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  • Langkawi Mangrove Tour

    With regards to travel & tour packages, please email tour@langkawimangrovetour.com or by phone +6017-567-6065 or whatsapp me at +60135926881 SOFI for any inquiry of tours and recreation activities.

  • Langkawi Mangrove Tour

    With regards to travel & tour packages, please email tour@langkawimangrovetour.com or by phone +6017-567-6065 or whatsapp me at +60135926881 SOFI for any inquiry of tours and recreation activities.

  • Langkawi Mangrove Tour

    With regards to travel & tour packages, please email tour@langkawimangrovetour.com or by phone +6017-567-6065 or whatsapp me at +60135926881 SOFI for any inquiry of tours and recreation activities.

  • Langkawi Mangrove Tour

    With regards to travel & tour packages, please email tour@langkawimangrovetour.com or by phone +6017-567-6065 or whatsapp me at +60135926881 SOFI for any inquiry of tours and recreation activities.

  • Langkawi Mangrove Tour

    With regards to travel & tour packages, please email tour@langkawimangrovetour.com or by phone +6017-567-6065 or whatsapp me at +60135926881 SOFI for any inquiry of tours and recreation activities.

  • Langkawi Mangrove Tour

    With regards to travel & tour packages, please email tour@langkawimangrovetour.com or by phone +6017-567-6065 or whatsapp me at +60135926881 SOFI for any inquiry of tours and recreation activities.

  • Langkawi Mangrove Tour

    With regards to travel & tour packages, please email tour@langkawimangrovetour.com or by phone +6017-567-6065 or whatsapp me at +60135926881 SOFI for any inquiry of tours and recreation activities.

  • Langkawi Mangrove Tour

    With regards to travel & tour packages, please email tour@langkawimangrovetour.com or by phone +6017-567-6065 or whatsapp me at +60135926881 SOFI for any inquiry of tours and recreation activities.

  • Langkawi Mangrove Tour

    With regards to travel & tour packages, please email tour@langkawimangrovetour.com or by phone +6017-567-6065 or whatsapp me at +60135926881 SOFI for any inquiry of tours and recreation activities.

  • Langkawi Mangrove Tour

    With regards to travel & tour packages, please email tour@langkawimangrovetour.com or by phone +6017-567-6065 or whatsapp me at +60135926881 SOFI for any inquiry of tours and recreation activities.

  • Langkawi Mangrove Tour

    With regards to travel & tour packages, please email tour@langkawimangrovetour.com or by phone +6017-567-6065 or whatsapp me at +60135926881 SOFI for any inquiry of tours and recreation activities.

  • Langkawi Mangrove Tour

    With regards to travel & tour packages, please email tour@langkawimangrovetour.com or by phone +6017-567-6065 or whatsapp me at +60135926881 SOFI for any inquiry of tours and recreation activities.

Langkawi Mangrove Tour

Langkawi Mangrove Tour Activities Package

Trek the mangrove forest reserve via boat and learn about its ecology, medicinal plants, migratory birds and role in nursing juvenile marine life. Langkawi's coastal zone are fringed with extensive mangrove forests sprawling over 3200 ha. Mangrove habitats mammals as long tailed macaque, dusky leaf monkey, squirrels and others. Bird such as eagles and herons, reptiles such as lizards, crocodiles and reticulated python and fishes ranging more than 40 species including crab.

Hidden Lake

Bats Cave - Gua kelawar

Visit the Bats Caves (Gua Kelawar) where you will have the chance to experience one of the freakiest experiences of your life! The experience of watching the bats around and close to you, the wind of flying bats, the sound of nervous laughter, bats squeaking and much all make the more intense sense experience you will ever have.You can take the wooden walkway for a 10 minutes’ walk before reaching the cave entrance. Gua Kelawar comprises two cave systems - the smaller western chamber that extends northeast by southwest, has a floor area of approximately 270 square metres and low roof of between one to three metres head clearance. On the walls and roof of the cave you can see embedded very old seashells. This provides proof that the area was originally the sandy bottom of an ancient river that has been shoved upwards by powerful tectonic force millions of years ago. Another reason is that the sea level about 5,000 years ago was two metres higher than today.

 

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Crocodile Cave - Gua Buaya

The Gua Buaya, which means Crocodile Cave, is a unique cave through which the Kilim River actually flows, and is navigable by a small boat at low tide. The name of this cave may either entice or scare off visitors, depending on their attitude to the crocodiles that still exist in the area, although not in so large a number as in the old days. Inside the cave there is an ascending chamber flanked by walls of white limestone with minimal stalactites and stalagmites. Small colonies of bats roost on the lower ceiling. As part of a tour package, a boat journey culminating in a visit to the cave will provide excitement and adventure.

 

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Traditional Fish Farm

As you walk around the fish farm, you will see separate water sections for different species of fish. One such section is for black stingrays that are huge in size. The local guide at the farm hand feeds the stingrays and even turns them over to show you where the mouth is. You will be surprised to see that mouth of the fish is not exactly where you expect it to be. They are tamed and reach no harm. So if you want, you can also easily feed them. The only thing is they look a little scary particularly while splashing their way through. One of my favourite sections at the fish farm is the Archer fishes also known as Shooting Fish. The silver coloured fishes are small (usually 4-6 inches long) with black & dotted body stripes. You will find them in large numbers here. I was told that they have a free way into the enclosure and come directly from the river and go out.

 

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Limestone River Cruise

Keep a watch at the mangrove area and the muddy flats, you will see lots of amazing animal life. Other than squirrels, mud crabs and monkeys, you will also see Monitor Lizards that can easily dive and stay underwater for a long time. The lizards are harmless though. In the waters there are many varieties of fish (some 40 species).

 

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Monkey Feeding

As the boatman brings the boat close to the shore, large number of monkeys appear from nowhere expecting peanuts to be thrown to them. The guide actually carries a bag full of peanuts and hands it over to the passengers to feed the monkeys. Don't be surprised if some of the monkeys come on board the boat in excitement. They reach no harm though.

 

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Eagle Feeding

Watch Brahminy Kite Eagle and White Belly Sea Eagle in action trying to outwit each other during the "Eagle Feeding" . Eagle-Feeding is one of the must-do things in Langkawi. It will be your best magical moment, ever! Where else on earth that you can cast your magic and summon the wild eagles to you? The boatman stops the engine and the guide throws some chicken skin pieces into the water. In no time the eagles start swooping in from the sky, grab the food and take off.

 

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Floating Restaurant

Floating Restaurant
It's a floating restaurant and you get lovely view of surrounding water and landscapes as you dine. The simple lunch which comes as part of the tour package usually includes fried rice, fried chicken and salad, vegetable soup, cut fruit.

 

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Swimming at Private Beach

Depending on your tour itinerary, the operator may then take you to the lovely Pantai Pasir Panjang beach full of soft white sands. This is where you will spend some 1 hour time swimming (if you so like).

 

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Cave of Legend

Another fascinating limestone cave you would like to explore is Gua Cerita-the cave of legends, well-known for its archaeological discovery. It consists of two limestone caves on top of one another, both facing the sea. It is said to be associated with various mystical legends and stories. The most famous of all is the story of Battle of the Big Birds. It is believed that the prince of Rome kidnapped the Chinese princess in order to marry her and kept her in this cave as a prisoner. You can see the ancient Arabic inscriptions on the walls of the cave theoretically dated from 1754 during the empire of Sultan Mohamed Jiwa II of Kedah. It is also linked with a story of a giantess named Gadembai who had deadly supernatural powers of changing anyone into an ox. She turned the inhabitants of this cave into stones because she wanted to live in this cave.

 

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Fossil Island

Fossil Island, also known as Pulau Anak Tikus (Pulau in Malay means island). The boat is tied to a small jetty built to access the tiny island. After you climb up the narrow stairs, the guide will show you several fossils on the rocks some of which are 480 million years old. You will walk on a narrow concrete footbridge that takes you to the other side of the island where there is another staircase to get down to the water. The boat meanwhile circles around and moors at this end of the island. This is where we spotted a white bellied sea eagle flying at a distance over the water.

 

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Hidden Lake

Hidden Lagoon or Gua Langsir. The boat is secured to a small platform and you will hop out to a staircase that leads to a footbridge. After climbing down several steep steps, you will reach the lower level where the footbridge extends to a beautiful lake. The cave here is hidden by the mangrove roots and therefore called the hidden lake. This is where you will also see the some mangroves that are more than 100 years old, and the highest limestone cliffs of Langkawi that are some 500 million years old.

 

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