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Bangalore Airport:
Bangaluru International airport
Malaysia Embassy:
Immigration Attache Office of Malaysia
No. 101-103-A, Cear's Plaza,
136, Residency Road ,
Banglore - 560025
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Langkawi is a group of 99 islands in the Andaman Ocean, situated to the south of Thailand, 30 kilometers off the mainland coast of Malaysia. These islands from a part of Malaysia's Kedah state. The name of the island has two possible origins. First, it is believed to be related to the kingdom of Langkasuka. Second, it could be a combination of the Malay words 'helang', meaning eagle and 'kawi' meaning reddish brown or strong; kept after the Eagle Square. Here, we will help you explore the popular tourist attractions of Langkawi.

Langkawi Attractions

Telaga Tujuh Waterfalls (Seven Wells)
This waterfall is named after the seven natural pools along its path. There is a belief that fairies used to come down to the pools to bathe and indulge in frolic. There are two viewing points here - the lower area is at the base and the higher area is where the seven pools are. Jalan Datai (Crocodile Adventure Land) There are over 1,000 crocodiles and alligators on display here. There are boxing matches held between these reptiles and man. Visitors can also take a ride in a rickshaw drawn by a crocodile. Gunung Raya This is the tallest mountain in Langkawi, at the height of 881 meters. There is a spectacular view from its summit, at which there is a teahouse.

Eagle Square
This square features a giant eagle and is beautifully ornamented with scenic ponds, wide bridges and covered terraces. Late evening is the perfect time in which to revel in its beauty.

Summer Palace
The Summer Palace is a hifalutin building in lagkawi, sticking out of the water. It was initially built for the set of the movie 'Anna and the King', but has now been turned into a museum related to movie art.