According to local legend, the first syllable Lang in Langkawi originates from the Helang in Malay, meaning the eagle, while Kawi describes it as reddish brown. The most apt descriptor of Langkawi should be “an eagle flying high”, it definitely exceeded your holiday expectations. This is a great place to relax and admire the beauty of nature. It has 104 islands, visitors can travel around the island, diving and fishing. Visitors can also visit Langkawi Corals at Payar Island Marine Park, Malaysia’s first and only marine park with a coral platform. Friends who like history will be drawn to the folklore story of this legendary island, from the mausoleum of Princess Mahsuri to the story behind the burnt rice field.
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