Located in the north-western corner of Pulau Langkawi, Telaga
Tujuh (Seven Wells) is a geological marvel. The waterfall is so
named because its cascading waters is broken by series of seven
natural pools. The lush green forest that surrounds the waterfall
adds a mystical touch to the natural splendour. Legend has it
that fairies used to come down to the waterfall to bathe and frolic.
KAMPUNG BUKU MALAYSIA
Kampung Buku Malaysia is the first and only book village in South-east
Asia. It is part of the International Book Villages and Book Towns
Movement. It is located just 10 minutes from the Langkawi International
Airport and 15 minutes from the Ferry Terminal. Situated amidst
a lush green frost at the foot of Gunung Raya, the highest peak
on the island, the book village provides book lovers a tranquil
setting to indulge in their hobby.
TASIK DAYANG BUNTING
Nestled amidst lush forested hills on an island south of Pulau
Langkawi is Tasik Dayang Bunting ( Lake of The Pregnant Maiden
), the largest lake in Langkawi. The outline of hills and and
rocky outcrops on one side of the lake resembles the shape of
pregnant maiden lying on her back.
Dataran Lang is Langkawi's most prominent landmark for visitors
arriving by sea. According to local folklore, Langkawi derived
its name from and eagle. Langkawi translated into English is reddish
brown eagle. The square is beautifully illuminated at night and
presents a dramatic scene as you approach the island by sea.
Taman Buaya Langkawi ( Langkawi Crocodile Farm) located at Kubang
Badak, some 32 km from Kuah, has more than 1000 crocodiles of
various species. Here one can witness and photograph crocodiles
and alligators playing and feeding in a controlled environment
that closely resembles their natural habitat.
UNDERWATER WORLD LANGKAWI
The Underwater World Langkawi, a marine showcase featuring both
fresh and salt water fish and other forms of marine life, is a
must-see attraction. Located at Pantai Cenang, a popular beach
on the island, this aquarium features more than 5,000 types of
marine life, exhibited in more than 100 tanks of different sizes.
The highlight is a giant tank housing large marine species uch
as sharks, stingrays, groupers and green turtles, with a 15-metre
tunnel for visitors to walk through and enjoy a spectacular view
of the exhibits. Underwater gardens of weeds and sea plants together
with exotic fishes and exhibits of fossils and shells add to the
range of interesting sights.