Pulau Payar Marine Park :
An outstanding and exotic marine park in Malaysia, the Pulau Payar Marine Park is filled with plentiful and colorful tropical marine life. It is an excellent spot of scuba diving and snorkeling. Pulau Payar lies just 30 km south-east of Langkawi. The pleasing white beaches are the ideal halt for those who want to flee from the tribulations of city life. Besides diving, swimming in clear warm seas and sun-bathing on the glittery white sand is a most enjoyable time pass of Pulau Payar Marine Park.
Ulu Muda Forest Reserve :
Filled with over 100 species of mammals and over 50 reptilian species the Ulu Muda Forest Reserve is the most eminent travelers’ destination of Langkawi. One of the richest in Malaysia the Ulu Muda Forest Reserve is rich in some unique wildlives. Here the visitors are tempted by the adventure through the jungles of Ulu Muda as overnight camps, treks or wildlife spotting.
Tree Top Walk :
The 950m-extended Tree Top Walk is the longest canopy walk in the world. Located within the low land of dipterocarp compartment 15 of Gunung Inas Forest Reserve Tree Top Walk is the prime means of fascination of Langkawi. Travelers from all round the globe will come here for enjoying its fabulous sight of rushing streams and the imposing flora and fauna from 50m high. The amazing sight through the jungle canopy is the main sketch for visitors from everywhere to this calm, all-natural corner of Kedah.
Pekan Rabu :
Pekan Rabu is popular for organizing several commercial activities ranging from local products to international commence. Malay customary foods in Kedah as serunding, dodol and kuah rojak or garam belacan are very popular items of the place. Pekan Rabu is a well known place among the local population and tourists from outside Kedah. Now the shops remain open on everyday except Wednesday only. Opening hours are from 8.00 am to 9.00 pm daily and stores remain open even on public holidays and festivals.
Ulu Legong Hot Spring :
Placed at a distance of 22 km from Baling Ulu Legong Hot Spring is a nice hot dip when the temperature declines at night. It’s a major tourist attraction of Langkawi as well as in Malaysia for relaxation and pleasure. Ulu Legong Hot Spring is extremely liked place where people come with ailments and skin problems to seek therapeutic treatment by immersing themselves in the five hot spring pools. High sulphur content in the water rises the temperature of Ulu Legong Hot Spring from 30 °C to 60°C.
Pulau Beras Basah :
It is an excellent way to explore the island Langkawi. Pulau Singa Besar and Pulau Dayang Bunting are known for "island hopping" boat tour. Langkawi islands are well-known for its lush vegetation, enthralling waterfalls, dazzling stalactites and stalagmites, limestone outcrops and mysterious caves and thus a chief attraction for worldwide tourist.