LANGKAWI CABLE CAR:
The Langkawi Cable Car, also known as Langkawi SkyCab, is one of the major attractions in the Island. It is the steepest cable car ride on earth and takes visitors up to 708m above sea level to the second highest peak of Mt. The journey from the Base Station to Middle Station will cover 1,700 meters in distance and upon reaching the Middle Station at an elevation of 650m above sea level, visitors will be able to alight and walk up to the viewing platforms and get a glimpse of the main island as well as the surrounding islands. Machinchang, wherever the view of the islands is breathtaking. Traveler can enjoy views of the hillside flora, waterfalls and occasional glimpses of the wildlife and birds. They can observe at a close range the forested valley between the stations.
LANGKAWI SKY BRIDGE:
It is the highlight of the Island, measuring up to 125m in length, the structure ranks among the world’s longest curve suspension bridge. It is a curved pedestrian bridge located above Mount Machinchang. The bridge offers a wonderful 360 degree view of the Island. The bridge hangs at about 100m above ground and it can accommodate up to 200 people at the same time. It swings out over the landscape to give visitors a unique spatial experience with spectacular views. It is designed as a curved walkway in contrast to a straight bridge; this bridge maximizes the viewing experience providing a different perspective as a visitor walks along the bridge. The Langkawi Sky Bridge can be reached by taking the Langkawi Cable Car to the top station.
Kilim Karst Geoforest Park Langkawi:
The Kilim Karst Geoforest Park is also known as the Kilim Nature Park or Kilim Langkawi, is found at the northeast tip of the island. This park is comprised of the beautiful blue lagoons, mangrove forests and white Langkawi beaches. The best thing that visitors admire here is the park’s beauty, which is like God’s gift to the nature. The Bogak Tree, Iguanas, Macaques and Tree Crabs add more value to its beauty. Visitors enjoy greatly the breathtaking views of limestone rock formations that come out from the ground and of the mangrove swamps and sea. These magnificent views have been regarded as the Temple of Borobodur, the Elephant Stone and the Hanging Gardens. The famous Cave of Legends i.e. Gua Cerita can be easily reached through this park. If you love birds then you can enjoy watching them here in the migratory seasons between September and March.
Pantai Cenang’s nightlife scene is the enjoyable on Langkawi Island, live music and cultural performances until late.Featuring white sands and clear waters, Pantai Cenang’s expansive beach is also great for sunbathing and exciting water sports such as jet skiing and parasailing as well as with sufficiently of beachfront bars and lounges offering inexpensive alcohol and snacks. High-end resorts, chalets and budget hotels with views of the Andaman Sea are plenty here, attracting throngs of locals, and foreign tourists. Pantai Cenang is the busy beach town on Langkawi Island, where you can catch a diverse mix of cafes and restaurants, souvenir shops, and duty-free outlets along its picturesque beach strip. It is just a 10-minute drive from Langkawi International Airport; it’s a popular holiday destination for families, as it has many attractions for kids such as Underwater World Langkawi, Rice Garden Museum.
Eagle Square or Dataran Lang,in English is a square on Langkawi nearby the port where ferries sail in and out. It is the first sight that visitors will see when they arrive by boat. In the square is a giant statue of an eagle poised to take flight. The eagle is the landmark on this square, in the olden days mariners would be guided by the gray hulk of Gunung Raya to help guide them in to the Kuah harbour, today it is the image of the eagle that has taken its place. In the evenings when the eagle and the whole area is blazingly lit, Dataran Lang takes on a new visual dimension. Besides offering several beautiful views, Dataran Lang has miniature fountains, terraces and bridges. It makes this attractive square an ideal place for those postcard-perfect outing photos, with the surrounding mountains at the background.
UNDERWATER WORLD LANGKAWI:
Is one of the major marine and fresh water aquaria in South East Asia. Since the start of its operation on 26 August 1995, it has become one of the must visit tourist destinations in Langkawi and has attracted a large number of tourists. The idea and theme of Underwater World Langkawi are geared towards Knowledge, Entertainment and Education. It is built to raise awareness on the importance of conserving our precious aquatic life forms, thus creating understanding of the deep and inseparable bond between man and nature. Other attractions include the Reptilian Section and the Coral Reef Section the Seashell Display, the Koi Pond, the Freshwater Fish Section. Underwater World Langkai is the gigantic 15-meter long walk-done tunnel consisting of 500,000 litres of seawater which houses many big fishes and sea creatures.
Telaga Tujuh Waterfalls:
It is well-known as the island’s most delightful natural attraction. It is set on Langkawi’s western headlands; its name means Seven Wells Waterfalls, referring to a series of seven connected natural pools fed by seven separate waterfalls in Mount Mat Cincang. Locals say that the Waterfalls are home to fairies, but it is the gorgeous flora that makes the place seem magical. Adventure enthusiasts can brave the steep climb to the top of the waterfalls, past huge rocks and through the seven pools: a journey that will take approximately 45 minutes.
Langkawi Wildlife Park & Bird Paradise:
It is a five-acre park along Jalan Ayer Hangat. It was officially launched in 2002, it is a tropical garden with over 2,500 exotic birds from 150 species such as canaries, owls, eagles, toucans, hornbills and flamingos. The park also features a walk-in aviary with a 15m manmade waterfall.The Langkawi Bird Paradise is the first fully covered wildlife park in Asia. The 10,000sqm complex has over 1,500 birds that fly freely, with sections that strongly resemble the natural habitats of each different species of birdlife.The rich medley of past and present, current convenience and classic backdrop and world-class hospitality consumes seamlessly at Tanjung Rhu Resort. The 5-star reconciliation resort faith at the northern tip of Langkawi, Malaysia.It is nestled in the cool shadow of rustling Casuarina seedling on a 2.5 km white-sand beach ringed by the blue-green waters of the Andaman Sea. In every form, it is a true sanctuary of calm, and privacy, and offers a picnic lunch on a deserted island, a romantic barbecue under the stars, or al fresco fine-dining on the beach, a rejuvenating full-body massage, and catamaran sailing.
It is the second largest island in Langkawi's cluster of 99 islands and can be reached by boat. The meaning of its name is 'Island of Pregnant Maiden' according to a legend. It has a wonderful large freshwater lake (known as Lake Guillemard or Lake of the Pregnant Maiden) surrounded by hills having dense rain forests. The lake and the surrounding area is part of the Dayang Bunting Marble Geoforest Park. This geopark is made with great limestone formations, marbles, and unique geological features. This lake was formed from a large underwater cave and is a beautiful place to visit.
It is known as the apical mountain in Langkawi, and crest at 881 meters in height and its heavy forest reserve houses various body such as; leaf monkeys, flying foxes, macaque monkeys, mountain hawk eagles and many more. The mountain peak is a big ash formation that offers a sensational view of Langkawi’s verdant surroundings, neighboring islets, and the Andaman Sea. There’s also a small park, museum, a satellite control tower, and D’Coconut Hill Resort Langkawi near the mountain. It is great for nature enthusiasts, and the mountain is also a popular destination for jungle trekking.
It is placed in Datai Bay area, Temurun is a three-layer Waterfall and the aggregate drop of the dips is around 200 meters. This is the biggest waterfall in Langkawi. The water stream discharges down the northern slope of Mount Mat Cincang. The rocks here compose mainly of sandstone & shale and is over 500 million years old. The waters cascade down a 30 m drop, forming a nice pool down which you can swim in. This is absolutely a dazzling waterfall to visit.
PETRONAS TWIN TOWERS:
The Petronas Twin Towers were concluded in 1998 and were announced the big buildings in the world, eclipsing the 442-meter-tall Willis Tower in Chicago,U.S.A. The Petronas Towers were the big buildings in the world for six years until Taipei 101 was ended in 2004. The height of the towers is consistent with the top of their structural components such as steeple. The Petronas Towers still remain the tallest twin buildings in the world. lengthen out to the side of the Petronas Twin Towers is the comfortable and appealingly landscaped KLCC Park which features a water fountain and a wading pool for children. Tower One is engaged by the Malaysian state oil company Petronas. Tower Two is taken up by multinational companies such as Accenture, Al-Jazeera, Boeing, IBM, Microsoft. likewise the mall and park, the Petronas Twin Towers has many allurements along with the Petronas Art Gallery and Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre.
KUALA LUMPUR CITY CENTRE (KLCC):
There is only one way to characterize KLCC: the feeling of Kuala Lumpur. KLCC is central to some of the most attractive landmarks in Malaysia, making it a famous tourist station. It is chronicle by its builder as ‘A City Within A City’. The 100-acre site hosts the tallest twin buildings in the world, shopping malls, hotels, office buildings and several hotels, with a host of options to choose from - dining, arts, culture, recreation, sightseeing, and shopping, KLCC never cease to amaze the visitors. KLCC is cheerfully handy via public shipment with many buses performing on assorted routes within the gap and a few train stations nearby. There are also many hotels within ambulatory gap such as G Tower, Mandarin Oriental, Grand Hyatt Kuala Lumpur and InterContinental Kuala Lumpur hotel. A public park and a chapel are also assembled in the area and open to everyone.
ISLAMIC ARTS MUSEUM:
Malaysia advance into a central to Southeast Asia’s biggest museum of Islamic craft. The building involves 30,000 square meters, parked amid the shaded envelope of elemental Kuala Lumpur’s Lake field. The Islamic Arts Museum Malaysia apartments more than ten thousand antiquity, as well as an extraordinary library of Islamic art books. The art article on display range from the insignificant bit of jewelry to one of the world’s biggest scale copy of the Masjid al-Haram in Mecca. The aim is to conceive an assemblage that is truly classic of the Islamic world and display entirety from Persia and the Middle East and Asia. The style of the museum building is stylish, with an Islamic sense, on the ceiling, these artisans corner the dome-construction ethic of Central Asia into the building’s consummate glory. The turquoise-colored domes are now a landmark on the Kuala Lumpur skyline.
KUALA LUMPUR BIRD PARK:
It is placed in the comfortable and dramatic Kuala Lumpur Lake Gardens, it is only 10 minutes drive from the city center of Kuala Lumpur. It is the familiar to more than 3,000 birds of almost 200 species of regional and foreign birds. It is relatively 20.9 acres of green valley terrain, the park is branched into 4 regions; region 1 and region 2 make up the free-flight region; region 3 is the Hornbill Park and region 4 is where the birds are arranged in independent cages and mini birdhouse. One of KL Bird Park's most amazing aspect is that in regions 1, 2 and 3, birds are let complimentary in the aviary which firmly features their common habitat. With this free-flight approach, birds are able to brand common in this different climate.
Bukit Bintang - KLCC Pedestrian Walkway:
It is a 1.173 km-lengthy banal bridge that associate Pavilion KL to Impiana KLCC Hotel and the Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre. The other part of this cloister is a canal tunnel on the convention center’s foyer level associated with Suria KLCC Shopping Centre. It is also called as the Pavilion-KLCC banal bridge, there are so many entrance and exit points (escalators and staircases) forward the bridge: one is occupying at contact (an al-fresco dining and entertainment strip at Pavilion KL), while the others are at busy space such as Jalan Pinang, Jalan Perak, Jalan Raja Chulan and the KL Convention Centre. Also, available along this bridge is the Raja Chulan monorail station and the KLCC LRT station.
Menara KL Tower:
It is Malaysia’s most recognizable and popular landmark. It was constructed in 1994, the tower stands at 421 meters and calmly edge the Petronas Twin Towers with the apical and most amazing view of the city. This burnished tower’s spindle-like apex is visible from relatively anywhere in Kuala Lumpur. Menara KL’s watch deck is, at 276 meters, at least 100 meters higher than the Petronas Twin Towers’ Skybridge; the view is amazing during the day and even better at night. The tower is embedded upon the Bukit Nanas (Pineapple Hill) Forest Reserve, the earliest facetted forest reserve in the country, which houses age-old trees as well as flora and fauna domestic to Malaysia’s hot environment. It is mainly used as a communications footing and is the fifth-sized telecommunications tower in the world.
The National Mosque of Malaysia:
The mosque has a broad scope of 15,000 people and is enclosed by dense greenery which develope to a 13-acre land. The mosque has been existing firm on its grounds since then and is now assumed as a crucial symbol of the Islamic country of Malaysia. The best appearance of the mosque is the 73 meters high minarets and it's 16 pointed star detailed which is its main gable. There are many meanings to the design of the mosque. Around the compound are many follow pools and also fountains. The Lake Gardens itself is made up of five different gardens and parks which bring thousands of guest annually.
It is the bundle in the heart of the scurry Golden Triangle" of Kuala Lumpur and within marching area from the Petronas Twin Towers, Aquaria KLCC is a state-of-the-art sunroom advertise over 5,000 different display of floating and land-bound critter over a rambling 60,000 square-foot space in the foyer Level of the Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre. It is a world-class marine exhibit that boasts animals & marine life from Malaysia and around the world. It was proposed, advanced and is wholly-owned by a company joined in the year 2002.
Perdana Botanical Garden:
It was known as Taman Tasik Perdana or Lake Gardens and is settled in the Heritage Park of Kuala Lumpur. It has always been a part of the green lung of the city and has a history of over a dictionary. It is formally conceived as part of a recreational park but seeded with a compilation of hot plants, the garden has been recover and corner into a Botanical Garden. The gardens have not an only botanical lot but also house appearance that gives the guest ambiance of being in a steamy rainforest.
It is Malaysia’s National Palace and was built in 1928, it is occupying along Jalan Istana and the 13-acre placed used to be the definite palace of the Yang di-Pertuan Agong (King) of Malaysia. In June 2011, it was replaced by a new, costly RM800 million palace near Jalan Duta, Kuala Lumpur. The old Istana Negara is placed on a hill in Bukit Petaling overlooking the Klang River, along Jalan Syed Putra. Its grounds are not open to the public, so the Main Palace Avenue is normally the blot where tourists take pictures and it is also called The Big House.
The Sultan Abdul Samad Building:
It is among Kuala Lumpur’s earliest Moorish-style buildings. It is set to the east of Merdeka Square (Dataran Merdeka) and the Royal Selangor Club. It was built in 1897 and was named after the reigning sultan of Selangor at the time. The distinguished landmark originally served as the secretariat for the colonial British administration. It was arranged by AC Norman, the architect guilty for Masjid Jamek the historic-compelling building used to house the admirable courts of Malaysia the Combined Court of Malaysia, the Court of petition and the High Court of Malaysia, before they carried to Putrajaya
Petrosains- Science Discovery Centre:
It is a center that uses a fun and interactive approach to tell the story of the science and technology of the energy industry. The sequence of the exhibits in Petrosains traces the evolution and scientific relevance of the energy industry while also focusing on general science and its application to everyday life. The hands-on access embraced by Petrosains sets an attention on the fun and adventure of culture rather than on the rigorous mind of a scientific clue. Petrosains is housed in the Petronas Twin Towers.