5. Langkawi: Private Tour with Sky Bridge and Cable Car
Be collected from your accommodation and meet your English-speaking driver as your board your private air-conditioned vehicle. Head to Eagle Square, one of the most famous landmarks in Langkawi. The 12-meter tall statue of a flying Eagle greets visitors who arrive on the island by ferry. The reddish-brown eagle at Dataran Lang was built as an emblem for the island. Follow your tour guide and visit Mahsuri Tomb. Listen to the tale of a young beautiful girl who was killed by villagers about 200 years ago because of her jealous mother in law, who created a false story about adultery. As a result, the village was cursed for 7 generations.
Your next visit will be to Kuah Town, which is the best place for duty-free shopping, especially for liquor products. Then, visit the Art and Craft Center to admire the showcase of Malaysian cultural. Explore the Perdana Gallery, which is actually a museum with a rare collection of artwork. There are also craft exhibits that reflect the rich history of Malaysian culture and history. The museum was created to showcase all of the gifts, souvenirs, and awards received by the fourth and the longest serving Prime Minister of Malaysia, Tun Dr. Mahathir bin Mohamad (who was fondly known as Dr. M) and his wife Tun Dr. Siti Hasmah bt. Mohd. Ali.
An amazing not to be missed attraction in Langkawi is the cable car, which is included in this tour. At 709 meters above sea level, the cable car ride takes you up to Langkawi's second highest peak. During the 20-minute ride, you will pass over jungle waterfalls and a thick carpet of virgin rainforest. On a clear day, you can see parts of Thailand towards the north and Indonesia towards the south-west. Langkawi Underwater World is another interesting place to interact with a lot of interesting animals, birds, and reptiles. At the end of your day, you will be returned to your accommodation.