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Genting Highland

The Main Range – also known poetically as Banjaran Titiwangsa in Malay – is a ridge of granite mountains that forms Peninsula Malaysia’s north-south backbone. Many of the range’s peaks reach above 6,000 feet and this is where the cool hill stations of Cameron Highlands, Fraser’s Hill and Genting Highlands lie. Genting is acknowledged as Malaysia’s premier hillside station; this Kuala Lumpur mountain peak getaway is Malaysia’s Asian-style Las Vegas. Renowned for its casino, nightlife and luxury hotels, it features the First World Hotel – which was listed as the world’s largest hotel in 2006 by the Guinness World Book of Records. Dubbed the City of Entertainment, this breezy resort-town is especially popular with locals and weekend warriors from Singapore. Dotted with touristy hotels, it has more than a few attractions – namely cave temples erected in honour of important figures – and frequently plays host to a slew of international acts that range from Boyz II Men to Leona Lewis at the Arena of Stars.

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Putrajaya

Putrajaya, officially the Federal Territory of Putrajaya (Malay: Wilayah Persekutuan Putrajaya), is a planned city and the federal administrative centre of Malaysia. The seat of government was shifted in 1999 from Kuala Lumpur to Putrajaya because of overcrowding and congestion in the former. Kuala Lumpur remains Malaysia’s national capital and is the seat of the King, the Parliament, and all the foreign embassies, and the country’s commercial and financial centre. Putrajaya was the idea of Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad. It became Malaysia’s third Federal Territory, after Kuala Lumpur and Labuan, in 2001.

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Langkawi beaches

Pantai Cenang is Langkawi’s main beach attraction. It may not be as rowdy as the Australian beaches strips but it is Malaysia’s most developed west-coast beach; its shores are gorgeous mix of white sand, crystalline turquoise-blue waters and verdant palms.

Crammed with mostly budget to mid-range hotels, Pantai Cenang, located 25 km west of Kuah is also home to more than a few high-end resorts. When the sun goes down a peculiar jumble of backpackers, expats, Asian tourists and families throng the main road to eat, drink and window shop.

Tanjung Rhu has the best shores in Langkawi. The waters are as clear as crystal, the sand is powder-fine and driving towards this beach you’ll have to pass a dense corridor of jungle. The area is absolutely secluded and the atmosphere is silent and peaceful. Bordered by intermittent limestone crags, Tanjung Rhu is gorgeously breathtaking and even though it may be as hot as Hades in some of the other areas of Langkawi, here the air is crisp, clean and cool.

There are a few roadside stalls selling Langkawi’s local favourite – mee gulung – but other than that the area is quiet. Featuring clean roads, this quarter of Langkawi Island is the domicile of the Tanjung Rhu Resort as well as the Four Seasons Resort and the well-heeled tend to gravitate here.

Pantai Tengah is a basically a continuation of Pantai Cenang. It is the longest stretch of beach in Langkawi – there are a few basic chalets here as well as a few big, all-inclusive resorts here that are especially popular with young families.

There’s not much sightseeing here; truth be told that’s the case for most of Langkawi Island. However, there are more than a few ways to kick back and relax; spas are a dime a dozen and finding a tour operator to liven your day up with an island-hopping or mangrove eagle-feeding tour is as easy as pie. Pantai Tengah is a good place for gastronomic options and the nightlife scene here is definitely something to shout about but shopping outlets are sparse.

Pantai Kok is dominated by mostly high-end upscale resorts like the Sheraton and Tanjung Sanctuary. The beach is beautiful with clean sands and clear waters but it’s the tourist attractions, as well as the relative peace and quiet, that makes this place so popular.

Lined with a thoroughly modern marina, Pantai Kok, on the western part of the island approximately 12km north of Pantai Cenang, fronts a beautiful bay surrounded by limestone hills and verdant jungle. On the waterfront, at Teluk Burau, is the spanking-new Telaga Harbour Park, a yachting marina with a string of shops, bars and restaurants, plus a petrol station, bank and post office. Additionally it has several recreational attractions including a cable-car ride to the peak of Mat Cincang Mountain and the Telaga Tujuh Waterfalls.

Pantai Kok’s relatively undisturbed locale as well as its verdant greenery makes it doubly popular – especially if you love nature or want a quieter holiday destination.

For an enjoyable tour at only RM30/hour, please contact our Langkawi Agent

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Island Tour

Joining a tour in Langkawi is one of the best ways to fully experience the island’s rich history and verdant sights. There are plenty tours for travellers who prefer to stay within the mainland, including full-day excursions to the Langkawi Cable Car, Oriental Village, Eagle Square, Crocodile Farm, and Underwater World Langkawi. Guided kayaking, jungle-trekking and canopy tours are available for adventure-seekers, where they can hike on steep mountainous paths, paddle along the tranquil Kilim River, and catch a glimpse of local wildlife. Langkawi tours also take guests on exciting cruises or boat rides to Langkawi’s pristine islets which are filled with colourful coral gardens, marine creatures and crystal clear waters. The nearby island of Pulau Payar offers fantastic snorkelling and diving opportunities while the expansive beaches of Pulau Dayang Bunting, Pulau Singa Besar and Pulau Beras Basah are ideal for sunbathing and relaxation as well as fun-filled activities such as jet skiing, parasailing and banana boat rides

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Pulau Payar

Pulau Payar Marine Park is a popular site for snorkelling and diving enthusiasts keen on exploring Langkawi’s undersea action. Just 30km south of the main island, it is about 45 minutes away from the Kuah jetty point and you can take either a catamaran or a speedboat to get here. Comprising four islands, the largest of which is Pulau Payar, and three smaller isles (Pulau Kaca, Pulau Lembu and Pulau Segantang) this marine park is spread over two nautical miles. None of these islands are inhabited and are strictly regulated by the Fisheries Department of Kedah to maintain their pristine condition.

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Island Hopping

Island Hopping is probably the most popular boat tour in Langkawi and also one of the cheapest ones. This is a standard tour that usually starts at 9.00 in the morning and lasts for 3.5 to 4 hours including hotel transfers.
Because of its popularity, this tour is offered by virtually all tour operators, travel stalls and hotels in the island. It covers three spots that includes wonderful scenic islands to the south of the main island of Langkawi and eagle feeding where you can watch the marvelous spectacle of many eagles swooping down from the sky to catch their prey on the water.
The two islands offer plenty of activities including swimming in scenic fresh water lake, paddle boating, snorkeling from soft sandy beach, lounging and sunbathing, or just relaxing and enjoying the stunning scenery all around. The boat tours usually start from Teluk Baru Jetty located at the southern part of Pantai Tengah and before Resorts World or Star Cruise Jetty. So if you are staying at Pantai Tengah or Pantain Cenang areas, the tours would be very convenient.
There are large and small boats. The larger ones can accommodate some 20 persons and the smaller ones 8-10. The tour operators choose the boats according to the demand. During high tourist season, you may find hundreds of tourists waiting at the jetty for their boats. All the Island Hopping tours mostly begin around the same time. You should apply and carry enough sun block lotion to avoid sun burns and also carry bottles of drinking water.
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Mangrove

Also known as the Kilim Karst Geoforest Park, this 100 square kilometer area in Langkawi is a nature reserve and a collection of geo-sites full of amazing flora & fauna, and stunning geological formations like mammoth limestone rocks, fossils, caves, lagoons, beaches and seascapes.
The whole area is administered and protected by the Peninsular Malaysia Forestry Department. It is part of the larger Langkawi Geopark and one of the biggest hot spots of Eco tourism in the entire region.
The approach to the Kilim Geopark is through the Kilim river. You will need to take a tour on a motor boat that starts from the Kilim Jetty or the Tanjung Rhu bay area both located at the north eastern end of Langkawi. A guided boat tour would be ideal to appreciate all the attractions in Kilim Geopark. The Kilim Geopark area comprises of the river basins of Kilim, Kisap and Air Hangat along with several islands including Langgun and Tanjung Dendang.
So what do you get to experience? The boat ride will initially take you along the Kilim river with dense green mangroves (also known as wetland mangroves) on one side and gigantic limestone rocks on the other rising from the river bed. Some of these limestone rocks that look like mountains, have been formed some 500 million years back. The mangroves serve to protect the shoreline from the sea and prevent soil erosion by forming a barricade.
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Kuala Lumpur Tour

Enjoy personalized tour service at only RM350/8hours or RM180/4hours (half day). Pick up can be anywhere in KL City or even KLIA. Among places you will be taken to includes KLCC, KL Tower, Pasar Seni (Arts and Craft market), City Tour, Bukit Bintang where citu actions can be seen and experienced.. and many more.

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Historical Melaka

Your visit to Malaysia may not complete without visiting Melaka. This is the most historical city in this region, whereby the Portuguese, Dutch, English and Japanese once occupied this city. Only one and half hour drive form KLIA, you will enjoy visiting all these historical remainings at Bandahilir, besides the chinese and English remains in Jonker Walk.

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Cameron Highlands

Cameron Highlands in Pahang is one of Malaysia’s most popular tourist destinations, a collection of peaceful townships perched 1500 meters high on a nest of serene mountains. Cooling resorts, tea plantations and strawberry farms sprawl lazily across lush valleys and meandering hillslopes, the perfect setting for a relaxing holiday.

The sea of tranquility, pleasant landscapes and cold climate impart a special experience upon the multitudes of visitors each year. Meanwhile, a different world lies hidden away among the natural surroundings – a rainforest ecosystem rich with the wonders of nature, long held with fascination by researchers and naturalists across the world.

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Port Dickson

Port Dickson is a beach resort destination at Negeri Sembilan in Malaysia, about 90km south from Kuala Lumpur and 30km away from Seremban. Also called ‘PD’ by locals, this popular holiday retreat is located within easy reach from KL and Singapore by major highways and roads. From PD’s town center, a coastline of warm beaches and calm seas stretches along a 10-mile strip towards Malacca.

The most popular beach zones along this stretch are Teluk Kemang, Blue Lagoon, Bagan Pinang, Pantai Purnama and Pantai Cahaya Negeri, supported by major hotels, resorts and apartments that offer budget and luxury family accommodation.

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