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Langkawi Wildlife Park

Moving up the north coast, you will be see Langkawi Wildlife Park. It is a fully covered parl where you can hand feed many animals and birds in their natural habitats. Enjoy the fascinating world of birds and nature as you stroll through the tropical gardens.

Watch in amazement as hundreds of the rarest and most beautify birds surround you as you capture wonderful photos of them.

Craft Cultural Complex

The Craft Cultural Complex is located on the northern coastline of Langkawi Island in the vicinity of Teluk Yu, about 30 minutes' drive from the airport or 45 minutes from Kuah town.

Nestled on a hillside overlooking the sea, this complex offers a wide range of Malaysian handicraft such as hand drawn batik, songket, embroidery, beads, metalware and silverware, all expressing high quality and great craftsmanship.

The Air Hangat Village

Yes! There is hot springs in Langkawi. Dip in and rejuvenate in a modern complex decked with an impressive three-tier fountain. As the legend goes, two feuding families fought to keep their romantically involved son and daughter apart. On that fateful night, the two families hurled not just insults but jugs of gravy and hot water at each other. Suddenly, lighting bolts pierced the skies and the moment was forever frozen as the heads of both families were transformed into two peaks.

Galeria Perdana

The Galeria Perdana at Kilim, about 11 km from Kuah, houses an impressive collection of over 2,500 state gifts and awards presented to the Prime Minister of Malaysia, YAB Dato' Seri Dr. Mahathir Mohamad and his wife, YAB. Datin Seri Dr. Siti Hasmah bt. Mohd. Ali.

The exhibits include fine crystal ware and gifts fashioned out of wood, leather, silver, copper, pewter, ceramics and glass. There are also musical instruments Islamic arts and crafts, and weapons. A part of the display includes various proto-type cars and 4-wheel drive vehicles.