Langkawi is a rather big island, and being a UNESCO Geopark, there is an abundance of natural beauty to take in.
The main attraction, however, is the cable car (also known as the Langkawi Skycab), which is boasted as being the steepest cable car, and longest free span mono-rail cable car, in the world.
Housed in a beautiful park, which was once part of the Matsirat Royal Forest, this eco-educational tourist attraction boasts 5.5 acres of land, with several species of animal and over 1,500 birds.
With the use of the jet-ski, a guide takes you jetskiing out to 8 of the 99 islands of Langkawi. It’s both thrilling and educational.
The land is not only beautiful, but ancient, and from certain parts of the island, you can see where ancient coral was pushed out of the ocean millions of years ago.
Langkawi’s famous Crocodile Farm, Crocodile Adventureland, is an incredible place to see crocodiles and alligators up close.