Have you ever visited Langkawi. a little duty free island in Kedah, Malaysia, north of the Malaccan Straits, south of the Andaman Sea and close to the Malaysian-Thai border? If you haven’t, then this book is going to entice you. Why? Because Langkawi is not only a perfect tropical holiday location, it is unique. It has the only UNESCO Geopark in Southeast Asia, with forest that are millions of years old still inhabited by pre-historic flora and fauna. It boasts a crocodile park and 3-D Museum that is one of the largest in the world. Some of Asia’s best golf courses are there. The longest suspension bridge and the longest and steepest cable car ride in the world are there to thrill you! Still not convinced? Stretches of white sandy beaches and crystal blue waters that are home to hundreds of fish species and unique marine life such as the elusive manta ray. So what are you waiting for? Read on and Jom Langkawi – Let’s go!
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Jom Langkawi: A Travel GuideJourneys, Visual Arts
Zinitulniza Abdul Kadir
Softcover, 23.5 cm x 18.6 cm, 129 Pages
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