50 Places to Visit in Langkawi, Tourist Places & Top Attractions
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Taman Lagenda Langkawi is an artistically beautiful landscaped folklore-themed park. Commenced in 1996, this open-air ‘garden museum’ has the Kuah waterfront as well as several colourful statues. Spread all across the park, these statues have signboards in English that presents the details of myths that are associated with every specific sculpture.

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Situated at a staggering height of 2,170 feet and hanging in between the two mountains, the Langkawi sky bridge, as the name suggests, makes you witness Malaysian beauty from heavenly heights. You can reach this bridge after ending your sky cab ride, only to witness more enchanting views of the forests and mountains. Stretching up to 410 feet with transparent sections, this bridge gives you a rush of adrenaline with a feeling of almost standing in the sky!

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Feel the thrill of flying above the lush green dense rainforests of Langkawi and its waterfalls from an astonishing height on a zipline course. Choose from among a plethora of zipline courses and enjoy incredible views of the island, its forests, beaches, waterfalls, mountains, and of course, its flora and fauna. All zipline experiences are completely safe and are carried out under professional guidance.

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Hopping off from the Langkawi Island tour to the exotic beach of Pulau Beras Basah is an experience that is one of its kind. Popularly visited by international tourists as part of an island tour, these beautiful white sandy beaches are visited by localities as an idea of Staycation. Untouched by the human hands, this beach offers light-hearted fun activities such as sunbathing, swimming, and relaxing by the serene sea.

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Immerse yourself into the lush green flora and fauna of Malaysia and witness the largest collection of Malaysian sea water crocodiles at Crocodile Adventureland in Langkawi. This crocodile farm, also known as Taman Buaya, spans 20 acres, housing over a thousand crocodiles and alligators. While half of the area is off-limits to visitors, the other half is divided into areas where you may observe, feed, interact, watch shows, and learn more about crocodiles and alligators.

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Lying 10 kilometres away from Kuah, in Langkawi Islands, is the Langkawi Wildlife Park and Bird Paradise. It is a natural habitat for birds and animals bought from the continents like Southeast Asia, Africa, South, and America. This exotic park of Malaysia takes care of a whopping number of 2500 birds with over 150 species of animals and birds. You can come to the aviary or enter the cages to feed these exciting birds and animals with a token of the tastiest love.

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Spend an entire day in the lap of nature by heading to the surreal Durian Perangin Waterfall, which cascades from the northern slope of Gunung Raya, Langkawi's highest mountain. A visit to this hidden treasure will expose you to the magnificent natural beauty of Malaysia. Here, you can stroll amidst the Durian trees, witness rock formations, observe the beautiful flora and fauna of the country, host a picnic, and engage in many more adventurous activities.

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Galeria Perdana is a treasure trove of valuable presents and souvenirs that former Malaysian Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad received during his 24-year reign. This museum has over 9000 exhibits of items like antique cars, priceless artefacts, ceremonial swords, and antique jewellery, but only 2000 are on display at a given time. In addition to its massive collection of rare objects, Galeria Perdana is also renowned for its splendid architecture featuring intricate artworks, hanging chandeliers, and beautifully landscaped gardens.

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Going by the official name of Langkawi Sky Cab, this is Malaysia’s most iconic ride. The cable soars up to 650 meters high in the sky offering you amazing views of the island from the top. The sky cab tours the three stations- the base from where it starts, the middle station where you reach 650 meters above sea level, and the Top station to halt at the 708 meters. Just in 15 minutes, you will be able to experience a whole lifetime of joy on seeing the stunning views of dense forests, age-old rock formations, and lush green tree tops.  

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Black Sand Beach is also known as the Pantai Pasir Hitam. In Malay, Pantai stands for beach, Pasir means the sand and Hitam stands for black, hence the name. There are several stories explaining the blackness of the sand. Swimming or sunbathing is not recommended here.

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Langkawi's Paradise 101 is a sustainable and environment-friendly island resort where guests can unwind during the day, thrill themselves with water sports, and then dance the night away. Langkawi's Paradise 101 is conveniently located just a quick boat ride away from Telaga Harbour, on the island's Pantai Kok.

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Situated at a staggering height of 2,170 feet and hanging in between the two mountains, the Langkawi sky bridge, as the name suggests, makes you witness Malaysian beauty from heavenly heights. You can reach this bridge after ending your sky cab ride, only to witness more enchanting views of the forests and mountains. Stretching up to 410 feet with transparent sections, this bridge gives you a rush of adrenaline with a feeling of almost standing in the sky!

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Immerse yourself into the lush green flora and fauna of Malaysia and witness the largest collection of Malaysian sea water crocodiles at Crocodile Adventureland in Langkawi. This crocodile farm, also known as Taman Buaya, spans 20 acres, housing over a thousand crocodiles and alligators. While half of the area is off-limits to visitors, the other half is divided into areas where you may observe, feed, interact, watch shows, and learn more about crocodiles and alligators.

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Lying 10 kilometres away from Kuah, in Langkawi Islands, is the Langkawi Wildlife Park and Bird Paradise. It is a natural habitat for birds and animals bought from the continents like Southeast Asia, Africa, South, and America. This exotic park of Malaysia takes care of a whopping number of 2500 birds with over 150 species of animals and birds. You can come to the aviary or enter the cages to feed these exciting birds and animals with a token of the tastiest love.

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Langkawi's Paradise 101 is a sustainable and environment-friendly island resort where guests can unwind during the day, thrill themselves with water sports, and then dance the night away. Langkawi's Paradise 101 is conveniently located just a quick boat ride away from Telaga Harbour, on the island's Pantai Kok.

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Underwater World Langkawi, one of Malaysia's largest aquariums, is a magnificent destination to see more than 4000 different species of aquatic animals up close. It educates visitors about the importance of marine life through themed zones such as Freshwater, Tropical Rainforest, Sub-Antarctic, and Temperate. From witnessing exotic aquatic life in a 15-meter-long tunnel to touching and feeding sea creatures, every experience at the aquarium is exhilarating.

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Splash Out Langkawi is the very first water park on the famed island of Langkawi and is located about 20 minutes from the island's airport in Kuah Town. The park's 12 thrilling rides and attractions cover 12 acres and promise an experience unlike any other. 

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Going by the official name of Langkawi Sky Cab, this is Malaysia’s most iconic ride. The cable soars up to 650 meters high in the sky offering you amazing views of the island from the top. The sky cab tours the three stations- the base from where it starts, the middle station where you reach 650 meters above sea level, and the Top station to halt at the 708 meters. Just in 15 minutes, you will be able to experience a whole lifetime of joy on seeing the stunning views of dense forests, age-old rock formations, and lush green tree tops.  

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Every Friday, adjacent to Tanjung Rhu Beach, Ayer Hangat Night Market starts in the evening and continues till late at night. While Ayer Hangat Night Market has everything from accessories to purses, it is most famous for its Malaysian and Thai cuisine. If you want to indulge in the local culture of Langkawi, make sure to visit this night market!

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Datai Langkawi houses some of the Langkawi Island’s most swanky and exquisite resorts i.e. The Datai and The Andaman. If you are staying here during your trip to Langkawi, there is no other place to visit besides this.

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Pebble Beach is a beach with no sand and just pebbles and rocks. You can find rocks and pebbles of just about every shape and size, hence the name, The Pebble Beach. Not too many locals or the tourists know or visit this beach. Since there is no sand, it is not ideal for swimming.

Location: Pebble Beach is situated at the north western end of Langkawi in Datai area. Situated right opposite to the Temurun waterfalls on the north shore, you can reach the beach from the Jalan Datai (road #161). You’ll have to pass through the steep natural trail that passes through a forested area for about 50 yards to the beach and is covered by trees.

Highlights: There is a make shift open-air restaurant called 3-Tiga that is situated on the trail that leads you down to the beach.

Best Time: Open 24 hours a day.

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Gunung Gayong is part of the Titiwatsa Mountain Range. It stands at a mighty 7129feet above sea level, making it the 4th tallest peak in Peninsular Malaysia.

Highlights – It is always visited along with yet another peak of Titiwatsa, Mount Korbu, which is the 2nd tallest peak in Peninsular Malaysia at a height of 7162feet. Only professional mountain hikers can visit these peaks as it takes around 4 to 5 days to make a return trip here. Completing this trip is considered to be rare, as it is replete with many challenging hurdles.

Facts – Kinta Dam and Blue Valley Dam are two points through which you can start hiking to these peaks. One can get lost easily here as there are no clear marks. Hence, using the services of a professional guide becomes mandatory.

Timings – Late January to March.

Fee – Permit required if hiking is done from Kinta Dam. Total fee for two peaks – RM205 at the maximum per person

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Gunung Tahan or Mount Tahan is located inside the Taman Negara National Forest and is a visual delight for locals and foreign tourists. At a height of 2187m, this is easily the tallest peak in Peninsular Malaysia. It requires a lot of physical endurance to scale this peak.

Highlights – One of the most challenging and tough trekking trails in the world, Only suitable for experts in mountain hiking.

Facts – There are 3 tough trekking trails here .They are – a) Sungai Relau to Gunung Tahan and back to Sungai Relau b) Sungai Relau to Gunung Tahan and to Kuala Tahan c)Kuala Tahan to Gunung Tahan and back to Sungai Relau. As trekking trails are quite arduous, people coming here for hiking should furnish relevant medical and fitness certificates.

Timings – June to September.

Fee – RM100 towards permit charges

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At a height of 4898feet, Gunung Nuang is located in Selangor and is considered to be one of the tallest peaks in this area. It is quite smaller than most of the Malaysian mountains, which is why it is ranked 86th in the overall list of tall peaks here.

Highlights - The trekking trails in Gunung Nuang are quite stressful and tedious; therefore prior experience in mountain hiking is mandatory when people come here.



Fact – The trail starts from Pangsoon village at a height of 200m above sea level and the trails are accompanied by dense forests and river crossings. One has to then cross the tough terrains of Camp Lolo and Camp Pengasih to finally reach the peak. It takes around 5 to 6 hours to get to the top and about 4 hours downhill.

Timings – All through the year.

Fee – RM1 towards registration at the jungle forest.


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At a height of 1010m, Gunung Belumut or Mount Belumut is one of the famous hiking destinations in Malaysia. Strategically located at just few hours from Singapore, many tourists come here as part of day-picnic tours to enjoy the flora and beauty of this summit.

Highlights – The trekking trails are mostly sloping; hence people with ample mountain hiking experience should take up hiking here. Though it is not one of those easy trails, it is definitely far easier than Cameron Highlands.

Facts – It takes around 5 hours to go up and 3 hours to come down this trip. Permits need to be obtained from Jabatan Hutan Kluang in advance for this. There are lots of places where one can sit and relax.

Timings – December – January is the best, as the climate is cold, but pleasant.

Fee – Permit costs RM150 per group, however big or small the group is; Hiking guide costs around RM140 for a group of 25 people maximum.

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Stretching across 25 kilometres from the Pantai Kok beach, Batu Hampar white sand beach lies on the western coastline of Langkawi. Decked up with lush green forest and plenty of coconut and mangrove trees, Batu Hampar is the perfect destination if you want a peaceful beach holiday away from tourist crowds. This beach, in addition to its vegetation and clear blue sea, offers spectacular rock formations that are worth having a look at.

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A trip to Langkawi is incomplete without embarking on the fascinating mangrove safari across Kilim Nature Park. Spanning an area of 100 sq km, the Kilim Nature Park is home to thick mangrove forests, white sand beaches, and lagoons. In a boat safari across the park river, witness incredible sights of Malay flora and fauna, impressive limestone rock formations, fish farming sites, and the spooky Bat cave. 

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Mahsuri Tomb and Museum is the crypt of the legendary Princess Mahsuri. Also known as the Makam Mahsuri, almost all the natural attractions of the museum have fables attached in true Malay style and Mahsuri’s Tomb is definitely the most famous legend here.

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Taman Agroteknologi MARDI, located on the magnificent Cameron Highland, is one of Langkawi's most popular ecotourism destinations, attracting over 100,000 tourists each year. This agro-technology park is surrounded by the beautiful Gunung Raya Forest Reserve and is separated into multiple zones dedicated to various types of fruits, flowers, and vegetables. On a guided tour of the attraction, you may see 20 different types of tropical fruits, 40 varieties of roses, 100 citrus fruits, and much more. At the end of the tour, you’ll also be treated to a delightful tropical fruit buffet.

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Temurun Waterfall is a three tier Waterfall which has a cumulative drop of the falls of about 200 meters. It is the tallest waterfall in Langkawi. The water stream from this waterfall streams down the northern slope of Mount Mat Cincang. Rocks of the Temurun Waterfall comprise mainly of the sandstone & shale which are all over 500 million years old.

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When you make your way to the Langkawi Island, you can come across a number of outlying islets. Measuring some 390 acres, Rebak Island is just a short boat ride away. It is one of the most exquisite international hotel chain, Vivanta by Taj, part of the Taj Hotels, Resorts and Palaces. There is nothing much to do or see on these shores besides the soaking in the surf or sunbathing. So, for those who enjoy sightseeigs, you can take the boat back to the mainland and visit the Langkawi Island’s more popular beaches including the Pantai Tengah, Pantai Kok and Pantai Cenang.

Highlights: The Rebak Island is an incredibly calm and secluded place that makes for a perfect romantic gateway. It has an exceptionally beautiful marina and is the only fully equipped marina in the entire country.

Best Time: Open daily so you can visit the beach anytime of the day.

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Though there are many mountains in Malaysia, Gunung Jerai stands out purely because of its mystical and mythological charm even today. Located at a height of 3854feet, this peak is also known as Kedah’s Peak.

Highlights – At the base of the mountain, there are traces of ancient (century-old) Buddhist and Hindu temples, reverberating a sense of divinity that cannot be explained in words.

Facts – The trekking trails of this mountain are quite dangerous. There have been various cases of missing people reported in the past. Merbok to Yan trail is the most used route by people coming here. The complete trip may take anywhere between 9 and 10 hours for experienced hikers.

Timings – Any time during the year.

Fee – No need to get any permit.

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If you love to go on a hiking experience, but don’t have enough time on your hands, all you have to do is to visit Gunung Lambak, situated in Kluang Town, Johar. This hill is just 510m in height, but provides you a fit & healthy ambience.

Highlights – This hill doesn’t look like a perfect hiking spot; it looks more like a picnic spot with people coming in huge crowds especially during the weekends. Kids play merrily in the playgrounds located at the base of this hill, while adults enjoy peaceful banter amidst the sounds of various local food stalls set up here.



Facts – It takes just around one hour to get to the peak of this hill. The place is located easily from Singapore within 2 hours.

Timings – Period between November and March is the best.

Fee – No admission charges and no permits are required to get to its peak.


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Shark Bay Beach is undoubtedly the most beautiful and popular beaches in the Langkawi. It gets its name, Shark Bay Beach because of the presence of few sharks made of stone. These sharks on the display at the side of the beach promenade. You’ll not get to see any real sharks here and the water is definitely very calm here. Not too long, the beach is said to be the continuation of the Black Sand Beach.

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Lying 3 km northeast of Tanjung Rhu Beach, Kilim Geoforest Park is the first Geopark in the South East Asia region that offers 100 square kilometres of mesmerising archaeological landscapes. Along with its historic beauty, this park offers beautiful mangrove swamps, breathtaking beaches, and magnificent hills. Famous animals like the brahmini kite, monitor lizards, monkeys can be spotted quite often.

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Splash Out Langkawi is the very first water park on the famed island of Langkawi and is located about 20 minutes from the island's airport in Kuah Town. The park's 12 thrilling rides and attractions cover 12 acres and promise an experience unlike any other. 

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Decked with swaying palm and coconut trees, Pantai Tengah is yet one of the popular beaches in Langkawi, Malaysia. It is the island's longest beach, measuring 700 metres. While it does not have many tourist attractions, the crystal clear blue waters and tranquil atmosphere are enough to captivate your heart. Pantai Tengah also offers a variety of water sports, dining options, shopping avenues, and massage parlours, making it an ideal destination for a romantic or family vacation.


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Langkawi Arts in Paradise 3D Museum is the largest 3D art museum in Malaysia and the second largest in the world. This museum has over 200 impressive artworks that look just lifelike when photographed.

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One of the most beautiful natural formations of Langkawi, Telaga Tujuh is an awe inspiring view to observe. According to the island’s myth, the waterfall had captivated the hearts of fairies and hence they transformed it their bathing place. Therefore, it is believed that the waterfall and its springs have several healing powers and medicinal value. You can either hike up to the Gunung Mat Cinang or use a cable car to reach the place.

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Addressed as Eagle Square by international spectators, this is a popular huge Eagle statue situated in a star-shaped area, viewed as even visible from heights. One of the most famous man-made attractions of the Langkawi chain of islands, this place gives the scenic views of a huge eagle erected in between beautiful ponds and bridges. Visited mainly for those Instagram-worthy pictures, this place is a photo spot giving you one of the best pictures of your life. 

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Ayer Hanghat Village is a multifaceted set in the north of Kuah Town. But what makes it world famous is its three tier natural salt water hot spring wells (one of the three in the world). In the past, it was just a hot salt water spring for the tourists; now the management has actually converted it into a recreational center, with Jacuzzis, fountains and small ponds filled with pumped natural spring water. There is nothing more enriching than embracing the raw nature; hence this place is must for all tourists.



Highlights: Submerge yourself in a beautiful experience; relax and rejuvenate your mind and body in Air Hangat Village. The place also entertains the tourists with cultural shows, gift and souvenir shops, Malaysian dance and Batik painting.

Location: Jalan Air Hanghat

Price: Free Best Season: All year long

Timings: 9 am to 6 pm (last entry 5 pm)
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Pantai Cenang Beach is said to be the busiest beach town on Langkawi Island. It has a range of cafes and restaurants, as well as souvenir shops, and duty-free outlets placed significantly along the picturesque beach strip. Ideal for the locals, expats, backpackers as well as the foreign tourists since there are a number of budget hotels, high end resorts and chalets along with magnificent views of the Andaman Sea

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Pulau Payar Marine Park is a collection of smaller islands famously known for adventurous water activities. The real essence of this island lies in the depths of the waters, explored by international tourists coming from far and wide. From beginner to the pro levels, you can try all sorts of water activities allowing you to witness the underwater beauty of stunning corals and old rock formations. Lionfish, baby sharks, lobsters and other fantastic aquatic creatures are found in the waters beneath the exotic island of Pulau Payar Marine Park.

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Gunung Raya is the highest mountain in Langkawi. It peaks at 881 metres in height. Said to be the dense forest reserve it is a home to huge wildlife like the leaf monkeys, flying foxes, macaque monkeys, squirrels, mountain hawk eagles, white bellied sea eagles, and great hornbills.

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Tengkorak Beach is one of the most secluded and definitely a very beautiful beach in the Langkawi. It has just about everything for the beach lovers and is a favorite of locals here. From the crystal clear waters to the soft white sands and forested trees, you get everything here.

Location: Situated in the Datai area, the Tengkorak Beach is easily accessible from the road Jalan Datai (Rd #161) in northern Langkawi. This road will go all the way to the Datai Resort. You can easily get a taxi to help you reach the place. About 3 km from the Crocodile Farm, it is located just before Andaman Resort.

Highlights: It is one of the few beaches in Langkawi that has shower rooms and toilets. You can also find picnic tables in the park land and there are shaded gazebos along the beach.

Price: Entry to the beach is absolutely free

Best Time: Being a public beach, it is open 24 hours a day.

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Turquoise blue waters, white sandy beaches and a host of local and international tourists, Cenang Beach in the scenic Langkawi Island, is one of the busy beaches in Malaysia. There are lots of resorts here in various ranges to suit the travellers.

Highlights – This is one of the upmarket beaches in Malaysia as you will find tourists from Asia and abroad in large numbers, especially during weekends and school holidays. Apt for water sports activities like swimming, parasailing, jet skiing, para-motoring, banana rides etc. To cater to the tourists, many foods stalls are put up all over the shores. While swimming, watch out for jellyfishes.

 Location - Langkawi.

Timings – Beach can be visited all through the year.

Price – depends on the activity of your choice.
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Gunung Lang Recreational Park is set amidst the breathtaking view of the limestone hills of Gunung Lang and Gunung Bilike. It is one of the most scenic spots in Ipoh. The park covers a long area of 30.35 hectares, almost half of which consists of lake. To reach the park you have to take a short boat-ride through the lake, amidst the natural beauty. The park consists of well manicured gardens, a tower which provides the landscape view of the park, gazebos, mini-zoo, campsites and children play grounds.

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One of the main attractions of the Park is the artificial waterfall on top of a limestone hill.

Location: The Park is located only 5 KM away from Ipoh town and 3.6 KM from the Ipoh railway station.

Timing: 08:00 am - 06:30 pm

Price: Boat ride fee is RM 3 for adults and RM 1.5 for children and senior citizens.

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It was a lovely experience. The speed of the cruise was just nice for participants to enjoy the view.It's the best way to have a view of entire landscape.
What a awesome experience to explore the jungle, as we climb up we learn more about the nature. Special Thanks to our tour guide.
Waterfall Zipline, Langkawi Geopark, Rare wildlife. What not in this amazing package. Totally worth it.
Totally in love with this place. Must visit here. Highly recommended! Very well maintained and the staff is very kind!
It was a fun-filled ride across the forest and rice fields...the guide is really professional and supportive..nice experience!
We had a fantastic experience I was a bit apprehensive about the safety aspects but I needn't have worried. The equipment is in good condition and the lines are well maintained
A complete package of exciting activities and a thrilling adventure throughout the time you spend there. One of the best in the world.
Once in a lifetime experience. Watching this variety of marine life with world-famous giant sea creatures is worthwhile. You never know how your time spent there. It’s an eye-pleasing activity to go for. Worth a visit in a lifetime.
Mesmerized by the beauty of different islands we had visited there and each island offers a different variety of views.
It was a nice experience we enjoyed the different islands there, had a great fun there in so much discounted rates from Thrillophilia, totally worth it.

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