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Dubbed "The Gem of Kedah", Langkawi is an attractive natural paradise endowed with beaches, trees, and sunsets that is comparable with the beauty of Boracay. This western Malaysian archipelago is a destination that attracts tourists who come and cannot return.

A period of 3-4 days is just enough for you to explore Langkawi and enjoy your vacation on this beautiful island. Langkawi is a suitable island tourist destination for relaxation, so if you have time you should relax to enjoy and explore the beauty of Langkawi. Visiting this beautiful island, you will discover many beautiful places, unspoiled beaches, waterfalls, aquariums, national parks, and exciting entertainment activities ...:

1. Admiring the beautiful beaches in Langkawi:

Pantai Cenang is the main tourist are on the island that owns a system of hotels, restaurants, shops and bars. The beaches here have many attractive sports activities, especially skateboarding, paragliding, banana boat rides. There are also many high-end spa restaurants serving the needs of visitors. There are other attractive beaches such as Pantai Kok, Pantai Pasit Hitam, Tanjung Rhu and Pantai Pasir Tengkorak on the island.

2. Experience the cable car and Sky bridge in Langkawi:

The cable car and the sky bridge in Langkawi is the best place to have a panoramic view of Langkawi Island. Machincang Mountain is about 650m above sea level and SkyCab is a three-station cable car system with a length of 1,700m, and a 360-degree panoramic observation deck located at the middle and top stop.

3. Admire the beautiful waterfalls:

There are many beautiful waterfalls in Langkawi, of which the most impressive is Telaga Tujuh - also known as 7 Wells Waterfall because of its connection with 7 natural lakes. The area around is covered with cement and quite easy to go but consits of many stairns leading to the waterfall. Famous waterfalls in Langkawi must include Temurun Falls and Durian Perangin Falls.

Langkawi is a serene archipelago of 140 islands – only a few of which are inhabited. The largest of these is the eponymous Langkawi Island, which has UNESCO World Geopark status because of its richly populated (by wildlife, that is) conservation areas. The best way to experience these ecological wonders is from high above, on the Langkawi Sky Bridge that stretches above the rainforest. Cheekily-named Pregnant Maiden freshwater lake is a great place to take a dip or play keep-away with the kleptomaniac monkeys.