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A bit about Langkawi
Known as the Jewel of Kedah, Langkawi sits as an archipelago of 104 islands in the Andaman sea, just off the coast of north-western Malaysia. Recognised as a sight of unique geological heritage by UNESCO, it is the perfect place to adventure through overgrown jungle, clear waters and pristine untouched beaches. Make sure to check out Panorama Langkawi and its SkyCab cable car as it climbs on a vertigo-inducing, 20-minute trip to the top of the majestic Gunung Machinchang, with breath-taking views along the way. At the top, there is the opportunity to walk the SkyBridge, a single-span suspension bridge 100 metres above the centuries old jungle. Explore the tallest mountain on Langkawi island as you voyage through jungle terrain to a peak with spectacular views across the island and a quaint teahouse to relax in as you take in the view. Langkawi’s Datai Bay is the best place in the world to spot the fascinating Colugo, also known as the cloaked monkey and the area is host to five species of flying creatures including flying squirrels, flying foxes, flying snakes, flying dragons and flying lemurs. For nature enthusiasts, there is no better place to explore the wonders of the natural world.