Pantai Kok

Introduction

Telaga Harbour

A wonderful and picturesque harbour complex located in Pantai Kok area of Langkawi. Covering up to 27 acres of basin area, this full serviced marina for yachts and sailboats also offers a board walk that has several upscale restaurants and bars. Over here, you will find an array of delicacies ranging from Malaysian, Italian, Spanish and even Korean.

Oriental Village

At the foothills of Mt. Machincang, lies the serene Oriental Village. An array of more than 30 activities & adventures; F&B outlets; souvenirs & retail stores; galleris , a Conservation Park, the Oriental Village offers a quality day-out of fun, adventure, shopping and gastronomic delights at one location!

Within the village, is one of the famous attractions - the Cable Car. Langkawi Sky Cab or better know as Langkawi Cable Car is one of the world’s steepest cable car where you can observe at close range the geoforest formation of the island.

After an exciting and magnificent cable car ride, visitors can go to the 3D Art Museum, known as Art in Paradise, this is the largest 3D art museum in Malaysia located at Oriental Village.

It offers pristine tropical nature, and is the home of the most endangered hornbills with only few hundreds remaining. The mountain is part of the UNESCO World Heritage Geopark as this is also the oldest rock formation ion the whole of South East Asia and was formed some 550 million years ago. The trail may be tough for some but, your rewards are also plenty. From the top, you will clearly see the change in foliage from the dense rainforest to the small trees, bushes towards the top.

Last but not least, the upcoming place of interest at Oriental Village is the Langkawi Conservation Centre featuring zoo and botanical garden elements. This educational and conservation centre aims to improve and create the awareness of endangered animals in Malaysia.

At Oriental Village, visitors will be delighted to enjoy the best coffee on the island at Bolaven Cafes Langkawi.

Telaga Tujuh

Located in the north-western corner of Pulau Langkawi, Telaga Tujuh (Seven Wells) is a geological marvel.

Mysteriously enchanting, remarkable beautiful, the Seven Wells is also home to lavish flora and fauna. Splashing as a cascade onto the granite rocks below, this fresh water stream forms a series of seven natural pools and is hence called "Telaga Tujuh".

The lush green forest that surrounds the waterfall adds a mystical touch to the natural splendour.