Langkawi Malaysia

Malaysian cities: Tours to Langkawi

Go on Tours to Langkawi, an island off west coast of the Malay Peninsula near the Thai border. The island is known for some of the best beaches of Asia, lush rainforests habited by wildlife and mesmerizing natural beauty. The main island of Langkawi along with some 100 small isles is perfect retreat if you are looking for peace and tranquility.

The major tourist attractions to visit on Tours to Langkawi are:

Beaches of Langkawi
When on Tours to Langkawi, one cannot miss on fabulous beaches. The important beaches in Langkawi are Kanjung Rhu, Panti Kok, Pantai Genang, Pantai Tengh, Datai and Burau Bay. These beeches are perfect for sun bathing, relaxing, strolling and indulging in adventurous water sports.

Tasik Dayang Bunting
Tasik Dayang Bunting or the Lake of the Pregnant Maiden is the largest lake in Langkawi. Lying on an island towards south of Pulau Langkawi over a hill, the lake gives an impression of a pregnant lady lying on her back. There is a legend related to the name of the island and the lake about a pretty fairy princess who married a mortal prince. Her first child died soon after the birth whom she buried in the pure water of the lake. Before laving for her heavenly abode, she blessed the lake with a boon that any childless woman will soon conceive after bathing in the water of the lake.

Underwater World Langkawi
Not to be missed on Tours to Langkawi is the Underwater World. On Pantai Cenang, it is a marine showcase where you can spot both fresh water and salt-water fishes and more than 5000 other marine life in more than 100 tanks of different sizes. The giant tank featuring sharks, stingrays, groupers and green turtles is the highlight of the Underwater World, which can be seen from a 15 m long tunnel. You can also witness a range of sea plans and weeds, fossils and shell as well in the Underwater World Langkawi.

Pulau Payar Marine Park
Positioned in the Straits of Melaka in the north surrounded by islands of Pulau Payar, Pulau Lembu, Pulau Segantang and Pulau Kaca is the Pulau Payar Marine Park. The park is known for assortment of marine life and vegetation. Endangered species of fishes and other marine life live within a sanctuary. The Coral Garden is the spot covered with colorful soft corals. You can also take pleasures in making the maximum use of the beaches here for your thrill and excitement. The place is also ideal for water sports like swimming, diving and snorkeling.

Kampung Buku Malaysia
On Tours to Langkawi, do visit the Kampung Buku Malaysia. Part of the International Book Villages and Book Towns Movement, it is the one and only book village in South East Asia. Nestled at the foot of Gunung Raya, the highest peak of the island, it is surrounded by verdant green forest. The book lovers have an absolutely peaceful environment to indulge in book reading, as various houses in this village have a rich collection of new, old and rare books on several topics.

Laman Padi Langkawi
Laman Padi Langkawi is the latest attraction on Tours to Langkawi. Located on Pantai Cenang, it is must for agro-tourism lovers. One can learn the history, heritage and development of the rice-growing industry of Malaysia. At the Rice Museum, you can have a look at various artifacts, charts and photographs about the importance of Padi cultivation to the country. The tourists can also enjoy the bird’s eye view of the farms from top of the roof of the garden.

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  1. Salam Sejahtera

    Perkenankan kami memperkenalkan diri. Kami adalah “Tiang Bendera”, salah satu unit kegiatan mahasiswa di Institut Teknologi Bandung (ITB) di Bandung, Indonesia.

    Kami ingin menginformasikan bahwa kami berencana untuk mengadakan sebuah konferensi pelajar regional dengan nama “First South-East Asia Student Forum on Technology” pada tanggal 12-14 Maret 2007 di kampus ITB. Melalui surat ini, kami mengundang anda sekalian untuk berpartisipasi pada acara ini. kami juga ingin meminta bantuan untuk menyebarkan surat ini pada jaringan pelajar anda. Terima kasih untuk dukungan dan perhatiannya.

    Salam hangat dari Bandung

    Guntur Petrus
    Ketua “Tiang Bendera”

    THE FIRST SOUTH-EAST ASIA STUDENT FORUM ON TECHNOLOGY (BANDUNG, 12th-14th march 2007)

    description :

    THE FIRST SOUTH-EAST ASIA STUDENT FORUM ON TECHNOLOGY is the international student conference which involves students from all over South-east Asia and four obeserver country (INDIA,CHINA,AUSTRALIA,JAPAN).The main theme of the event is “energy for humanity. It planned to be a formal discussion which put Globalization Issues and its impact to Third World Countries as core of discussion with South-East Asia Energy Issues as its point of entry. Beside talking about globalization, it’s also talking about another field that related with this system such as economy, politic, technology and energy which is recently become a trend discussion in some seminar. And on this event we discuss the problem from those perspectives, beside, particularly our intention is to gain knowledge comprehensively as possible.

    In general, on technology session, we discuss about national energy strategy and the importance of local corporations’ involvement in energy sector. On energy issues, we divide the topic based on renewable and nuclear energy and discuss about theutilization and development in south-east Asia.Apart from that, we have a great expectation that this event would not eventually acts merely as a training of young future leader but also exhibit a useful result to the people of South-East Asia particularly as well, the result where student power and capabilities and its limitation role to the community is proportionally reflected.


    the International Student Conference on Technology
    Institut Teknologi Bandung, Indonesia, 12 th -14th march 2007
    Visit http://seasforum.tiangbendera.org

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