About Langkawi in Malaysia
Langkawi, part of which located just off the coast of Kedah in the Andaman Sea, is made up of a group of 99 tropical islands. The islands are a part of Malaysia's Kedah state.
Pulau Langkawi is the largest island of Langkawi. Langkawi is one of the most beautiful groups of unspoiled tropical islands in Asia. Langkawi has a tropical Monsoon climate, making it one of the most popular holiday resorts in Southeast Asia.
Langkawi is renowned for its sunny weather, nature beauty and stunning sandy beaches. Langkawi has numerous attractions to offer visitors. The Eagle Square, on which sits a magnificent statue of the reddish brown eagle, is one of Langkawi's famous landmarks.
The mountain of Gunung Raya is the highest mountain of Langkawi, at about 893 meters. Other main attractions include Telaga Tujuh Waterfalls, Mahsuri's Tomb, Craft Cultural Complex, Air Hangat Village, Rice Museum, Rice Museum, Laman Padi Museum, Ibrahim Hussein Museum, Padang Masirat, Tanjung Rhu, Pulau Rebak Besar, Pulau Payar Marine Park, Underwater World and Lagenda Park, as well as Telagah Tujuh.