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What to do in LangkawiKilim Geopark Reserve
Unique, a natural region of its own, Kilim Geopark is the home to huge mangrove forest, islands, caverns, haunting limestone cliffs and karst landscape. Located on the north east of Langkawi, the rugged karstic limestone terrain with pinnacles of various sizes and shapes were formed millions years ago, owing to the consistent work of erosion. Blending against winding rivers and emerald green water, this spot is a great place to learn the ecology for bats, reptiles, mangrove species, fish and birds especially eagles. The only way to witness these exceptional natural wonders is by boat.
Langkawi Cable Car
Langkawi is one of the few places in the world that offer a ride of cable car. And you'd not go far wrong with it, because it offers an incredible panoramic views of mountain ridges, a whole world of green against turquoise water. To ride on the gondola, you have to get an admission ticket at Langkawi Oriental Village - the foothill of Machinchang Mountain. There are two viewing station, Middle Station at 650 m and Top Station with a double viewing decks of 360 degree panoramic landscape at 708 m. Sky bridge is also included in the admission fee so make sure, you make it for that.
Not as large as the one in Singapore's Sentosa island, it is still one of the largest marine and fresh water aquarium in South East Asia. Occupying a size of 34,701 square feet, it is the residence to over 4000 animals and aquatic species. The highlights of this man-made marine park are the split-level penguin exhibit and the tunnel tanks with sting rays, giant groupers and sharks! In the afternoon of every Friday and weekend, snake show takes the center stage, entertaining as well as heart-stopping. Located at Pantai Cenang and a great place for kids.
Seven Wells Waterfall
Not only tall, this is the most spectacular waterfall on the island. Seven Wells Waterfall is a must visit for folks with good physical fitness. Being the reason, you have to hike over 600 steps before reaching the top to witness beautiful swirling pools, carved out of rocks against the cascading view of the valley. For less adventurous takers, the lower falls offers a great spot to take a dip amidst tropical nature.
Datai Bay & Pantai Pasir Tengkorak
Idyllic and clean, Datai Bay is drop-dead gorgeous. Alas, it only reserved for the guests of Datai Resort and Andaman Resort and that's the only way to access the waterfront. Not too far from this amazing spot is Pantai Pasir Tengorak or Skull Sand Beach. A decent waterfront that comes with bathrooms and changing rooms, this public beach is very popular with locals, bringing kids over for picnic, hanging on trees and swimming.
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