Stop by Perdana Gallery showcasing souvenirs from Malaysia’s 4th Prime Minister Tun Dr. Mahathir and then enjoy new experiences at Langkawi Bird Paradise followed by a trip to Ayer Hangat Village. Lastly, see the Black Sand Beach before your tour ends.
What to Expect
Begin your tour with a visit to Perdana Gallery, a museum created to showcase all the gifts, souvenirs, and awards received by the 4th and the longest serving Prime Minister of Malaysia, Tun Dr. Mahathir bin Mohamad and his wife Tun Dr. Siti Hasmah bt. Mohd.
Then, enjoy new experiences at Langkawi Bird Paradise and have some amazing fun through close interactions with the animals. Sense the animals by touching them, feeding them, and having up-close interactions with unique species.
Afterwards, head to Air Hangat (also spelled as Ayer Hangat) Village, a modern cultural complex located 14 kilometers north of Kuah Town. The center of the attraction here is the three-tiered hot water spring wells. Most interestingly, it is a natural saltwater hot spring which is rare and can only be found in three other countries in the world while freshwater hot springs are common and can be seen in several places.
Pantai Pasir Hitam, also known as the Black Sand Beach, is a peaceful small stretch of beach stained with black sand- the result of the mineral contents in the sand such as iron oxide. It is not covered overall with black sand but in shades of white and black sand. During the wet season, it is blackens as the mineral deposits persistently wash up on the shore. At the end of your tour, you will also visit a local product outlet.
- English-/ Mandarin-speaking driver
- Entrance fee
- Tour guide
What's Not Included
- Personal expenses
- Travel insurance
- Food and drink
Cancel up to 1 day in advance for a full refund
Know Before You Go
• Child rates from 3 to 11-years-old
• Adult rate from 12-years-old
• It is summer all year round and humid so lightweight clothing in natural fibers (linen, silk, or cotton) will be most comfortable with a pair of walking shoes
• If you plan on visiting religious sites, revealing clothes will not suitable and please cover your legs and shoulders