Idyllic Langkawi Island puts Kedah on the holiday map of the world with its rich mangrove forests, craggy limestone hills and age-old legends.
This special article was written by Douglas Chew, Tourism Malaysia, published on Singapore Straits Times, 6 Sep 2011. It is about Malaysia, Langkawi. I find it interesting, full of information and knowledge about Langkawi and would like to share this article with the world.
Many visitors to Langkawi are contented to laze on pristine beaches, swim in the turquoise sea, get a massage or enjoy spa treatment. But the archipelago of 99 islands, also known as the Jewel of Kedah, has more to offer besides the sun, sand and sea. It has some of the world’s most preserved rainforests and stunning limestone formations.