The largest in a cluster of mostly uninhabited islands located at the tip of peninsula Malaysia, Langkawi combines rugged beauty with modern comforts. With its beautiful sweeping coastline, sandy bays, inviting warm water and tropical vegetation, it's no wonder why the island is renowned for some of Malaysia's finest beaches among locals and sun-loving tourists from across the globe.
Over 100 islands make up an archipelago where the largest island of Langkawi boasts an ever-increasing array of hotels, restaurants and nightlife options. What brought the first holidaymakers here (the starched white beaches, swaying palms and balmy waters) are still the impressive main attractions. The most popular time to visit is in the dry season from November to March, but even during the wet season thunderstorms quickly clear and holidaymakers are soon back on the sands waiting with a cooling sundowner for one of the epic local sunsets.
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You will be in for a unique experience as you set out in the morning to be the Indiana Jones of the East. The mangrove adventure, cave exploring, eagle watching, and a delicious lunch will most definitely appease all your senses. This is an adventurous tour requiring climbing of steep stairs and uneven paths, so a pair of good walking shoes is recommended. A pair of binoculars will prove rewarding. Take a walk on the platforms and see the variety of fish that are separated by net cages. Get a close-up shot of the many eagles as they zoom down with accuracy to their feed. See the vampire bats having their siesta as hundreds of them cling upside down from the ceiling of the cave formed millions of years ago. For nature lovers, the formation of stalagmite and stalactite including the rock formation would serve as an interesting subject.
Machinchang Mountain is located on the northwest coast of Langkawi island. The cable car ride will bring you all the way up to about 708 meters above sea level. This journey covers a total distance of 2.2 km linking the Base Station at the foothill of Machinchang Mountain to Top Station at the mountain summit. This tour will also include an additional visit to the 3D Art Museum, the largest 3D interactive museum in Malaysia, located in Oriental Village at the base of Machinchang Mountain.
All the tours will start with a meet and greet by Jetski personnel at the arrival point and proceed to the Operations Beach Cabin located at Pantai Cenang, for the pre tour preparations. A safety briefing and jet ski operating procedure training will be provided by your assigned jet ski instructor guides. During this time, you will be required to pay careful attention to all instructions and safety procedures as Mega Water Sports adheres to strict safety rules. Participants will be assigned to their respective SeaDoo jet ski, assisted by the Water Attendants; follow their cue, before you proceed to gather with your group and your JetSki Instructor Guide.
Be an adventurous foodie! Seeking local Langkawi delights while you thrill yourself on a jet ski experience. Heading towards Matchinchang Geoforest Park, we will pass by the sights of small islands, local villages, local fisherman ports, boat marinas, hotels and resorts by the sea. Pantai Kok is a famous beach spot where the locals go in the evenings, sit by the local stall under the coconut trees and have their favourite local tea time snacks, such as laksa, pasembur, mee rebus, rojak buah and a coconut. Here we will also savour some of these delicacies.
Your tour guide will not only take care of your safety but they will provide commentaries of nature aspects, architectural and interesting legendary storytelling.