There's lots of beaches to choose from in Langkawi, but only one Tanjung Rhu Beach. Walk the curve of soft white sand fringed with vibrant greenery and swim in sparkling waters. Little islets covered in trees rise out of the sea and the beach stretches in a wide crescent. It's a great place to sit back and relax.
Spanning around 60 square miles, Kilim Geoforest Park is a natural haven and part of the UNESCO Langkawi Geopark. Explore thick mangroves and mangrove swamps, discover pristine beaches and secluded bays and navigate rivers pierced by vertical karst rock formations. Keep a look out for exotic animals and journey into caves like Bat Cave, Cave of Legends and Crocodile Cave.
Langkawi Sky Bridge is one of the longest free span and curved bridges in the world. 125 metres in length hanging roughly 100 metres above Machinchang mountain, this thrilling bridge offers breathtaking panoramic views and glass panels to gaze into the forests below. You get to the bridge by an equally exciting cable car ride as well.
Trek through the rainforest with an experienced guide and explore an emerald wonderland. Walk amongst ancient trees that pierce the sky, wander mysterious mangroves, hear the chorus of tropical bird song and spot the local wildlife. The rainforests of Langkawi are alive with lots of cheeky monkeys, cute lemurs, giant squirrels, wild pigs and majestic eagles.
Take a trip to the paradisiacal Payar Island and snorkel in perfect, crystal-clear waters that shimmer with electric blue hues. The island is a designated marine park to protected the diversity of coral gardens and colourful tropical fish. It's the perfect place for snorkelling and diving with lots of varied marine life and great visibility.