Langkawi means “brown-reddish eagle” and that’s the name of the archipelago of 99 items located in the Malaysian West coast close to the Thai border. The region is getting famous among the Malaysian natural spots and it’s already served by AirAsia’s budget flights. Among its major attractions it’s the aquarium in which we faced lines to get in and the cable car that goes to the top of the mountains but is constantly closing due to the winds. Moreover, an unforgetable tour would be going to Kilim Karts Geoforest Park and see the eagles trying to catch fish in the river. These so incredible and noble animals can find there a place to live and rest protected of the human aggression.
Author João Paulo Biscaro