Horse Riding Sailing
Jungle Trekking Canopy Trekking
Kilim River & Eagle Feeding
Other than sightseeing, there are
other things to do / activities to look into whilst in Langkawi. The
location is perfection if you are looking to relax or whether you want to go
out and do things.
Once a place of impenetrable jungle, Pulau Langkawi rugged mountains are slowly
being opened up by growing network of carefully carved horse trails that
allows visitors to trot, through some of Langkawi's superb jungle
Everything from pony rides, horse familiarisation courses and beach rides to
five hour jungle rides through the lovely forest at the foot of the
spectacular 708 metres Gunung Mat Cincang. Great for families and nature
lovers, the jungle rides offer an opportunity to showcase Langkawi's best
assets - it's remarkable and unspoilt scenery.
Location: Burau Bay
The Langkawi group, with its 104 islands offers great sailing. Take a cruise
on a yacht to enjoy a different perspective enjoy a fun-filled and exciting
cruise with activities that suits the occasion.
This is now easily affordable and offers a unique opportunity to experience the thrill of sailing,
the peace and
serenity of traditionally traversing the Andaman sea.
Evening cruise lasting about 3 hours is available with a 19 dish BBQ dinner and salad bar or Canapιs on board and an open bar. Also available is a whole day or a few days sailing experience.
Get away from ordinary life and to enjoy the pristine islands & beaches of Langkawi. Integrating into nature, explore the lush forests and wild life and enjoy lazing in deserted beaches all to yourself
Romp in the rainforest. You can opt for a relaxing walk with a naturalist,
or a more strenuous guided jungle trek up a mountain stream, under a 60m
forest canopy, ending with a dip in a waterfall basin right at the heart of
The Langkawi Island became home to one of only two rainforest canopy
trails in the world. The other one is in Costa Rica.
This activity has been described as air trekking, aerial canopy discovery
and canopy adventure. It involves abseiling, rappelling, climbing, jungle
trekking, and being suspended 30m (98ft) above the rainforest floor and
gliding high above ground on a cable system with safety and brake hand
rails, platforms and a postman's bridge.
are two adventure trails available. The first involves air trekking between
three platforms, crossing the postman's bridge which spans 10m (32ft) across
an abyss, and abseiling 20m(65ft) down a huge boulder. Starting at the base
of Gunung Raya you will proceed a one-kilometre hike up the mountain. Then
following a trek through the jungle which will bring to base camp where the
equipment is stored and where while being geared up, briefing is given on
the trek and also on all the safety devices, equipment and harnesses used.
Covering the entire trekking system including the last run of 120m (394ft),
and what has been called the "leap of faith" into a towering tree and seeing
the forest from up there while gliding is an awesome experience. After this
leap, there are no more exits and turning back and you would have to abseil
from the 30m (98ft) tall tree.
Kilim River & Eagle Feeding
Here you will also get to see ecological sites like limestone caves and a
fresh water lake along what is known as the Mangrove trail. Brown eagles,
water lizards and curious monkeys are just some of the wildlife you are sure
to encounter on any given day. Hand feeding brown eagles with chicken skins
is an experience that will put you right in centre of your own wildlife
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