Langkawi offers enchanting natural treasures from mythical lakes to massive limestone formations and majestic eagles.
- Explore the mythical Tasik Dayang Bunting or Pregnant Maiden Lake
- Feed the majestic brown eagle and the white bellied eagle
- Relax and enjoy the beautiful beach of Beras Basah
- Cruise along mangrove swamp of Kilim Karst Geoforest Park, a UNESCO World Geopark
- Return transfer from Langkawi International Airport to the hotel
- 3 nights of accommodation in air-conditioned simple hotels along Chenang Street
- Daily breakfast at the hotel
- 4 days of Private air-conditioned vehicle
- Island hopping to 3 famous spots; Tasik Dayang Bunting, Eagle watching and Beras Basah beach
- Local Head of Trip throughout
Arrive Langkawi International Airport at any time and meet up with your local guide.
First we spend some time at the Eagle Square, a significant landmark of Langkawi. Spend the rest of the day around the area shopping duty free goods, like chocolate, clothes and fragrances.
After checking into the hotel, you get to spend the night on your own time. Wander around Chenang Street with the abundance of street food and restaurants for you to try.
Today we are exploring around the island. First stop is the mythical Tasik Dayang Bunting or Pregnant Maiden Lake, shrouded with the tale of the grieving celestial princess who left her child’s body in the lake and returned to her heavenly kingdom. Locals believe that bathing in the lake can promote fertility in women. Myths aside, the fresh water lake is beautiful and taking a dip is a must.
The island is great for bird watching, especially the majestic brown eagle and the white bellied eagle. Admire them gliding and piercing the surface of the water to feed as you sit in the boat and attempt to take pictures of these swift predators. End the island hopping adventure by relaxing on Beras Basah beach.
Back on land, you will have the rest of the day to enjoy yourself.
One of Langkawi’s natural treasures is the Kilim Karst Geoforest Park, dubbed a UNESCO World Geopark status. It’s a nature reserve spanning 100 square kilometer with a great collection of geo-sites. So when you’re on the boat tour, keep your eyes peeled for giant limestone formations, monitor lizards, birds, crocodiles, and many other flora and fauna in its natural habitat. Along the tour, we will make stops to get a closer look at the Gua Kelawar (Bat Cave), Gua Buaya (Crocodile Cave) and fish farm.
You get some free time this evening to wine down from the exploration. It’s your last night on the island, so head out for some fun.
Today, check out and transfer to airport and bid farewell to your local guide.
Terms and Conditions
- Minimum 2 adults
- Bookings need to be made at least 5 working days in advance before the departure date
- For group more than 10, please contact us at [email protected]
- Beach gear; flip-flops, sunglasses, sun hat, swimming attire, goggles, and your sunscreen
- Comfortable shoes
- Torch light for Bat Cave or your may rent at MYR 1 at the entrance
- The currency of Malaysia is called the Malaysian Ringgit.
- There are plenty of banks/ local ATM machines that you can find around the city.
- Most hotels and shops accept credit card; Mastercard and Visa
The weather in Langkawi consistently hot and humid all-year-round with occasional rainfall and cloudy skies.
Langkawi weather is a good balance of sunshine and light rainfall during the month of November to April. Temperatures are fairly consistent during the day, ranging from 30 celcius to 35 celcius while at night between 28 celcius to 29 celcius.
In the month of September to October, Langkawi experiences of heavy rainfall due to monsoon winds. While showers are sometimes accompanied by thunderstorms, the weather in Langkawi is not usually adversely affected due to its geographical position. During the rainy season, visitors still flock to the island to enjoy wide range of activities it has to offer.