of Malaysia's finest resorts and most stunning beaches come
together here to offer visitors a relaxing break amidst
UNESCO-listed natural beauty.
Scuba diving and snorkelling in the clear waters of Palau Payar
Marine Park marine sanctuary are favourite holiday activities. On
the water there is as much to enjoy as below it, with sailing,
kayaking and power boating around the many islands a great way to
spend the day. There's a stunning array of fish and other sea life
in Langkawi to keep you company, including regular visits from
three different species of whale, giant whale sharks, four species
of dolphin and ever comical sea otters.
Beyond the beach, Langkawi is home to a range of spectacular
natural reserves that help protect local animal life and make for
great day trips inland. For a breathtaking experience the
Langkawi Skybridge is world-class. Clinging to a 700-metre high
mountain ridge on beautiful Langkawi Palau, the 125-metre long
pedestrian bridge offers incredible views of the Andaman Sea.
is home to a wide range of spas offering treatments of all kinds.
Massage, relaxation, facials and more are offered all over the
region, and Malaysia is fortunate to be located so close to the
expert massage practitioners of Thailand, Bali and Lao. This
proximity to the source of skilled masseurs means your practitioner
has more than likely honed their skills at the source.