malaysia’s largest aquarium, and it is located at the southern end of Pantai Cenang , next to the Zon duty-free retail mall. More than 200 different kinds of marine and freshwater fish, including harbour seals, rockhopper penguins, sharks, and more, are housed in the massive white-washed building.
7. Tanjung Rhu Beach
Tanjung Rhu is one of Langkawi’s most well-known tourist destinations. The path to this beach takes visitors through thick woodlands, which is well-deserved. The beach features crystal clear water and polished, making it ideal for a picnic. It is remote and distant from the hustle and bustle of the city, offering a tranquil atmosphere for guests.
6. 3D Art in Paradise
The Langkawi Art in Paradise 3D Museum houses over 200 stunning artworks that, when photographed, look nearly alive. Optical illusion, aquatic, safari, fantasy, classic, castles, Egyptian, and Malaysian zones are among the nine interactive zones within this three-story structure, which is hailed as Malaysia’s and the world’s largest 3D art museum.
5. Pulau Payar Marine Park
4. Dataran Lang (Eagle Square)
Eagle Square, also known as Dataran Lang, is a stunning 12-meter-high sculpture of an eagle preparing to take flight that stands on an elevated platform. Kuah Jetty, Jetty Point Mall, Taman Lagenda Dalam Langkawi, as well as several restaurants and duty-free stores are all within a five-minute walk of this renowned landmark.
3. Langkawi Cable Car
2. Pantai Cenang
Pantai Cenang is Langkawi Island’s busiest beach town, with a wide mix of cafés and restaurants, as well as souvenir stores and duty-free shops, along its attractive beach strip. It’s a popular holiday location for tourists, and it takes only a 10-minute drive from Langkawi International Airport.
1. Langkawi SkyBridge
The Langkawi Sky Bridge, at a height of 2300 feet above sea level, is a genuine showpiece of the region. The mesmerising views of the rainforest and the Telaga Tujuh waterfalls from the top of this bridge are guaranteed to leave visitors enthralled. It attracts nature lovers, photographers, and adventure enthusiasts alike.
Pulau Langkawi is a district with an archipelago of 99 islands in the Malacca Strait, and it is named after the Langkawi cluster as a whole. The main island is home to the majority of people, and it is also where visitors arrive for adventures.