Best Places to Visit in Langkawi : Must See places

Langkawi is known as the Jewel of Kedah. A shelter of 99 islands, Langkawi is truly a tropical paradise. White beaches, rainforests, waterfalls, outré rock formations and jungles surroundsLangkawi. Besides that, it has a broad wildlife diversity.

The best time to visit this island is between December and March. The atmosphere here is bright and beautiful. The fresh breeze blowing around makes each day refreshing.

Here are the list of places to visit in Langkawi:

  1. LangkawiSkycab:

A ride on the famous Langkawi’s cable car lets you enjoy the scenic view of the island. It is one of the most spectacular cable car rides in the world because of its stunning backdrop. Once you reach the top of 450-year-old Machincang Mountain, you get to enjoy a 360-degree view of the island.

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  1. Langkawi’s Seafood:

Remember, when you best places to visit in Langkawi close to the sea, its sure that its seafood is appetizingly delicious. As the island is a popular tourist point, there aremany seafood restaurants in Langkawi. The restaurants on this island serves a variety of seafood such as lobsters, crabs, red snapper, tiger prawns, etc. The restaurants here offer best and fresh seafood to the tourists and to the locals.

  1. Parasailing:

If you are a water sports lover, Langkawi is the best place to visit. Nearly they have all the water sports activities on their island. Keeping the safety of a person as the primary motive as parasailing is a thrilling activity.

  1. Kilim Karst Geoforest Park:

The Kilim Karst Geoforest Park, one of the best place to visit to langkawi . The Park is well-maintained and properly promoted to the tourist. Take a ride on boat to explore the Kilim Karst Geoforest Park which has an area of more than 100sq. km. It has breath-taking landscapes with limestone formations, mangrove forests, caves and beaches.

  1. Wander in the rice garden museum:

The rice garden museum is a gallery in LamanPadi with a plenty of artefacts, photos, charts and tools showing the history of their rice cultivation. The Heritage gallery, Paddy gallery, Herb gallery and Garden of variety divides the rice garden museum into 4 sections. The heritage gallery has set of displays and chain of activities related to rice planting. Simultaneously the Paddy gallery has a viewing deck with its breath-taking views of a multi-tiered rooftop of rice garden. You can try your hand at rice farming in the herb garden and garden of variety. The other attraction here is the unique floating rice garden.

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