• Experience the spectacular glass floor on the topmost level of the Maha Tower. This innovative structure allows you to “walk on air” as it gives visitors a stunning view of the Langkawi archipelago – right under your feet. The tower’s unique tilted viewing window also allows visitors to “hover” over the panoramic views of the bustling crowds dotted around the esplanade, coupled with the magical sparkle of the vast Andaman Sea.
    Island Beaches
    Langkawi
    Tower
    Sunset
  • Experience the spectacular glass floor on the topmost level of the Maha Tower. This innovative structure allows you to “walk on air” as it gives visitors a stunning view of the Langkawi archipelago – right under your feet. The tower’s unique tilted viewing window also allows visitors to “hover” over the panoramic views of the bustling crowds dotted around the esplanade, coupled with the magical sparkle of the vast Andaman Sea.
    Langkawi
    Island Beaches
    Tower
    Sea
  • Experience the spectacular glass floor on the topmost level of the Maha Tower. This innovative structure allows you to “walk on air” as it gives visitors a stunning view of the Langkawi archipelago – right under your feet. The tower’s unique tilted viewing window also allows visitors to “hover” over the panoramic views of the bustling crowds dotted around the esplanade, coupled with the magical sparkle of the vast Andaman Sea.
    Langkawi
    Tower
    Island Beaches
    Sea
  • Malaysian durians, like Musang King, are known for their creamy texture and blend of sweet and bitter flavours. They have deep yellow flesh.Durians are planted on a large scale in Penang state and also in Pahang and are one of the most valuable crops for Malaysia. Starting in June to July and lasting until September, truckloads of durian can be seen all over Malaysia, originating from places like Johor and Pahang.
    Durian
    Fruits
    Agro
    Farm
  • Silat is the collective term for a class of indigenous martial arts from the Nusantara and surrounding geocultural areas of Southeast Asia. It is traditionally practised in Brunei, Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore, Southern Thailand, Southern Philippines and Southern Vietnam.[1] There are hundreds of different styles (aliran) and schools (perguruan) which tend to focus either on strikes, joint manipulation, weaponry, or some combination thereof.
    Culture
    Heritage
    Kedah
    Silat
  • The icon of Langkawi, Eagle Square or locally known as Dataran Lang is the home for Langkawi’s giant statue of an eagle which according to old folklore where Langkawi get its name from : The two Malay words – ‘helang’ (eagle) and ‘kawi’ (reddish brown): hence lang-kawi.
    Kedah
    Landmark
    Langkawi
    Monument
    Dataran Lang
  • Located in Pantai Tengah, Hidden Langkawi is a Restaurant and Bar overlooking the gorgeous sea view.
    Island Beaches
    Langkawi
    Restaurant
  • George Town, Penang is a cultural mashup like no other, with its striking Peranakan architecture, diverse cuisine and famous Penang Street Art representing a unique mix of Malay, Indian and Chinese heritage. The island of Penang, off the west coast of Malaysia, was also a British colony and signs of its colonial past are evident.
    Arts
    Cultural
    Heritage
    Pulau Pinang
    Penang
  • Head out on this 1.4-km out-and-back trail near Langkawi, Kedah. Generally considered an easy route, it takes an average of 19 min to complete. This trail is great for running and walking, and it's unlikely you'll encounter many other people while exploring. The trail is open year-round and is beautiful to visit anytime.
    siau chi yong
    Island Beaches
    Langkawi
    Lighthouse
    Sunset
  • Pantai Kok beach is one of the most picturesque and secluded beaches in Langkawi. Located approx 25 kilometres away from Kuah Town, this beach is renowned for its crystal blue waters, serene ambience, and shallow coastline that is ideal for swimming.
    siau chi yong
    Island Beaches
    Kedah
    Langkawi
    Sunset
  • Close to Kuala Sepetang (formerly known as Port Weld, site of Malaya’s first railway) is the Matang Mangrove Forest, the largest example in West Malaysia, covering some 40,000 hectares. Divided by seven major estuaries and with five small fishing villages inside it, it was designated as a Permanent Forest Reserve in 1906. Intensively managed by the Forestry Department with a 30-year rotation cycle it produces trees for charcoal and construction poles without reducing its effectiveness as a home for wildlife and a natural barrier for the coast, while providing a variety of employment for local people.
    Fishing
    Flora Fauna
    Mangrove
    Nature
    Perak
    Village
  • The top of Penang Hill is one of the best view of Penang
    City
    Pulau Pinang
  • Wang Kelian View Points, a popular spot offering panoramic view from the height of 304 metres
    Perlis
    Scenery
    Sunrise
  • Tasik Raban or also known as Dataran Tasik Raban, located in the small town of Raban, near the town of Sauk, about 34 kilometers from Kuala Kangsar. Lenggong is about 45 kilometers from Kuala Kangsar while from Lenggong to Gerik is 53 kilometers.
    MASIRI
    Lake
    Nature
    Perak
  • The Taiping Lake Gardens (Malay: Taman Tasik Taiping) is the first public garden established during the British rule in Malaysia. The garden is located near Bukit Larut, and is equidistant to the town centre and the Taiping Zoo.
    Destination
    Lake
    Perak
    Scenery
  • Belum-Temengor is the largest continuous forest complex in Peninsular Malaysia. Specifically, it is located in the Malaysian state of Perak and crosses into Southern Thailand. Belum-Temenggor is divided into two sections.
    MASIRI
    Lake
    Nature
    Perak
    Royal Belum
  • Although there are many beautiful and fascinating areas, such as Tasik Gubir (Lake Gubir) in Sik, not much research has been done to make the area a popular tourist attraction. This makes Tasik Gubir less popular and rarely visited by tourists, especially from outside of Kedah
    Abu Bakar Zuraimi
    Kedah
    Lake
    Nature
    Sunset
  • Drone view of paddy field at Baling
    Aerial View
    Drone View
    Kedah
    Nature
    Paddy Field
  • Arts
    Bunga
    Flora
  • The Tanjung Tualang tin dredge, also popularly referred to as TT5, is an old dredge that went out of use as the tin industry faded away in the 1980s, with tin giving way mainly to aluminium. Nostalgia and a keen interest in preserving this machinery, led to its refurbishment, so as to give the populace a chance to see how it worked and how it helped the tin mining industry. It is now located on the 9th Km, Jln Tanjung Tualang, 31000 Batu Gajah.
    Fauna
    History
    Lake
    Perak
  • Historical
    History
    Perak
    Teluk Intan
    Tower
  • A boy with traditonal fish trap (also called a serkap ikan) made from bamboo
    Cultural
    Kedah
    Paddy
    Villages
  • A charcoal factory where you can learn about how charcoal is made traditionally. The free guided tour provides good information on how the process takes place and where the wood comes from.
    Charcoal Industry
    Kuala Sepetang
    Mangrove
    Perak
  • Ethnic
    Forest
    Nature
    Perak
  • Sunrise at Bukit Kalong Kodiang
    Hill
    Kedah
    Paddy Fields
    Scenery
    Sunrise