Cable Car

Since its opening in 2005, the Langkawi Cable Car has become one of the main attractions of the island. The cable cars will take the visitors up to Machincang Mountain at the height of 708 meters, where they can enjoy the breathtaking panoramic view of the whole island and the sea. If they skies are clear, they will also be able to see the surrounding islands of Southern Thailand.

 Langkawi Cable Car is located in the Oriental Village, the shopping and entertainment center in the southwest part of Langkawi. This place offers elephant rides, countless cafés, and souvenir shops. You can indulge in these attractions or simply go on a stroll around the beautiful ponds with carps and cozy buildings designed with traditional Malay architecture.

 The Cable Car system consists of 3 stations: Base, Middle and Top. Your journey will start from the Base Station where a cable car will slowly take you up above the jungles, giving you a wonderful view of Telaga Tujuh – one of the most beautiful waterfalls in Langkawi. If you’re lucky, you will also see eagles, hornbills and other tropical birds.


At 650 meters above sea level, you’ll reach the Middle Station. You can make a stop and walk to the viewing deck to enjoy the view and take photos. Once you head back and board the cable car, another 450 meters up will bring you to the Top Station. There are jungle tracks that will take you back to the Middle Station and to the “Seven Wells” waterfall (Air Terjun Telaga Tujuh). The temperature up there is 5 degrees less that at the foot of the mountain. 

 Working hours: from 10.00am till 6.00pm (Monday-Thursday), from 12.00pm till 6.00pm (Wednesday), from 9.30am till 7.00pm (Friday-Sunday, public holidays).

Address: Oriental Village 


Occupying 23,000 square meters, the park features more than 150 species of birds from all over the world: Southeast Asia, South America, Africa, Oceania, Australia, Russia and China. The park is covered with a roof, so a bad weather will not stop you from visiting this beautiful place. You will also see some animals, and will be given a chance to feed them.

Address: along Jalan Ayer Hangat, a 10-minute drive from Kuah

Working hours: from 8.30am till 7.30pm (daily)



It is one of the biggest crocodile farms in the world, with over 1,000 species of crocodiles and alligators. Don’t miss the daily shows where the farm’s staff will show you dangerous and risky stunts with these big and toothy creatures. Among other programs is the thrilling wrestling match - man vs. crocodile! You can also watch them being fed in a pond and learn more about the world’s biggest reptiles in the exhibition hall.

Address: Teluk Datai, about 30 km from Kuah

Working hours: from 9.00am till 6.00pm (daily)



It is one of the biggest aquaria in Southeast Asia, featuring over 4,000 species of fish and 500 species of animals and birds. It has an underwater tunnel, where you can enjoy a ride surrounded by sharks, morays and big ocean fishes. Other aquariums have jellyfishes, sea horses, and coral fishes. There is a special zone that houses a few species of penguins – you can observe them closely while they’re in their natural habitat. Other zones feature inhabitants of the Amazon: arowanas, anacondas, and gourami. You will also be able to see mandarin ducks, flamingos, and swans. To learn more about the life of water creatures, visit the 3D cinema hall showing documentaries about the ocean’s flora and fauna.

Address: Pantai Cenang, Lot FF8, Jalan Persiaran Putra

Working hours: from 10.00am till 6.00pm (daily)

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This snake sanctuary houses many different species - from King Cobras to Pythons. 

Address: Lot FF8, Jalan Persiaran Putra, not far from the airport

Working hours: from 10.00am till 5.00pm (Monday-Thursday), from 10.00am till 7.00pm (Friday-Sunday) 

This waterfall is located in the jungle, north-western part of the island. It is named “Seven Wells” because the waterfall’s flows cascade in seven streams, creating seven natural pools. It is a very picturesque attraction in Langkawi. The legend says that this waterfall is the place where Heaven Fairies would go down to swim and play. 

Note: you can reach the waterfall by walking along a jungle track from the Top Station of the Cable Car.




The mangrove forest is Langkawi Island’s natural ecosystem that acts as natural shield from storms and strong winds. It is one of the reasons why the Langkawi Island suffered little damage during the tsunami in December 2004. This forest occupies more than 1,000 ha of the island. Embassy Alliance Travel recommends purchasing a Mangrove Tour which will also bring you to the fish farm and includes a scrumptious seafood lunch.

Visitors enjoy the Mangrove Tour, as they get a chance to observe the inhabitants of the forest - birds, monkeys, and lizards.


(Pulau Dayang Bunting, Pulau Beras Basah and Pulau Singa Besar)

Langkawi is surrounded by numerous small islands.

The well-known legendary Pregnant Maiden Island (Pulau Dayang Bunting) derived its name from its shape - it resembles a lying pregnant lady. According to a legend, people believe that the freshwater lake nestled in the middle of the island can endow fertility to women.

The Wet Rice Island (Pulau Beras Basah) is famous for its white sandy beach and clear waters – a perfect place to relax and go for swim.

The Big Lion Island (Pulau Singa Besar) is a small nature resort featuring many different flora and fauna species. You can go on a stroll along the island and swim in its clear blue waters.

As a tour operator in Malaysia and Singapore, Embassy Alliance Travel recommends purchasing an Island Hopping Tour, which will bring you to the famous islands mentioned above.

This snake sanctuary houses many different species - from King Cobras to Pythons. 

Address: Lot FF8, Jalan Persiaran Putra, not far from the airport

Working hours: from 10.00am till 5.00pm (Monday-Thursday), from 10.00am till 7.00pm (Friday-Sunday) 



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