"Your day will begin with a pickup from your hotel lobby. From there you will be taken to Kilim jetty for a boat ride to the bat cave.After that you will proceed to the fish farm and enjoy the opportunity to watch a fish feeding show. After this your kayaking adventure will begin. You will observe many exotic plants and animal species that have adapted ingenious ways to thrive in a habitat dictat kingfishers herons mudskippers fiddler crabs and monitor lizards. You will also go to the bat cave to observe the insect-eating bat that residing in it.After about an hour and a half of this truly informative kayaking adventure you will return to the fish farm for a delicious ""
"Your 4 hours journey takes you on a voyage of exploration through the mangroves of Langkawi to discover exotic plants and animal species. Many of them survive by ingenious methods in a dynamic environment of constant change dictated by the rise and fall of the tides.Following a short drive to the jetty get on board a boat and explore the mangrove forests and ancient limestone outcrops of the northeast of the island.Mangrove forests play an essential part in maintaining the ecological balance of the world. They influence the climate provide shelter and act as major nurseries for fish and shrimps.As you drift through the mangroves look out for the bizarre land walking fishes. Watch out too for bright flashing kingfishers
"Cameron Highlands was named after the discoverer William Cameron in 1885 a British government Surveyor who came across ""A fine plateau with gentle slopes"" while he was researching through dense jungle on a mapping expedition. Creating a hill station in the area was first voiced in 1888 by Sir Hugh Low a Perak resident who propose the idea it might be a suitable place for a retreat and farmland. Cameron Highlands was a heaven for the British who were stationed in Malaya as it provided relief from the hot and humid tropical climate of the lowlands. enjoys a cool climate with temperatures rarely higher than 25°C and low than 10 °C. In 1929
Dining in restaurants? No way! Try out these rice, which can be found in most malay stalls - Nasi Dagang, Nasi Briyani and Nasi Kerabu - all cooked with different spices that give different color in...