Eagle Square Kuah Langkawi Kedah Malaysia
Eagle Square or Datarang Lang is Langkawi’s most prominent landmark for visitors arriving via sea. Situated near Kuah Jetty, the main attraction of the Square is the magnificiant statue of the reddish-brown eagle majestically poised for flight. According to the local folklore, Langkawi derived its name from an eagle. In old Malay, kawi denotes reddish brown hence Langkawi means ‘reddish brown eagle’. The square features many scenic ponds, restaurants, covered terraces, bridges and barrel vaults made bricks.
Langkawi International Airport Langkawi
A tiny airport! You get off the plane and walk to the terminal! Great place to book your tours and for some last minute duty free shopping! The airport houses only a couple of stores and a couple of places to eat -not a great place to spend hours at.
Langkawi Lagoon Resort Jalan Kuala Muda Langkawi Kedah Malaysia
Langkawi Lagoon Resort is a five star resort in Langkawi. the place is a well oiled machine for complete relaxation. the room services, food and location provides the tourists to enjoy the sweetness of doing nothing!
Durian Perangin Waterfall Langkawi Kedah Malaysia
This 14 tier waterfall is truly a sight to behold and is accessible after a short trek to through the rain forest. It is a quiet place with freshness in its being. The paths we took for the short trek were surrounded by Rambutan fruit trees. Also on your way you’ll find many monkeys who are kind of mischievous so it’s better to take care of your belongings while you trek up.
Kilim Nature Park
This nature park features a beautiful mix of well-protected green mangrove forests, isolated white beaches and blue lagoons. On the trail, along the calming winding river you will be exposed to the wonders of the park’s marine ecosystem and flora and fauna like the overhanging Bogak trees, brown eagles, tree crabs, iguanas and macaques.
After struggling for almost 5 hours we arrived at Hutan Mati, literally translate to English as The Dead Forest. The Dead Forest is a striking grey and white area filled by dead trees from the effect of the Papandayan Mountain eruption in 2002. As a result of the eruption, the Nangklak crater wall collapsed and caused the Cibeureum Gede River to be filled with the avalanche material. This caused severe flooding at that time. Seeing the Dead Forest does takes you to another world. The striking black color of the tree branches and light grey ground filled with sulfur, made this area surreal. Views like this are not encountered every day; it can be seen in professional photos or paintings but rarely in real life. Yet, here I was, in awe of the view.